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The first-generation Chevrolet Corvette C1 was a supercharged sports car. The model was a huge success, with many customers lining up to purchase one. These cars were a mixture of muscle and beauty and were made to be fast. They were also very well built. Today's Corvettes can easily top six figures. Here are five of the most striking features of the 1960 Corvette.
The body is still in great shape, and the original colors make these classic cars even more desirable. This Chevrolet Corvette C1 was built in 1960 and has 270 horsepower. It was rushed into production to capitalize on the hype surrounding the concept car. While early Corvette sales fell short of expectations, the car was still an impressive sight. Ultimately, the program was almost canceled, but the company decided to improve the car and relaunch it.
The first Chevrolet Corvette C1 was a stunning car. It was the first car built by the Chevrolet division, and its development had been long delayed. The project was originally scheduled to be a one-off concept vehicle, but the car's design was so radical that the company considered shelving it. However, the relaunch of the Corvette was a big hit. It was the first American car to feature a V8 engine. The engine had 195 horsepower and was coupled to a Powerglide automatic transmission and manual 3-speed. A Carter carburetor was installed in the fuel system, which helped to maximize its performance.