After an extensive search Tate discovered the car itself, and purchased it along with its original Chevrolet experimental log book. Working in concert with a small cadre of close friends, Tate then began an enormous year-long restoration project, returning the record-setting engine to its first home and bringing the car back to its original configuration as Zora’s famous test bed and the world’s first high-performance Corvette. Upon its completion EX87/5951 was featured at the 2003 Bloomington Gold Corvette show. An incredible piece of Corvette history, EX87/5951 is the forebear of all the great Corvettes that have followed in its path.font. Feel free to drag and drop me anywhere you like on your page. I’m a great place for you to tell a story and let your users know a little more about you.
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Keith Bradsher (April 24, 1996), Zora Arkus-Duntov, 86, Who Made Corvette a Classic, Dies, The New York Times,
Daniel Strohl (March, 2007), "Zora Arkus-Duntov", Hemmings Muscle Machines,
Will, George (April 29, 1996), A Tribute to 1950s and Man Who Revved Up Corvettes, Washington Post Writers Group,
Arkus-Duntov, Zora, GM Heritage Center,
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Burton, Jerry (22 June 2012). "Champion of the Corvette, Feted in the Land He Left". New York Times.