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

1962 Gulf Oil 327/360 FI Race Car

Grady Davis’s Gulf Oil Racing Team purchased this Corvette in 1962 from Yenko Chevrolet, and the car was campaigned by the “Flying Dentist,” Dr. Dick Thompson, in the 1962 SCCA A-Production Class.

The Corvette was sold at the end of the 1962 season to Tony Denman, who successfully raced the car through 1963, finishing second in class at Daytona while battling newer Corvettes, Ferrari GTOs, and Porsches. At the end of the 1963 season, Denman removed most of Read More

When Salvaged C5s Go Slumming

Call me an auction junkie, but on one of the few Saturdays that I wasn’t covering a collector car sale, I went to Princeton, Minnesota, for a truck and heavy equipment auction. Along with trucks, tractors, front-end loaders, construction equipment, and other hardcore guy stuff, Wayne Pike Auction Company also sells consigned cars and light trucks. Once in awhile something more interesting than a rusty ’89 Taurus with 204,000 miles turns up. Just when it looked like a ’68 Mustang Read More