This split-window C2 is now offered with extensive owner history, manufacturer’s literature, NCRS documentation and awards, an Al Grenning CCAS Certified L84 327/360hp motor, and Top Flight records from previous ownership.
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Well, the people who ordered the 2022 C8 love the color, Torch Red. The numbers are in for the colors people ordered on their new 2022 C8 Corvettes and Torch Red took the top spot with a total of 4,147 produced.
The rest of the numbers are:
|Elkhart Lake Blue||1,412|
|Ceramic Matrix Gray||1,202|
As for the interiors, the numbers are:
|Sky Cool Gray||2,600|
|Sky Cool Gray/Strike Yellow||1,423|
|Tension/Twilight Blue Dipped||988|
|Jet Black/Adrenaline Red||650|
|Morello Red Dipped||295|
|Jet Black/Sky Cool Gray||123|
|Adrenaline Red/Jet Black||85|
|Sky Cool Gray/Jet Black||50|
The Classic Corvette Dream Giveaway is back with a new grand prize featuring this fuel-injected 1964 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible offered in rare Tuxedo Black with a Silver interior plus $30,000 cash to pay the taxes. This Corvette is powered by the 327/375 hp fuelie V8 with a four-speed manual transmission, positraction, cast aluminum knock-off wheels, two tops, and an AM/FM radio. The frame-off restored roadster has been awarded the NCRS Duntov Mark of Excellence and has scored Top Flight status twice!
This Weeks Owners’ Corner
John E’s 1962
When I came home from Vietnam in 1967, I bought a red 1962 Corvette. I kept it a while and then sold it to a friend. He kept it until 1995 and sold it at the Barrett – Jackson auto auction. The St. Louis cardinal organization bought it and gave it to Mark McGuire when he hit 62 home runs.
I have since had 7 more Corvettes over the years including a red 2021 Corvette retractable that I now drive.
All I have left of the 1962 is a picture of when they gave it to McGuire and a model on the shelf. My son would like to buy the 1962 back from Mark McGuire. Anyone know how to get ahold of him?
Originally Marina Blue w/Blue interior. When the owner restored the car, he decided that Tuxedo Black with a Blue Stinger was the only way to go! So, that is what he did. Under the hood is a N.O.M. L71 427/435hp big block backed up by a 4-speed manual transmission. Inside the control room, things are spartan. Even the reasonably standard am/fm radio is missing, as it was a radio delete car. Outside, there’s a side exhaust system and a set of bolt-on wheels wrapped in red line radial tires. Cosmetically, it’s in show condition. Mechanically, it runs like the beast it is! While not a candidate for NCRS or Bloomington judging, it’s still every bit as fun to experience as one that is!
This awesome example is equipped with a matching #’s L89 and is also heavily optioned with Power Steering, Power Brakes, Telescoping Steering Column, Tinted Glass, Speed Warning Indicator, Posi-Traction Rear End, Head Restraints, AM/FM Stereo, Red Line Bias Ply Tires and more! The car has been meticulously frame-off restored and is documented with the Window Sticker, Tank Sticker, Car Shipper and dealer P.D.I. This is one of the nicest examples we’ve ever seen.
We think you’ll agree.
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