True Corvette Love Never Dies
Mike Yahns’ Corvette Stingray has more than 89,000 original miles on the odometer. And we’re betting that once it crosses that coveted 100,000 threshold, he’ll love it even more.
Use any description you like, but one thing’s clear: this classic Grand Sport is one awe-striking piece of machinery,
Over the years, we’ve come to learn that any car modified by Lingenfelter Performance Engineering will certainly keep one entertained.
This gorgeously restored Firemist Gold ’62 Corvette will be making its way across the blocks at the Mecum Auction in Indianapolis, which kicks off May 17.
We expected the very first Grand Sport model would go for well over $250,000. After all, the first 2014 C7 Corvette sold for $1.1 million, and the first 2016 Z06 C7.R sold for $500K.