General Motors Secret Garage
Here is a short story about Bill Mitchell’s secret garage. Bill was General Motors vice president of design for 19 years. Inside his secret garage is like laboratory for a car and while he worked here, nobody can enter inside without his permission. There are some of the rarest concepts and serial produced Corvettes that we didn’t know that they exist.
Inside this secret garage now we can see 1959 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Roadster, 1963 Corvette Stingray Split Window Coup, 1965 Manta Ray Concept and 1961 Mako Shark Corvette Concep which Bill got his inspiration for this car from the fish that he caught.
Now this place is used for designing and developing new vehicles and is managed by present GM vice-president of design Ed Welburn. Beside Corvettes here are some of the most legendary General Motors vehicles like the 1959 Cadillac Cyclone.