Named after a small, agile warship.
According to legend, a name was sought for General Motors’ new sports car until an employee came up with it while searching in a dictionary.
The display of the American flag on a commercial product was not allowed. Therefore, a flag with the Chevrolet logo and the fleur-de-lis was used instead. The stylized iris was chosen because, among other things, it represents purity and the Chevrolet name is of French-speaking origin.
In the early 1950s, the first Corvettes were considered pure sports cars and advanced over the generations to become muscle cars.
Check here this little walkaround video of this offered C3:
This offered Corvette C3 shows up in used, but good condition, though it shows spots of usage and little damages. The left front beam does not fold in for electrical reasons.
The paint shows up shiny and shows usage. The interieur is working and shows not really damages, but also usage of the years. The dashboard shows cracks of the sun and the “heaven” of the T-Tops is missing.
It gets sold by our partner in Dubai, where the car is located.
The car had been serviced and is ready for you to drive.
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