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1st Corvette Being Built 1953

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  • 1st Corvette Being Built 1953

    I came across this and thought it would be interesting to some. It's kind of funky, but what wasn't in 1953. Enjoy.


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    The Glasspar G2 was the first fiberglass car, made in small numbers.[Wikipedia]. Corvette was and early adopter and put it on the fiberglass into regular production.

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      Thanks for posting this Cobra502, enjoyed watching it ...
      A thought if I might ...

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        Working with fiberglass in that manner. NOTICE, no safety equipment?

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          Thank you for finding that and posting! Wow, love to have one of those today!
          NCM Life Member

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            Originally posted by ZORA 69 View Post
            Working with fiberglass in that manner. NOTICE, no safety equipment?
            The didn’t have many/any places that DID have safety equipment, did they ? P.S. thanks for posting the video !
            A thought if I might ...

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              Originally posted by Ssscooter66 View Post

              The didn’t have many/any places that DID have safety equipment, did they ? P.S. thanks for posting the video !
              The workers were not even wearing masks. Just an observation. I was not referring to the era and lacking safety equipment at the time but more to our standards today

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