1995 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe - Blue Mule

This '95 Grand Sport Prototype Was Likely The Last R&D C4In all the history of the Corvette, the cars that have received the least amount of attention for their role in shaping Vette history are the prototypes. That's because many of them were not only thrashed in the name of performance, safety, and durability, but were also unknown to all but the few who worked and/or beat on them daily. The fate of many of them-like all but one of the "1983" Corvettes-was the crusher. Many times, that fate was due to liability concerns by The General about these cars getting loose among the common folk. But many other times, it was because there was not much left of them to save, especially the cars that were crash-test "survivors." This Admiral Blue '95 Corvette coupe escaped that fate and is now at home in the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

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