1968 Chevrolet Corvette 427/435 L89 convertible

  • Part of the Tyson Collection
  • Top Flight Award Winner in September 2011
  • Original, legible tank sticker
  • 427/435 hp
  • Matching-numbers engine
  • Aluminum head option
  • Close-ratio 4-speed transmission
  • 3.70:1 differential
  • Corvette Bronze with tobacco leather interior
  • Power windows
  • Power brakes
  • F41 suspension
  • Telescopic steering column
  • Transistor ignition
  • Tinted glass
  • Auxiliary hard top

1965 Chevrolet Corvette 327/375 Fuelie convertible

  • 327-ci/375-hp L84 V8
  • Original numbers-matching engine
  • Last year for Rochester fuel injection
  • Original Muncie M20 4-speed transmission
  • First year for four-wheel disc brakes
  • Optional knockoff aluminum wheels
  • Presented in Nassau Blue
  • Pristine two-tone blue and white interior
  • Body-off restoration
  • Completely detailed
  • NCRS Top Flight Award winner

Five Best Bet Late-Model Collectibles

Which late-model fuel-injected performance cars are good investments? That’s a hard question to answer. There’s a sweet spot of low-production cars that actually saw some use from new, which has thinned their numbers and made them harder to find – especially in all-original condition. But in terms of investment potential, my money’s on super low-production cars and cars that were aimed at racing – all would need to be in very original condition with few miles. These are Read More

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