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The 1956 Corvettes has 13 vertical bars or "teeth" in the grill, which some racers considers to be unlucky.
The toothed grill become a trademark which lasted until 1961.
The 1956 Corvettes offers windows that actually roll-up instead of snapping into place.
In 1956, the first factory hardtops were produced.
The optional engines had 9 fins on the valve covers.
The first appearance of a tow-tone paint and Black came back strong.
The difference between the 1956 and 1957 models, is the thumb screw on the dash mounted rear view mirror that the 1956 had.
The traditional polo white color was last used.
Corvette is the first mass produced American car that break the 1 horsepower per cubic inch barrier with the 283CI / 283HP engine.
The limited slip differential (posi-traction) was offered as an option for the first time.
1957, introduces the 4 speed manual transmission as an option
The Fuel Injection was made available for the first time.
For 1957, Black was the top pick color with 2,189 units built.
The first-time to have a four headlamps.
1958 models had 4 fin alloy covers on optional engines.
The front and rear bumper assemblies were transform.
Before 1958, the only acrylic lacquer paint used was on the "Inca Silver" Corvettes.
The 1958 Corvette appear with a factory-installed seat belts.
The one and only "Retractable Hardtop" Corvette concept car was developed by GM stylists.
Last year for the tachometer.
"sissy bar" a passenger side grab rail in the dashboard was featured in the 1958 Corvette, the first time for a Corvette.
In 1959, Sun visors became a Corvette option.
The turquoise soft tops were offered in 1959, the only year that it was offered.
Snowcrest White became the most famous exterior color.
The last year of cotton ply tires on the Corvette.
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