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From 1953, when 300 Corvettes were built with a little Blue Flame 6 and no side windows, through seven platform iterations, ending in 2019 with the 755 horsepower ZR1 you see here, the Corvette had always been a front engine sports car. That changed with the introduction of the C8 in 2020, a mid-engine platform that moves the Corvette from America’s sports car into the arena of world supercars. Steve Klein of Orlando, FL wanted to get one of the last (and arguably the best) C7 Corvettes. This article is unique compared to all the previous ones I have written