1957 Corvette Ghia-Aigle coupe

Looking very Ferrari-like, this one of a kind Gran Tourismo coupe combines a 1954 Corvette chassis and powertrain with aluminum body work constructed by Ghia Aigle of Switserland, an affilate of Italy's famous Ghia coachworks. Built for the 1957 Geneva auto show, it was designed by Giovanni Michelotti, who later penned several sportscars for Triumph in England. The custom interior is stitched in black leather and features a Ferrari-like style wood-faced dashboard and matching wood-rim steering wheel. Road wheels are period Borrani wires. The car was recently discovered in Portugal, where it had been stored with only 3800km (about 2350 miles) on it's odometer.

Text: Corvette: Sportscar Superstar", by the Editors of Consumer Reports