1-of-1 1964 Chevrolet Grand Sport IIB
Ever since Zora Arkus-Duntov produced Mid-Engined prototypes, Corvette fans have been waiting for a production version they could buy. Well, the wait is almost over, as the first production units are scheduled to roll off the production line next month.
For some lucky people, the dream of owning a Mid-Engined Corvette was achieved many years ago when they acquired one of the prototypes. One such Vette is the 1964 Grand Sport IIB.
Now, on March 8, this one-of-a-kind prototype will join the Amelia Island Concours to help celebrate the 2020 Corvette C8. This will be the first time it has been shown outside its original display at the Petroleum Museum in Midland, Texas. It will be in good company, as the CERV I, CERV II, and Corvette XP-819, will be there also.
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