Corvettes were in plentiful supply at SEMA and we made an attempt to photograph each and every one we could find. That meant walking every aisle and outdoor space at the show. But we sacrificed for you our readers because you deserve no less. And so after the jump, we present the Corvettes of SEMA.
By our accounting 32 Corvettes were on hand for the four day extravaganza. Chevrolet brought ten Corvettes to SEMA ranging from the Ron Fellows Z06 and Carlisle Blue Grand Sport Concepts to the two Corvettes outside in the Ride and Drive event. Our friends at Bondurant brought two Corvettes, and two rebodied C5s were on display from Classic Reflection Coachworks. Incidentally, the SEMA Design Award for Best Chevrolet Sports Car went to the 1959 Corvette ZR59 which we voted as our favorite Corvette of the show as well.
Here are the Corvettes of SEMA.
Now that you’ve seen them all, which Corvette from SEMA was your favorite. Use the comments form and let’s discuss!