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Chevrolet has been pumping out Corvettes for 66 years, building about 1.5 million of them since 1953. That makes the 'Vette one of the most popular sports cars of all times.

First- and second-generation Corvettes were one of the first true collectible cars of the modern era, and collecting Corvettes remains a global phenomenon. More than just another two-seat sport car, the 'Vette  is an American icon. There's a good reason that it is often referred to as America's sports car, and every enthusiast should have at leastra basic knowledge of its eight generations. So in case you need ti brush up, here are 25+ Corvette facts every enthusiast should know:

First Corvette with V-8 power: Although the very first production Corvette hit the streets in 1953, Chevy wouidn't replace it's inline six-cylinder engine until 1955. That year, Chevy debuted its new optional 265-cubic-inch small block V-8.

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25 Corvette "first" facts that every enthusiast should know