The first 2 all-American sports cars offered to the public in the post-war era were the Kaiser-Darrin DF161 and the Chevrolet Corvette. They were primitive by today’s standards. Slightly warmed-up 6-cylinder motors, passenger-car chassis, et al. Bodies of fiberglass. Production of each started in 1953. The former lasted for just months; the latter, now in its 8th generation, is still in production and the envy of the world. But the Darrin was truly unique, with doors that slid into the front fenders. Here’s 2 in 1: a classic Corvette front-end grafted onto the Darrin body. Really neat. Kiss delete. Illustration available in several media, but no more than 27 to be had. Signed, numbered C of A included.
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