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1963 Corvette Z06 Split-Window Rotting 50 Years in a Junkyard is Found and Will Be Restored

Photo Credit: @pugmonster56 / Instagram After being neglected in a junkyard for nearly 50 years after traveling just 59,000 miles, one of the rarest 1963 Corvettes of them all is finally on its way back. According to musclecarsandtrucks.com, who found this Z06 on an Instagram account for Rotting Classics, the 57-year-old Stingray is already in the process of being restored by the new owner. Only 199 Z06s were produced in 1963, the first year for that option, at...

Corvettes on eBay: Barn Find 1965 Corvette With Factory Air

By Mitch Talley -Aug 12, 2020 Back in 1965, Chevrolet’s St. Louis factory produced 8,186 coupes and about double that many convertibles (15,378). Out of those 23,564 Corvettes, only about 10 percent of them were made with air conditioning (2,423). Not surprising, really, since most cars of that era didn’t have AC either, and furthermore it was the second-highest priced option on the list at $421.80 behind the top-of-the-line 327/375 hp fuel-injected engine at $538. This...

One-Owner 1957 Chevy Wagon Spent 35 Years in Barn, Took a Day to Fix

This ’57 Chevy was parked in 1985, but it only took a day to get running. Taylor KempkesWordsMar 20, 2020 Ever wondered what it would look like if a pristine one-owner 1957 Chevy were parked in a barn for 35 years? Wonder no more. This 1957 Chevy 210 Townsman wagon was driven into a barn in 1985 and hadn’t moved until February 2020. What’s even cooler—spoiler alert—it only took a single day’s work to...