Beating Corvette to market, the Woodill Wildfire was America’s first production fiberglass sports car coming out of Southern California.Read More
Vintage vehicles, Automotive history and stories from motoring's past.
While we think of a Corvette today as a world-class performance car, the first three years of the brand were less than stellar. Jim Cherry's got the good, the bad and the ugly of the inaugural Chevrolet Corvettes.Read More
While skin-diving in the Bahamas GM styling chief William Mitchell spotted a sleek shark gliding by. Inspired by its lines, he incorporated elements of the predator’s “design” into a series of concept cars that later became blueprints for the marque’s production cars. In particular, Chevrolet’s 1961-65 Mako Shark concepts influenced Corvette design for a couple decades.Read More