Perhaps the most important Corvette in the National Corvette Museum’s collection is the World’s Only 1983 Corvette. The car has an incredible backstory and it’s only because of a fluke that it exists today.
In the next episode of the National Corvette Museum’s new series Fully Vetted, NCM Curator Derek Moore and Media Coordinator Bob Bubnis tell us the full story of how the 1983 Corvette was developed, tested, and how it survived the crusher with interviews of those incredible people that were there and made it happen.
If you like these new videos that the National Corvette Museum is offering free of charge, please considering making a tax-deductible donation to the NCM to help support future episodes!
You can watch the Fully Vetted episodes at the NCM’s Website. The first episode offered a profile of GM Designer Harley Earl and the inspiration for the first Corvette. New episodes are scheduled to premiere on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.
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