While we’re certainly happy for Bob Guarrera, there’s a part of us that’s more than a little envious about the fact he only paid $650 for this beautiful 1958 Corvette.
This 1962 silver Corvette roadster was first restored in 2011, but we can’t imagine it looking any less striking now than the day it rolled out of the old St. Louis manufacturing facility some 53 years ago.
A 1953 Corvette Roadster, one of 300 produced, was the third highest earning car sold at Mecum’s Classic Car Museum Auction.
This one-of-one-hundred 1954 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster, which is going up for auction later this month, makes our writer want to be a better man, or at least a harder working one.
The National Corvette Museum is selling bricks from a Flint, MI factory in which the first 300 Corvettes were handbuilt back in 1953.