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  • Yes - They're great, wish I could afford 1!

    84 80.00%
  • Who cares...

    5 4.76%
  • No - I'm a purist, quit trashing Corvette's!

    16 15.24%
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    Default JJS - Is this it?

    Quote Originally Posted by JJS View Post
    One of the saddest things (for me) that I've seen at this auction was a beautiful (looked perfect) 1971 Yellow 28K original mile LT-1 that went for a mere $40K!



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    That would be the one, D.
    I can't believe it went so low.

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    Thumbs up WOW - An Arrest Me Red LS3 packing '62...


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    Default One awesome '65


    It took Brent Jackson five years to plan, build, and unveil this twin-turbocharged '65 Corvette, a car purposely designed to impress any and all who beheld it. The motivation behind the project reaches beyond Jackson's desire to cruise the streets of California with a one-off midyear. Its true purpose is to show off the capabilities of his custom shop, Brent Jackson's Customs (Green Valley, California). The Corvette is a calling card of sorts, as it embodies both the vision behind such creations and the in-house talents needed to make them happen. Jackson pulled out all the stops with this build, and the result is a Corvette like no other.

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    Default These cars are way to nice!

    As a guy who bought a used 1967 coupe in 1967 which my wife and I used it as a daily driver 12 months a year including pulling my snowmobile trailer through out the winter in 69-70. The big difference between us when it was time for a family car we kept our coupe and still own it and drive it when the weather is good. I can think of nothing finer than having a resto-mod, not one thats to nice to drive but' one that is meant to be driven and enjoyed as we have enjoyed owning ours the past 43 years. I don't feel that a resto-mod is destroying a Corvette but' saving in many case an old abused unloved corvette that has been dis-guarded by many former owners and given new life by someone who appreciates the image that the older Corvettes stood for.

    J.L.

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    Attachment 3731Attachment 3730Attachment 37291966 coupe - 454 5-spd Change of seasons...

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    Thumbs up '62



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    Default '66 Restomod


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    Flag '64



    How do you improve on perfection…and make one man's dream not look like another's nightmare?

    If that dream of perfection involves the second-generation Corvette Sting Ray, you contact Purcell, Oklahoma's Heartland Customs.

    Back in 2007, the shop built a '63 split-window coupe that combined Z06 hardware and modern styling touches with that classic design. J.W. Lovett saw that car, and—according to Heartland Customs' Jeff Page—thought it was the most beautiful car he'd ever seen.

    "He wanted to know if we could come up with something to top it," says Page of the initial meeting that led to this project. "Of course, I'm a big Corvette guy, so I told him, ‘The only way to top a Z06 is with a ZR1.'" That meeting took place around the time the C6 ZR1 hit Chevy dealers' showrooms for the '09 model year.

    The plan was hatched: Build a '64 Sting Ray with the ZR1's supercharged LS9 engine and other hardware. But instead of keeping the exterior period-correct, Page says they decided to go further.

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    Default '65 Ray Cool


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    These are some incredibly beautiful Vettes.

    Wish I could have one!

    SAVE the WAVE!
    An attendee at all the CruiseFests including the one which never happened.


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