One of my top 10 faves from the 2012 edition of the Greenwich Concours was this 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Rondine prototype by Pininfarina. Built for the 1963 Paris Motor Show, the steel Rondine sits on a Corvette C2 chassis. Corvette anoraks will immediately note the standard C2 wheels on this example, but that’s just how the car was made. The Rondine resided in Pininfarina’s collection until 2008, when it was sold for $1.76 million to Michael Schudroff, who was not the least bit hesitant to leave the Rondine and his Chrysler Ghia Thomas Special in the park overnight, at the mercy of raccoons, seagulls, and any other fauna that Greenwich has to offer (up to and including mountain lions, apparently). The differences in proportions between the C2 and the Rondine are striking, as the Rondine has a much longer front overhang. The rear half of the Rondine also features a number of styling cues that were carried over to the Fiat 124 Cabrio. I was glad to get a chance to see (and more importantly photograph) the Rondine in detail, spending about a half hour with the car, almost one on one.