Which Corvette Generation Was Your First?
In an interesting poll on our forums, it was asked what was your first Corvette. After a few years and 377 votes, we can see some pretty clear results.
Forget Detroit, there’s no other place on earth that’s done more with the automobile than Southern California.
We can argue all day about whether an immaculate restoration or a survivor car is the true Corvette to have, however in this case, it’s very hard to argue against a survivor car.
This stunning C2, which recently fetched big bucks at the 2016 Mecum Kissimmee auction, is one of only 3,475 1963 Corvettes painted Daytona Blue.
It’s no secret that average American consumers are keeping their cars longer than ever, but Corvettes rarely fall into the “average” category. The following question should be expected then: how long have you had, or do you plan on keeping your Corvette?