1965 Corvette 327/375 Fuelie coupe

This Milano Maroon coupe with a build date of April 30, 1965, was delivered new to Bryner Chevrolet in Jenkintown, PA. Although the name of the first owner is not known, it is clear that this Corvette was ordered with an eye for both performance and aesthetics.

This car was built with the rarest and most expensive engine offered in 1965 — the 375-hp, fuel-injected, high-lift cam engine, coupled with a Muncie close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission and a Positraction rear Read More

1965 Corvette 396/425 Convertible

Here’s the provenance:

  • Bloomington Gold Survivor Certification, June 28, 1997
  • Bloomington Gold Certification, June 29, 1997
  • Bloomington Gold Benchmark Certification, June 29, 1997
  • The coveted Benchmark Certification has been awarded to less than 100 Corvettes
  • The only Benchmark red/red big-block convertible
  • NCRS Top Flight award, October 25, 2008
  • Original engine and transmission
  • Matching-numbers 396/425 HP
  • Matching-numbers 4-speed
  • Original Protect-O-Plate
  • Complete ownership history with current contact info
  • Pictures of the car when new
  • Original Rally Red paint
  • Original red interior
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1969 Corvette “Hell Fire” Funny Car

Here’s the provenance:

  • Jim Shue’s original “Hell Fire” Corvette
  • 426-ci Hemi Reath engine
  • Unmolested nostalgia funny car
  • Hilborn injected
  • Mike Kase chassis
  • Clutchflite set up
  • Ran 7.14 quarter-mile at 200 mph on nitromethane
  • In storage for 40 years
  • This is a time capsule and the dawn of funny car racing
  • A great Southern California drag racing piece of history
  • Sold on Bill of Sale only

1991 Corvette ZR-1 Coupe

This 1991 Corvette ZR-1 Coupe has less than 26,000 actual miles. It is completely original and in great condition. Bright Red with black interior, it is one of only 2,044 1991 ZR-1s produced. The ZR-1 package sold at just under $64,000, when the option price of $31,683 was added onto a base Corvette coupe.

In the mid-1980s, GM and its Corvette Division approached Group Lotus in the U.K. with the idea of developing the world’s fastest production car. From that Read More

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