GM Design Great Harley Earl’s 1968 C3 Corvette Will Cross The Block At Mecum Kissimmee

Harley Earl is a well-known name by any automotive designer. He’s the man who really started it all at General Motors when he was appointed to lead the art and color department at the automaker. Earl left his mark on countless designs throughout decades of work.

So, it’s a no-brainer that any collector would want to add a vehicle commissioned specifically for Earl to his or her collection. That is exactly what we have here.

This 1968 C3 Corvette was owned by Earl himself and was likely the final vehicle built for him before he passed away in 1969. Earl often was able to have a vehicle custom built for himself before a final release to the public.

The vehicle’s tag reads, ““This car built especially for Harley J. Earl,” and it was indeed sent back to GM Design following its assembly in St. Louis, Missouri. The most notable features about the

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