Developed as a research tool for Chevrolet's efforts to better understand ride and handling on vehicles, this 1960 Chevrolet Engineering CERV 1 Research Vehicle is often called one of the most important pieces of American automotive history. Chevy staff engineer, designer, and race car driver Zora Arkus-Duntov is responsible for the initial development and unveiled it in November of 1960. It recorded a top speed of 206 mph and even did some demo laps at the 1960 U.S. Grand Prix. This model features four-wheel independent suspension, a 4-speed manual transmission, and front disc and rear drum brakes. It arrives at auction in fantastic shape providing collectors with a rare opportunity to own a piece of GM history.