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Chevrolet Corvette 1953 exterior

Automobiles from 1950 > Extra about cars in 1950 A-I

The Corvette’s unique fiberglass body set it apart from its rivals-a 1959 advertisement led with the line “From a Different Mold.” On a practical level, it gave the model significant weight-saving advantages over the competition. A redesign in 1956 included the addition of coved, or sculpted, body panels and revised taillights. This Inca Silver was one of seven color options available in 1959.

1. Flags alongside cooling vent
2. Knock-off hubs were elaborate wheel covers
3. Two headlights on either side from 1958
4. Grill “teeth” would disappear in 1961 restyle
5. Taillights would be restyled into classic, enduring, “duck-tail” variety in 1961
6. Twin exhausts incorporated into rear bumpers

Taillights would be restyled into classic, enduring, duck-tail variety in 1961
Taillights would be restyled into classic, enduring, duck-tail variety in 1961
Two headlights on either side from 1958
Two headlights on either side from 1958
Knock-off hubs were elaborate wheel covers
Knock-off hubs were elaborate wheel covers
Grill teeth would disappear in 1961 restyle
Grill teeth would disappear in 1961 restyle
Twin exhausts incorporated into rear bumpers
Twin exhausts incorporated into rear bumpers
Flags alongside cooling vent
Flags alongside cooling vent
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