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Back in 1954...
1954 Corvettes are now built in white, black blue and red.  "Coonskin" caps are in as Fess Parker portray's Danel Boone.
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Famous "Entombed" Corvette: This is the Mecum auction listing for the 1954 Chevrolet Corvette roadster that is the famous "Entombed" Corvette removed from a brick vault inside a Brunswick, Maine grocery store once owned by local businessman Richard Sampson.
Gallery: An online gallery of high quality 1954 Corvette pictures.
Identification: VIN information and other identifying characteristics of the 1954 Corvette.
Identification / Serial Numbers: A quick summary of 1953 - 1962 Corvette serial and production numbers.
Knowledgebase: A collection of service bulletins and related technical information on 1953 to 1962 Corvettes.
LOF Glass Date Codes: LOF Glass Date Codes for the 1953 - 1982 Corvettes.
Powertrains: A quick summary of Corvette powertrains from 1953 to 1962.
Production - 1953 - 1962: This graph depicts Corvette production of the first generation from 1953 to 1962.
Production and Performance Numbers: Performance and production information for the 1954 Corvette.
Rare Bubble Top Corvette: GM styling chief Harley Earl commissioned approximately 20 plastic bubble canopy tops for the 1954 Corvette. This is one of them in Pennant Blue.
Sales Brochure: 1954 Corvette Sales Brochure: The First All American Sports Car - PDF Format
Specifications: General specifications for the 1954 Corvette.
Specifications: Radiators: A quick summary of Corvette radiator specifications from 1953 to 1962.
Technical Article: 1953 - 1954 Corvettes: Summary Report on Changes to Achieve Improvement in Corvette Handling and Ride.: This is a Chevrolet Inter-Organizational Letter dated March 29th, 1954 by Zora Arkus-Duntov addressing Maurice Olley's concerns about the Corvette's ride and handling peculiarities. The Corvette test car #856 mentioned in Zora's letter was the second car built under the Project Open Work Order #19000 which was in between the two 1953 Corvettes that were specifically built for the GM Motorama.
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