The ‘Vette Set: Inside the National Corvette Museum

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
A Disney Connection
Those who have been to Disneyland are likely familiar with the Autopia ride, which lets kids 32 inches and taller get behind the wheel of little sports cars and drive around a special track. In 1964 the Arrow Development Company began building the next-generation cars for the ride — the Mark VI. As part of the new range of vehicles, the company created a miniature form of the Corvette, for which they had to pay General Motors a hefty licensing fee.

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