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?
Nitto is running its Battle of the Streets bracket, a series of drag races between supercars. And guess what? There’s a C7 Corvette in the running.
The Corvette Stingray might be gearing up for a new role in Australia as General Motors’ Holden brand’s halo vehicle.
Built in 1964 with serial no. 1, this 1965-specification Corvette Stingray could fetch anywhere from $100,000 to $150,000 when it crosses the block at Mecum Auctions next month.
Ferrari or Corvette? Those two haven’t ever really been breathed in the same sentence until lately. It’s not that Ferrari has somehow lost its Italian flair; it’s just that the Corvette has gotten really epically good.