1954 Chevrolet Corvette
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1954 Chevrolet Corvette Corvair Motorama Re-creation concept was a 2-door fastback, 2 passenger coupe. When it debuted at the 1954 GM Motorama in New York City, it was a Ruby Red color but was repainted light Sea Foam Green for the subsequent Los Angeles Show. The Corvair used the Corvette front end, thought it sported ribbed air intakes on the hood that routed fresh air to the interior and fender vents that allow heat to escape the engine compartment. The Corvair had a wrap-around windshield and the roof was aircraft inspired sweeping back into the chrome trimmed license plate housing., which resembled a jet fighter exhaust port. This Corvair was built over a three year period by Brett Henderson and owner Mike Terry. Every effort was taken to duplicate the legendary Motorama Corvair seen here. Nearly all body panels were custom made including all of the window glass. This car has a custom built 265 cid V8 prototype motor for the 1955 Corvette with a 700R transmission hooked up to a 1956 Corvette rear end so you can drive this Corvair down the road if you wish to. The interior is all custom had made to accent the Ruby Red color of the car. This car was built from a 1954 Corvette and is titled as such with the original Vin. tag and last four of the Vin. number stamped into the stamp pad of the motor block. The numbers on the motor block are also custom to make it a prototype for a prototype Motorama Car. This is a 1 of 1 car. This is for the Corvette Collector or a Museum, or the person who wants what know one else has. GM built 1 1954 Corvette Corvair and there is only 1 in the world. So if you are wanting to own a 1 of 1 only 1 there is then this is your chance. This car has won awards. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
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