An American "Sports Car"?(PID:48965521947) Source
posted by one24thscale alias Ken Hendricks and Larry Patchett on Sunday 27th of October 2019 01:35:16 AM
Ask five people the exact definition of a sports car, and you'll likely get five different answers. Back in the day, a sports car was defined as being a roadster, with two seats, no roll-up windows and occasionally a heater. They were only made in England, Italy and sometimes Germany. Nobody had ever heard of a sports car made in Japan or the United States, or anywhere else for that matter. That was blasphemy! The Chevrolet company decided that an American sports car might be a good thing, and along came the Corvette. Nowadays people seem to think that a car can be called a "sports car" based on horsepower to weight ratio, or some such malarkey, no matter where in the world it hails from. While old fogeys like us may or may not necessarily agree, we gotta admit, that new Chevy looks like it might be fun to drive! This is a forced perspective photograph of a 1/24 scale die-cast model car in front of a real background. Franklin Mint 1958 Chevrolet Convertible
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