Will the C7 Corvette be Considered a “Classic”?
What exactly makes a Corvette a “classic”? And does the C7 have what it takes to hold the same kind of value as models like the 1965 Corvette Sting Ray or the 2009 ZR1?
If you own a C1 Corvette, and you simply must drive it like a bat out of hell, please do your stunt driving away from walls.
This Cyber Gray Metallic 1963 coupe, priced at $149,000, might be one of the most unique classic Corvettes ever sold by RK Motors Charlotte.
For sale at auction: a 1965 C2 Corvette cut-away, which was designed as a display to showcase everything from the car’s engine to the four-wheel independent suspension.
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.