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Celebrate Corvette?s 60th Anniversary

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We’re only weeks into 2013 and it’s already been a big year for Corvette fans! On January 13, we all met the next generation Corvette – the C7 *Stingray. Just last week, Corvette celebrated another big milestone – it’s 60th anniversary.

On January 17, 1953, the original Corvette concept debuted at the GM Motorama in New York City. Fast forward 60 years and Corvette has built a rock solid legacy as America’s Sports Car. *Now you can celebrate that legacy with special 60th Anniversary Corvette Parts and Accessories from Zip.

Wear your Corvette pride with our special 60th Anniversary Corvette Apparel. Hats, t-shirts, jackets – we have them all and they all include the special 60th anniversary emblem. Great for fans of any generation Corvette.

Dress up the inside of your 2013 Corvette with special 2013 Corvette 60th Anniversary Floor and Cargo Mats from Lloyd Mats. The DuPont nylon yarn used to manufacture all Lloyd C6 Corvette floor mats is very rugged yet great looking, providing the best of both worlds in looks and durability. These special edition mats include an embroidered *C6 60th Anniversary Corvette emblem. To make the celebration even sweeter, Zip is currently offering free shipping on all Lloyd Floor and Cargo mats!

Corvette Sixty Years is the must-have history book that celebrates the first six decades of Corvette. This hardcover book covers the revolution and evolution of America’s longest continuously produced nameplate, from Harley Earl’s initial concept to the latest 60th anniversary edition built to celebrate the Vette’s 60th year.

With 60 years behind us, we’re looking forward to the road ahead. What would you like to see from Corvette in the next 60 years? Leave your comments below!

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