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Old 12-27-2017, 03:25 PM
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Bertone Ramarro: Futuristic Italian Corvette Spaceship
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This is what happens when an Italian design firm gets its hands on a new (at the time) 1984 Corvette. Check out this exotic take on an American classic inside.
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Bertone Ramarro: Futuristic Italian Corvette Spaceship
By Brett Foote

This is what happens when an Italian design firm gets its hands on a new (at the time) 1984 Corvette. Check out this exotic take on an American classic inside.
I hated this thing when it first came out, and I feel it has not aged well. I am a Bertone fan but not of this mess!!!

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Not the most original thought. Back in the 60's that basic shape was already thought of. There were numerous other examples of that basic design





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Originally Posted by Atomic Fred View Post
I hated this thing when it first came out, and I feel it has not aged well. I am a Bertone fan but not of this mess!!!
On all points.
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I guess I-tal-lee-ins don't wash their tires.
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Originally Posted by Atomic Fred View Post
I hated this thing when it first came out, and I feel it has not aged well. I am a Bertone fan but not of this mess!!!
Swapping out those hideous wheels...would be a start!

Then, off to the paint shop...

Then...?
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Hard to believe the same shop that designed the Miura came up with that.
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