Corvette Central Launches Online Swap Meet Catalog

Corvette Central Launches Online Swap Meet Catalog

Corvette Central’s founder Jerry Kohn has been collecting used and NOS parts for Corvettes since the mid-1970’s and says he’s always envisioned the day when he can begin to pare down his collection by hosting a swap meet. Well that time is now here where you can search through his collection and buy these parts at

Imagine you’re at one of the big Corvette shows and have walked the aisles where vendors have all their new, used and new old stock (NOS) parts laid out on the grass or on tables. Many vendors sell an eclectic mix of parts and that’s what you’ll find at Corvette Central’s swap meet. We browsed the C2 section which contained everything from the console shift plate diagrams to bumper brackets to original wood steering wheels.

Many of the parts are “survivor quality” which means they are unrestored but are still working components. These age-appropriate parts were mostly acquired off of actual Corvettes in the late-1970s and early 1980s. Jerry says “they may not be new, but it looks correct”.

Swap Meet parts are also located in Corvette Central’s regular online catalogs. You can use the search function to enter the original GM part number or a description to see if that is one of the parts available in the swap meet collection.

“I always envisioned setting up at a swap meet to sell a lot of the old parts I had saved over the years. With the advent of the internet and specialty sites like eBay, a virtual swap meet becomes reality: available to customers worldwide, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year” says Corvette Central’s founder Jerry Kohn.

Corvette Central’s Swap Meet Parts come with a 30 day money back guarantee so you can buy with confidence. Check out Corvette Central’s online Swap Meet today at

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