The first 60 years of Corvette history and the revolution of their design, condensed into a thorough hardcover book. Through hundreds of rare and unpublished photos from GM's media and design archives and in-depth text by renowned Corvette historian Randy Leffingwell, Corvette Sixty Years celebrates the first six decades of America’s car.
By covering the revolution and evolution of America’s longest continuously produced nameplate, from Harley Earl’s initial concept to the latest 60th anniversary edition built to celebrate the Vette’s 60th year. Created in cooperation with General Motors, the book focuses as much on the Corvette’s place in popular culture as it does on the engineering and design history. This book offers something for everyone who has ever lusted after a Vette.
From the inaugural 1953 Corvette to today’s stunning sixth-generation car, Corvette Sixty Years touches on all aspects of Chevrolet’s iconic sports car: history, racing, period ads, posters, memorabilia, key designers, and engineers, celebrity Vette fans, and more. For Corvette fans, it’s an ultimate celebration of America’s most famous unique car.
- Included in a hardcover binding with 256 pages of information.
- Dimensions 10.2 x 1.2 x 12.2 inches