Corvette: America's Sports Car

Corvette: America's Sports Car

by Randy Leffingwel
     
 

Corvette: America's Sports Car Sports cars were still a rare breed in America in the days just prior to the Corvette's birth in 1953. Though nearly eliminated in its early days, the Corvette, from the earliest first-generation solid-axle Corvette tot he latest Corvettes, such as the Sting Rya, that played a significant role in the car's famous history. …  See more details below

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Corvette: America's Sports Car Sports cars were still a rare breed in America in the days just prior to the Corvette's birth in 1953. Though nearly eliminated in its early days, the Corvette, from the earliest first-generation solid-axle Corvette tot he latest Corvettes, such as the Sting Rya, that played a significant role in the car's famous history. Featured are first-hand and other Corvette to the latest fifth-generation C5. The book highlights dream and show cars, racers, Zora Arkus-Duntov prototypes, one-offs and other Corvettes, such as the development of the Corvette, including Robert Cumberford and Larry Shinola, as well as previous interviews with Arkus-Duntov.

A full-color gallery of photography by Randy Leffingwell and David Newhardt highlights the book, along with rare, archival black-and-white photos featuring period racing, advertisements, and magazine covers.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780760734940
Publisher:
Sterling Publishing
Publication date:
09/03/2002
Pages:
192

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