Colors by the numbers

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Image courtesy of The National Corvette Museum

GM has released manufacture numbers showing the number of 2021’s built and the option breakdown.

There was a total of 26,216 C8’s built for the 2021 model year. Of this, the most popular color was Torch Red with a total of 5,171 ordered. Arctic White came in second with 3,769 produced, followed by Red Mist at 3,476. Zeus Bronze came in as the least popular with 509 orders in this color, but Accelerate Yellow was not far above at just 839 units ordered.

You can see the full production numbers on the National Corvette Museum’s site by clicking here.


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Sixty years in the making, the new 60th Anniversary Cunningham C8 Corvette pays homage to the 1960 Corvette that became the first to win its class at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Just 60 hand-built examples are set to be created with the No. 33 earmarked for the Chip Miller Amyloidosis Foundation for their annual fundraiser with the car slated to be given away on October 1st. The new 60th Anniversary Cunningham Corvette is a modern-day marvel with the 495-hp LT2 engine upgraded to 600-horsepower by the equally-legendary Lingenfelter Performance Engineering. In order to bring home this limited-edition 60th Anniversary Cunningham C8 Corvette, all you have to do is make a donation to the Chip Miller Amyloidosis Foundation.

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Owners’ Corner

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Mike and Chuck’s 1929 Duesenberg Model J ‘Disappearing Top’ Torpedo by Murphy

My name is Chuck and I became friends with Mike over the phone buying a 1967 Corvette 435 Convertible 15 years ago. From simple beginnings I became an avid Corvette Collector amongst other more rare and exotic cars like this 1929 “Disappearing Top” Torpedo Convertible Coupe, just one of six examples produced!

I’m not done yet. 

We are looking for Low Mileage Cars

Any year C2 Coupe with 327 and any Transmission

2015-2019 Z06 Coupe
2010-2019 Grand Sport Coupe
2019 ZR1 Coupe

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This Weeks Specials

1962 327/250hp, 3-speed
Ready to show or cruise!

1962 red corvette special 1The beautiful example presented here is a Corvette you could drive daily, if you wished, or take it out to Cars and Coffee on a Sunday morning followed by a leisurely drive up the coast (or wherever). It features a matching #’s 250hp 327 backed up by a 3-speed manual. This one was ordered new with just the hard top (which is currently unrestored). The paint and interior are in excellent condition and features whitewall radial tires.
To top this off, It was serviced.

Priced to sell at: $79,900 

1972 LS5 COUPE 
Very sharp, high option big block Coupe

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Adrenaline Red interior, 376/460hp, 8-speed manual
Options include: 3LT Equipment Group, Dual Mode exhaust system, ZF-1 Appearance Package, 8-speed Paddle-Shift automatic transaxle, Custom Red painted brake calipers, Carbon Flash painted spoiler and outside mirrors, and more.

Priced at $51,900

Only 19k miles and in beautiful condition!

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We acquired this beautiful Convertible from the original owner who only drove it 19k miles since new. It’s in show condition throughout and is a high scoring N.C.R.S. Top Flight Award winner! The car has even been on display at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green! It comes with all books, manuals, Window Sticker, Build Sheet and more!

Priced to move at: $47,900


Pictures Available Upon Request.

1956-1962 Corvette Hardtops – Priced from $4,888.

1963-1967 Corvette Hardtops – Priced from $2,000.

1968-1975 Used convertible top assembly. Good condition.

1966 blue top

Fully restored 1963 through 1967 factory hardtop. Restored by Nabers Brothers years ago and has been in the crate ever since. This was restored specifically for 1966 a Nassau blue 427 convertible. Very hard to duplicate and very expensive to restore. On sale this week for $4,750!


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some random thoughts
If someone says: “No offense”, he/she is about to say something offensive.

Alcohol may be man’s worst enemy, but the Bible says love your enemy.

Alcohol doesn’t solve any problems, but then again neither does milk?

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