Arctic Blue ’56 Corvette Would Beautify Any Garage

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1956 Corvette

Let’s face it, paper stocks are boring. So why not invest in something like this stunning C1 Corvette?

Beauty, as they say, is in the eye of the beholder. But we’d wager that there isn’t a single person on this planet that doesn’t find a 1956/1957 Corvette beautiful. Especially one wearing the highly attractive Arctic Blue, silver, and cream color combo that this gorgeous C1 sports. The current owner (and seller) of this beauty calls the frame-off restored Corvette “jewelry,” which is a great way of putting it. And since we found it up for grabs in the Corvette Forum Marketplace, it’s also quite the temptress.

Take away that pesky spending money aspect of the transaction, and we can’t find a single reason not to covet this Corvette. Aside from the highly attractive color combination, this C1 is also in absolutely amazing condition. To the point where we wouldn’t blame the new owner if they just decided to use it as a garage decoration. One that you simply pull the cover off every so often and just stare at. But personally, we’d cruise the heck out of this thing and watch as onlookers suffered whiplash en masse.

1956 Corvette

And if you need more convincing, there are other things to appreciate about this C1. Like a matching numbers engine and transmission combo. The car also comes with a power soft top and original hard top to boot. Thus, your investment is also an appreciating one. One that looks fantastic while growing your cash at the same time.

1956 Corvette

Plus, it’s a heck of a lot more fun than a bunch of paper stocks, isn’t it? This is the sort of investment that you can enjoy and show off. Because nobody really cares when you brag about making a killing on some penny stock, right? And that’s the sort of investment that we can appreciate in more ways than one!

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Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Corvette Forum, Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other auto sites.

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