Corvettes Reign Supreme at Detroit Autorama

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Charlene Johnson's 1959 Corvette

If you’ve ever been to the Detroit Autorama then you know that it’s become a great place to see come very cool Corvettes, many vying for that coveted Ridler Award.

This year’s Autorama, held February 26 – 28, was no exception — with a slew of Corvettes making their debut at the show, along with some savvy veterans making their way around the circuit yet again.

From a Marina Blue ’67 roadster to a racing C5 built by racer Randy Johnson, practically every type of Corvette imaginable was showcased at the 2016 Detroit Autorama, as highlighted in a Super Chevy report. We’ve pulled five of our favorites from the report below, but their entire gallery is well worth the look. Although, it’s seems pretty clear after clicking through the gallery that nothing beats seeing these beauties in person.

James & Sandy Eudy's 1960 Corvette

James & Sandy Eudy’s 1960 Corvette

Charlene Johnson's 1959 Corvette

Charlene Johnson’s 1959 Corvette

Ron & Kathy Torp's 1965 Convertible

Ron & Kathy Torp’s 1965 Convertible

Brian Eggers' 1963 Split-Window Coupe

Brian Eggers’ 1963 Split-Window Coupe

Steve Grybel's C3

Steve Grybel’s C3 Corvette

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Via [Super Chevy]

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