This 1960 Chevrolet Corvette embodies speedy leonine grace. Design chief Bill Mitchell took over at GM in 1960 and began compressing the curves of the '50s into a look that would culminate in the rocket-like Stingray series. The curving grace of the '50s is still present in this 1960 'Vette yet with a keen forward momentum that makes it look perpetually in motion. With its vivid neon sign and detailing Rosie's Diner is one of America's most impeccably preserved and maintained classic diners.
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January 21st, 2019
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