From Basket Case to Show Car, 1960 Corvette Gets Second Chance
Talk about your extremes. Elsewhere on this website, you have read about one-owner 1960 Corvettes that are as stock and original as they come. Then we have this 1960 model owned by Gary Kuck, which has been transformed from a basket case with no engine and a mangled front clip into a wild one-of-a-kind custom.
Dana Mecum’s spectacular annual Spring Indy Auction is now history and though the auction set pricing records with two Mustangs that sold for over a million dollars each, it was more of a “mixed bag” when it came to Corvettes. It was really no surprise to see the 200 quality Corvettes Mecum uncovered and offered
Four years together in a Corvette can provide a lifetime of memories. Bill Ogden is proof of that. His miraculous story begins way back in October 1961 when he was in his 20s and bought a white 1962 Corvette with red interior, a 327/340 engine in the bay. Proving the power of marketing a car
Auctions America will be hosting their annual Spring Carlisle auction this weekend at the Carlisle Expo Center in Carlisle, PA. Sales will begin at 3pm April 25th and 26th. Over 200 cars are currently listed online to cross the block including almost 20 Corvettes. That Corvette docket includes 3 cars previously used at the Bondurant
You likely won’t find a much better unrestored “Survivor” Corvette than this one-owner 1960 model currently up for sale on eBay. Eight bidders have pushed the bid to $44,300 as of noon April 23. The car was delivered in September 1960 to the one and only owner for the next 53 years, a Donald Strother