Custom C3 Corvettes Are All Sorts of Cool
Taking the C3 Corvette and changing a few body lines is pretty easy, thanks to the Vette’s perpetual use of fiberglass for body panels. And as this thread shows, the results are often breathtaking.
As we’re getting deep into the season of winter drifting, we’re wondering what is the absolute dumbest thing you’ve ever done in your Corvette?
The ’71 Corvette SportWagon has an asking price of $55,000, which isn’t bad, given the rich history surrounding the car, even though it hardly fits the mold of a traditional classic.
Looks like that bitter dispute brewing between the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park and some surrounding neighbors will be settled in court.
Car and Driver’s “The 12 Quickest Cars of the 1960s” compares the top 0-60 times of the decade, and two Chevrolet Corvettes (and a Camaro) appear in the rankings.