A 1953 ’Vette led the parade. NASHVILLE, TN – The very first Corvette – the ones aging Americans would have seen if they’d visited General Motors Corp.’s Motorama at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York a half-century ago – still exists. It was among thousands of ’Vettes of all ages on hand for the car’s 50th anniversary here. As part of the celebration, Nashville hosted a giant downtown parade complete with marching bands, during which Corvettes, ranging in order from 1953 to 2003, ...

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