31. 1963 Chevrolet Corvette
The split-window Stingray is one of the most instantly recognizable Corvettes in the model’s long history on the American roadway. It looked like something from the future when it debuted with its fiberglass body and its hidden headlights, that appeared majestically at night. It had 250 horsepower as its standard, but could be pushed up to 300, 340, or even 360 horsepower for a price. A Wonderbar AM radio and whitewall tires were standard. The interior was originally black leather, but demand and a supply shortage changed it to Saddle instead.