1972 Reynolds Corvette
The XP- 895 was one in a series of experimental Corvettes built to explore alternative engine placements and chassis layouts. This vehicle features an 400 cid small block V8 mounted transversely in a mid-engine position.
The body panels are all aluminum and hidden headlights are utilized to achieve the lowest possible front profile. Two complete X-P85's were built, one with a steel body, and this one made of aluminum. The aluminum body was a joint venture between GM and Reynolds Aluminum.
Credit: /General Motors
Date: Jun 24, 2013
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