1960 Chevrolet Corvette The C1 Corvette design moved over the '50s from that of a sedate cruiser to one that complemented the performance potential of its small-block V8 engine. Its sleek bodyside surfacing was given a two-tone concave section behind the front wheel arch, and the rear fenders were toned down, devoid of fins. Toward the end of the C1's production run, the front end gained dual headlamps at each corner, and the rear end tapered into a "duck tail" formation.
1950 Chevy 3100 Pick Up for sale at abandoned gas station in Georgia. I know a place like this in rural Kentucky that opened as a restaurant with real country food. People drive for miles and miles to eat there.