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Old 01-08-2013, 03:53 PM   #1
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Default Jay Leno with GM VP of Design

If you haven't seen this clip, here's an interesting look at some early Corvettes. It has Jay Leno with GM's VP of Design Ed Welburn looking at the evolution of Corvettes.

What I found interesting is that this VP of General Motors is so clueless about the history of his own company, especially about the history of Corvettes that he has responsibility for its design.
Take a listen and try to count the number of errors in this piece.

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