Chevrolet Celebrates 1.75 Million Corvettes

In three years, America’s first supercar will be 70 years old. The first 1953 Chevrolet Corvette for sale was white with a red leather interior. That’s why the workers at the Bowling Green Assembly Plant replicated the same livery on a new 2020 Corvette Stingray. Unfortunately, you can’t buy it, as it is already in the National Corvette Museum next door. Signed by the talented team of UAW Local 2164, it is how Chevrolet celebrates 1.75 million Corvettes.

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The one-millionth Corvette was built in 1992 and swallowed by a sinkhole in 2014. It also had the signatures of its builders, so Chevrolet spent a year restoring a flattened car back to new. Production of the 2020 Stingray Convertible started yesterday, and they are sold out through 2021. After winning Sebring and Daytona back to back, we congratulate everyone at Team Corvette for building affordable and amazing supercars.

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