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VIN E53F001112

Car Year: 1953
Car's approximate birthday: October 17, 1953
Owner: Ebay: proteam47gc
City: Napoleon
State: Ohio
Country: United Kingdom
Car website
Purchase date: Undefined
Status: Current Owner
State: Nice Driver
Exterior: Polo White (100.00%)
Interior: Red (100.00%)
Softtop: Black (100.00%)
Wheels: Other Color
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
  02934 Base Engine 235ci "Blue Flame" 150hp (150hp) 100.00% 3,498.00
  101A Heater 100.00% 91.40
  101B AM Radio 100.00% 145.15
  Total   100.000000000000000%
(300 Cars)
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Car history:
1953 Corvette #112. The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car that has been manufactured by General Motors (GM) since 1953. The car was originally designed by Harley Earl, and named by Myron Scott after the fast ship of the same name. Originally built in Flint, Michigan and St. Louis, Missouri, it is currently built at a General Motors assembly plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The National Corvette Museum and annual National Corvette Homecoming, also located in Bowling Green, celebrate the car's history. While sold under the Chevrolet marque in the United States and other locations in the world, it is sold under its own Corvette marque in Europe and Japan. Harley Earl introduced his Dream Corvette to the World in January 1953 during the Motorama display at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York City. On Tuesday, June 30, 1953 Corvette #1 Serial Number E53F001001 rolled off the assembly line. Each car was built by hand at the GM facility in Flint, Michigan, where only 300 Corvettes were built. All 1953 Corvettes were white with a red interior, all had Powerglide automatic transmissions mated to 150 HP, inline six cylinder engines with three carburetors and dual exhaust. This is the rarest Corvette. Of the 300 built, 255 are accounted for today and only an estimated 125-140 Survived. VIN: E53F001112, Engine Cast #: 3701481, ast date: H 26 3, Stamp Prefix: LAY 507604, Head #: 3836848, Rear End #: LW 100...= 3.55(early). Although listed as options, all 1953 Corvettes were built with Heaters and Radios. Customers couldnt delete these items from the order.
Excellent Paint that has been professionally restored to the correct finish that is specific to 1953 Corvettes. The Chrome is in Excellent Condition. The interior is in excellent condition with no rips, tears, or blemishes. The frame was Body-Off Restored and is in show condition. The engine runs Excellent and starts easily. The Engine compartment is detailed and factory correct. Soft top frame is Excellent and the Black Soft top canvas is the best installation I have seen! This 1953 Corvette is Documented with:
a. Owner History
b. Appears in Noland Adams 1953 Corvette Registry
c. Listed in National 1953-1955 Corvette Registry
d. Photos from 1977
Was from St. Joe County, Indiana since the late 1960s and was in California before that. Estimated Value: $275,000.00 - $499,000.00 US. The estimated value is not determined by speculation or personal opinion. Some choose descriptive words such as Wholesale, Retail, or Cash Price, but we are using Numbers that are real. In Recent years 8 out of 10 Top Sales for Corvettes have been 1953 Corvettes. High profile outlets are bringing buyers and sellers of 1953 Corvettes together with Prices like a recently traded 1953 Corvette that fetched $390,500.00 at Auction. Two other 1953 Corvettes were sold at $440,000.00 each at separate auctions. 62,757 miles. February 25, 2009.
For Sale: No

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