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Corvette-based dream cars for 1954

1954 Corvette - The Ultimate Guide

Under the hood, some additional changes were also made to the engine and drivetrain.  For one, the use of a new camshaft increased the total horsepower of the “Blue Flame” six cylinder to 155bhp (as compared to the 150bhp of the 1953).

1954 Corvette Special Editions

From a few concepts to a very custom special by a 3rd party, here the special 1954 Corvette models and variants.

The Corvair concept car was initially presented to the public at the 1954 Motorama at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Manhattan. The Corvair presented at the Waldorf was not the same car that traveled to other Motorama shows throughout the year.
Besides a normal convertible model, the 1954 Chevrolet Corvette line-up also featured a hardtop, actually a Convertible Coupe. It was one of the Corvette based Motorama dream cars shown in 1954 and was a version fitted with a removable hardtop. The Advertising Brochure even called out the removable hardtop design.

1954 Corvette Engines

Looking for information on the engines powering the 1954 Corvette? Look no further.

1954 Corvette Market & Sales Data

1954 Corvette auction and sales area. We share upcoming auctions, recent auction results, cool 1954 Corvettes we find for sale and commentary on the current market for the 1954 Corvette.

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Get all the latest news stories, upcoming auctions, prices, videos and more about the 1954 Chevrolet Corvette! The latest headlines here.

The 1954 Corvette began production in December, 1953. Although the first fourteen or fifteen ‘54 Corvettes were built in Flint, Michigan (like all of the 1953 Corvettes) GM shifted Corvette’s production to a newly renovated assembly plant in St Louis, Missouri. This plant was designed to produce more than 10,000...
1954 Corvette
Our team has scoured the web to find some great videos of the 1954 Chevrolet Corvette. The 1954 Corvette is America's second model year of the first generation of the Corvette and it was the beginning of a cult following. Some of the videos featured will not have audio but you can almost envision yourself in that era.

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