Step into the light: Part 10 Chevrolet XP-895 Reynolds (Reynolds Aluminum Car), 1973. With bodywork in aluminium by the Reynolds Metals Company, the XP-895 was one of several mid-engined Corvette prototypes from the early 70s.
Chevrolet Corvette Indy Concept, 1986. A test bed for engine, suspension and electronic systems technology for future Corvette models powered by a mid-mounted 600hp twin-turbo 2.65-liter V8 IndyCar engine
Corvette XP-897GT Two-Rotor, 1973. A mid-engined prototype with a 180hp twin-rotor Wankel engine which was built on the platform of a Porsche 914 by Pininfarina. It was displayed at the 1973 Frankfurt Motor Show but the cancelation of the GMRCE (General Motors Rotary Combustion Engine) program meant the XP-897 never made it into any Chevrolet showrooms
As Trey was sitting in his last class for the day, his phone sent him a notification from tinder saying it was the girl that’s been flirting with him as he would do with her. He replied back flirting and saying how his last class for the day was boring and how he couldn’t wait for practice to start. Trey is the captain of the Varsity Football team as he plays at the tight end position. He’s one of the best in the area if not the best. And luckily enough for him as class soon ended and he made his way to the locker room, as he sent her a picture of him in his practice shorts and his shoulder pads without a shirt just trying to tease her. While at practice he showed why he simply was the hottest with his speed and catching. After practice ended he quickly changed and made way to his car, a black Corvette. After starting the engine he drove home to find that his parents were out of town due to their respective business trips. While laying up on his bed, he knew the flirting had to continue. Therefore he sent a image of his cock to her. He sat his phone down beside him as he awaited her reply. @xonemorenight
Corvette XP-895 Reynolds, 1973. Designed at GM’s studio under Charles Jordan and William Mitchell, the second XP-895 was built by Reynolds Metals Company modifying the first steel body in aluminium. Instead of the twin rotor engine this prototype is fitted with a 454ci V-8. Chevrolet’s general manager of the period, John DeLorean, explored productionizing the aluminium-bodied mid-engined XP-895 but found it too be uneconomic.