Through hundreds of rare and unpublished photos from GM's media and design archives and in-depth text by renowned Corvette historian Randy Leffingwell, Corvette Sixty Years celebrates the first six decades of Americaâ€™s sports car, covering the revolution and evolution of Americaâ€™s longest continuously produced nameplate, from Harley Earlâ€™s initial concept to the latest 60th anniversary edition built to celebrate the Vetteâ€™s 60th year. Created in cooperation with General Motors, the book focuses as much on the Corvetteâ€™s place in popular culture as it does on the engineering and design history. This book offers something for everyone who has ever lusted after a Vette. From the inaugural 1953 Corvette to todayâ€™s stunning sixth-generation car, Corvette Sixty Years touches on all aspects of Chevroletâ€™s iconic sports car: history, racing, period ads, posters, memorabilia, key designers like Bill Mitchell, engineers like the fabled Zora Arkus-Duntov, celebrity Vette fans, and more. For Corvette fans, itâ€™s an ultimate celebration of Americaâ€™s most famous car.