American Sports Cars: 1946 to 1982
At The Greenbrier Concours d'Elegance we define "American Sports Cars: 1946 to 1982" as cars that were built in the United States that were normally two passenger vehicles that were agile and quick. They were designed with low stylish bodies, which reflected a European influence. Often, they were low production automobiles. They were uniquely American in their conception but occasionally utilized European automobile components to make a different vehicle. Examples include Corvette , T-Bird, Nash Healey, Cobra, Bricklin, Cheetah, Chrysler Ghia and others.
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