Silver Blue w/Blue interior, N.O.M. small block, four gear manual transmission.Every Corvette fan has their favorite year or generation. And with over 65yrs over Corvettes, there certainly is plenty to choose from. But milestone years tend to be the most popular. There is, of course, the ’53. The beginning of the legend is always significant. The ’57 is also a real popular choice. That year marked the end of sorts for that particular body style. There were actually 4 different body changes for the C1. From ’53-’55, ’56-’57, ’58-’60 and ’61-’62. During this time span, the cars transitioned from a Roadster to an actual Convertible with roll-up windows.Subsequent years saw Corvette grow wider and longer, add a couple of headlamps, more cubic inches along with more horsepower and more gears to shift . . . until finally, Corvette hit a peak so to speak in 1958. The year of “Gingerbread”. This was the Jet-age. Wings here, tall fins there, chrome everywhere!