The 1956 Chevy Corvette is considered to be a classic muscle car in modern automotive circles. While previous model Corvettes had lack luster sales, Chevy turned it all around with this car’s unique design. It is known for its sleek curves and it’s very unique scallop design around the wheel base. Contributing to its street credibility was the addition of a second four barrel carburetor which increased its total horsepower to 225 HP.
The last car to leave the shop of Boyd Coddington called 'The French Connection'. It was created as a tribute to the Delahaye T-165 roadster (built to showcase the Delahaye name at the 1939 World’s Fair).