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.
While Dale Earnhardt Jr. might have millions of fans, it appears his ’99 Callaway Corvette doesn’t have quite as many backers.
Anyone who knows anything about Barrett-Jackson Corvettes had to figure NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick would be taking home the first retail model of the convertible Z06.
Calling all Corvette enthusiasts: Chevy is revving up to auction the first 2015 Corvette Stingray. There’s still hope that Rick Hendrick might pass on this Barrett-Jackson auction in Las Vegas.
It didn’t quite make that one-million mark, but it still was way out of my reach and likely a lot of other Corvette fans. Yup, that pristine 1967 427 Corvette we all raved over with fewer than 3,000 miles ended up crossing the block at $725,000. That’s a quarter-million shy of that big mark a lot of people thought the classic ‘Vette might go for at the Mecum auction in Houston. So I guess, you could say whoever purchased the car got a mighty fine deal.