Lone Star Muscle Cars has for sale this beautiful treasure of
American automotive history-- a 1954 Corvette Dream Car. Harley J.
Earl a guru at GM envisioned an American sports car that could
compete with the import sports cars of the day. Not long after
convincing GM executives that they needed to build an inexpensive
sports car the Corvette Dream Car debuted at the New York City
Motorama in January 1953. The two-seat roadster was an immediate
hit. In the crowd was a Russian-born engineer named Zora
Arkus-Duntov. The car inspired him to write a letter to Ed Cole
chief engineer of the Chevrolet Division at GM. A year later
Arkus-Duntov was working at GM and as the saying goes the rest is
history.1954 Corvette production moved to St. Louis Missouri where
it would stay for another 27 years. The new assembly plant was able
to turn out 50 Corvettes a day. The output of the Blue Flame Six
was 155 HP and the Powerglide automatic transmission remained the
only transmission available. Base price was $2774 and total of 3640
Corvettes were produced in 1954. The Corvette soon became
successful and so was born the American sports car! This car is a
Survivor. We pulled her out of storage and she is original the way
she came from the factory. Here is your chance to own one of the
best investments ever built!! If you are a Corvette Collector this
will be a major part of your collection. Contact Lone Star Muscle
Cars at 940-691-1070 or email us at [email protected]
for more information about this vehicle.
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