Corvette Thief Caught After $25k Craigslist Scam
Anyone stupid enough to steal a classic ’64 Corvette and sell it on Craigslist should at least be nominated for Idiot of the Year.
There may be some confusion about how many Corvettes with 36-gallon fuel tanks were built back in the ‘60s, but there’s certainly no question about how valued these cars are to auctioneers now.
I have to admit, I’ve always been partial to any story about a U.S. veteran’s love for his or her American automobile. To me, these two things represent a lot of the stuff that makes America great. Over the years, I’ve come across some pretty emotional stories about veterans and their cars, but the one I stumbled on of a former Marine staff sergeant named Mike Kimmons probably tops the list.
This week’s Corvette of the Week comes our way thanks to the creativity CF member Poorhousenext had to employ in order to give Lydia, his C2, the curves her body needed to fit over wider tires and wheels. He refers to his 1964 as transgender due to all the “plastic surgery” she needed to achieve […] More »
The 1964 Corvette Sting Ray (oftentimes named as “Stingray,” although this elided name refers to a later model of the same vehicle) was part of the C2 group of Corvettes by the Chevrolet manufacturing company. The C2 title indicates that the 1964 Corvette Sting Ray belongs to the second major design group of Corvettes. The […] More »