The Only Steel Bodied Corvette – The 1963 Corvette Rondine

The Corvette Rondine is a prototype commissioned by the Italian coach builder Pininfarina and was displayed at the 1963 Paris Auto Show. Pininfarina is best known as the designer of most Ferrari models over the past few decades. 1963 Corvette Rondine at Amelia Island – March 2013 This unique concept car was in the Pininfarina museum until 2008 when it was auctioned at the Barrett-Jackson Auction for $1.76 million. The Rondine is a interesting example of European style with American muscle. Even though it was styled by American Tom Tjaarda working…

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Muscle Cars 

10 of the Fastest and Most Powerful Mopars of Their Time

Even automakers that never really cared for performance had to have one or more of the fastest and most powerful specimens in their midst. Someone has to be the number one, doesn’t it?! Performance oriented car makers such as Dodge, Plymouth and other Mopar divisions have had numerous such examples. And for more or less any given period of time at that. Although this wasn’t the usual business model, Chrysler’s subdivisions sometimes stepped out of conventional car maker’s comfort zone and delivered something out of the ordinary. However, looking back at…

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