The bets are starting to roll in on two hot Corvettes up for auction in April, and the speculation is that both could fetch up to $1 million each when they cross the block. The first up is the Bunkie Knudsen Corvette, a 1963 Corvette Sting Ray built specifically for General Motors Chevrolet Division General Manager Semon “Bunkie” Knudsen.
It’s been said that if you look hard enough you can find a silver lining in every cloud. OK, so maybe some of those clouds require a few more looks than others to find that silver lining, but either way, it appears a bit of the good fortune that comes out of bad situations has rubbed off on the National Corvette Museum.
Plans to restore the eight Corvettes damaged at the National Corvette Museum has sparked what could likely become an interesting debate – should or shouldn’t all the cars be restored?
After some cause for celebration over the fact that the first Corvette pulled out of the sinkhole started up, we’re now getting a better sense of what’s to come. The images of the second car extracted from the 30-foot fall — the 1993 40th Anniversary Chevrolet Corvette — paint a much grimmer, and perhaps more […]
Here’s a beauty worth marveling at for a few minutes … or a lifetime if you’ve got the cash. This 1972 Corvette ZR1 Coupe, which will be up for grabs in Houston in April at the Mecum Auctions, is one of only 20 special edition models produced that year. This rare classic is powered by […]