Richard Morrison, CEO of Molded Fiber Glass Companies, recounts the story of how the late Robert S. Morrison changed the future of the Corvette. In 1953 Morrison convinced Chevrolet to use his newly created molded fiberglass body for the Corvette Concept Car displayed at the 1953 GM Motorama. The acceptance was overwhelming and from that point on the Corvette body was made out of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (FRP), otherwise known as fiberglass. MFG has continuously produced fiberglass composite parts for the Corvette since 1954. In 2003, Robert Morrison was posthumously inducted into the prestigious Corvette Hall of Fame.