Jack Walker's 1963 Chevrolet

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The Condor as it appeared in the mid 1970s. The parents of Jason Betts stored the car for Jack in their garage in Belton, Missouri in the mid 1970s, and took these photos of it during this time. Photo courtesy of Jason Betts.
Photo courtesy of Jason Betts.
The Condor displayed at an indoor car show. Photo courtesy of Jason Betts.
Photo courtesy of Jason Betts.
Photo courtesy of Jason Betts.
Photo courtesy of Jason Betts.
The yellow version of the Condor at an indoor car show. Photo courtesy of Jason Betts.
Photo courtesy of Jason Betts.
Photo courtesy of Jason Betts.
Photo courtesy of Jason Betts.
A third version of the Condor. Photo courtesy of Jason Betts.


1963 Chevrolet Corvette owned and restyled by Jack Walker of Belton, Missouri. Jack started showing the car, named The Condor, in 1970, and it was the first custom car Jack ever showed. The first version of the Condor was red. Around the mid 1970s Jack redid the car and painted it yellow.[1]


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