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The Corvette is America's First Sports Car. Find out why it is so popular and how the Corvette became an American icon!! From Corvette Historian, K. Scott Teeters.

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Corvette art! The size you want! Framed the way you want! Professionally assembled for you. We send it to you and all you have to do is put it on the wall!

It wasn't until Corvette's season that buyers had any wheel option at all. The to knock-off and knock-off-styled wheels were quite the ticket. Corvette History, Corvette Wheels, Steel Wheels, Corvettes, Ticket, Base, Amazing, Corvette
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Corvette Wheels Pt. 1 of 3 - 1953 to 1967 -

Corvette Wheels Pt. 1 of 3 - 1953 to 1967. Looking back at Corvette wheel designs, it’s amazing to realize that the first three generation base Corvettes road on stamped steel wheels. It wasn’t until Corvette’s 11th season that buyers had any wheel option at all. The ‘63 to ‘67 knock-off and knock-off-styled wheels were quite the ticket.

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This Corvette-Powered Darth Vader Sports Car Is The Ultimate Car For A Villain

As enthusiasts, we remember collecting some incredible Hot Wheels that planted the seed of how cool cars co...

Timeline Tales: December – Production of the 1954 Corvette begins in the St. Louis plant on Corvette Report Corvette History, Flint Michigan, Corvettes, The St, Content Marketing, St Louis, Cheetah, 1960s, Garage
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As Corvettes got better and better in the late 1950s and through the 1960s, new Corvette enthusiasts weren’t aware that the first batch of 300 Corvettes were built in a make-shift assembly plant in Flint, Michigan, that was previously a large garage. While the St. Louis plant was a big improvement, it left a lot to be desired.

in GM officials never imagined their little fiberglass concept car would one day become a world-class sports car and GM’s technological flagship automobile! Corvette History, Astoria Hotel, Manhattan Nyc, Waldorf Astoria, Corvettes, Concept Cars, Timeline, Automobile, January
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Corvette Timeline Tales: Happy 65th Birthday to America's Only True Sports Car, the Corvette! - VIDEOS -

in 1953, GM officials never imagined their little fiberglass concept car would one day become a world-class sports car and GM’s technological flagship automobile!

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America's Old Glory 1959 Corvette - American Flag Art Print

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Corvette Timeline Tales: March 1956 – Chevrolet Scores First Major Road Racing Win with a Team of Heavily-modified Corvettes – VIDEOS Racing Team, Road Racing, Corvette History, Car Prints, Daytona Beach, A Team, Race Cars, Chevrolet, Designers
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C1 Corvettes

C1 Corvettes. In the early days and well into the early 1980s GM and Chevrolet had an odd attitude about Corvette racing. There never was a lack of enthusiasm from Corvette engineers and designers, but the company just wouldn’t make “racing” official, in the same way Ford and Chrysler did for their racing programs, that got them tons of publicity and street cred.

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K. Scott Teeters' Illustrated Corvette Series Collection of Corvette Art

Illustrated Corvette Series covers EVERY Corvette from 1953 to the 2010 Grand Sport – Over 450 Corvette art prints plus cool gifts for Corvette owners

Corvette Power - Corvette Engines From The Blue Flame Six To The by K Scott Teeters Corvette History, Car Guide, Technical Illustration, Blue Flames, Canvas Prints, Art Prints, Fine Art America, Original Artwork, Corvettes
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Corvette Power - Corvette Engines from the Blue Flame Six to the C6 ZR1 LS9 by K Scott Teeters

Corvette Power - Corvette Engines From The Blue Flame Six To The C6 Zr1 Ls9 by K Scott Teeters

The Corvette Stingray is one of the most popular sports cars of all time. The Stingray goes all the way back to the and is still produced today. Chevrolet Corvette, Chevy Camaro, 1957 Chevrolet, Pontiac Gto, Stingray Corvette, Maserati, Ferrari 458, Shelby Mustang, Automobile Magazine
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1963 Corvette

The Corvette Stingray is one of the most popular sports cars of all time. The Stingray goes all the way back to the and is still produced today. Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, 1969 Corvette, Old Corvette, Classic Corvette, Car Chevrolet, Us Cars, Sport Cars, Convertible, Chevy Muscle Cars

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The Corvette Stingray is one of the most popular sports cars of all time. The Stingray goes all the way back to the 1950s when its first generation was int

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 Who in the hell drills holes in the rear of their Vette and installs tailights that don't belong. Answer: Idk, but it was just an old Corvette in - - Rat Rods, Lamborghini, Ferrari 458, Old Corvette, Corvette Summer, Automobile, Us Cars, Chevrolet Corvette, Pontiac Gto
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1963 Corvette Sting Ray

This 1958 Chevrolet Corvette is a modernized Corvette that is powered by a engine transplanted from a Corvette and features Corvette suspension components - Vette Magazine Chevrolet Corvette C1, 1958 Corvette, Pontiac Gto, Austin Martin, Jaguar, Classic Corvette, Convertible, Classic Chevy Trucks, Us Cars
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'58 Corvette

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Timeline Tales 11-25-81 Pre-production C4 runs 1.01 g on skidpad

35 years ago the standard for sports car handling was the magical "1 g". When news broke that a C4e had gone over 1 g, the rumor mill kicked things up a little!

Dec 25 1909 – Happy Birthday to Corvette Godfather Zora Arkus-Duntov on Corvette Report! Check out the videos! Corvette History, Corvettes, The Godfather, Historian, Timeline, Happy Birthday, Videos, Happy Brithday, Urari La Multi Ani
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Dec 25 1909 – Corvette Timeline Tales: Happy Birthday to Corvette Godfather Zora Arkus-Duntov - 2 VIDEOS -

Zora used to joke that he had the birthday-Christmas curse, which means you won’t get double the number of gifts – which is funny coming from him because he was Jewish. The man had an awesome sense of humor! Regardless, Zora Arkus-Duntov’s part in the Corvette story is just as important as the original design of the car. When Zora went to work for GM on May 1, 1953, no one inside GM knew anything about serious sports car racing. If it hadn’t been for this gray-haired, wild Russian with more…