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Corvette Mako Shark
also called "Mako Shark" show car and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. The XP-755 Mako Shark show car was designed by Larry Shinoda under the direction of GM Design head Bill Mitchell in 1961, as a concept for future Chevrolet Corvettes

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  2. a concept car made by Chevrolet

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  3. In keeping with the name, the streamlining, pointed snout, and other detailing was partly inspired by the look of that very fast fish

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  4. very similar to the 1963 Corvette, with some alterations

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  5. These included adding two more brake lights in the rear (six total), making the nose of the car longer and more pointed, creating a clear glass roof with a periscope-like rear-view mirror, and remodeling the interior

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