Hope everyone is enjoying their Memorial Day weekend. You know how much we enjoy kicking off the week with a Midyear Monday gallery and just because today falls on a holiday doesn’t mean we can’t share some C2 eye candy. So here’s your random photo gallery of 2nd generation Corvettes from 1963-1967. If you love the 2nd generation Corvette as much as we do, make sure you share this page on Twitter and Facebook.
Our new friend Jeremy Welborn attended the 25th Annual Lone Star Corvette Classic in Texas over the weekend and has given us permission to share some of his photos from the event. We picked a set of 50 images featuring everything from C1s to C7 Stingrays.
Photos licensed and used with permission by wenn.com
We showed you the one and only Paul McCartney driving his blue C5 Corvette around California a few days ago.
Now another legendary singer – The Boss, otherwise known as Bruce Springsteen – was captured by photographers motoring around Los Angeles with his wife, Patti, in their black C2 Corvette Sting Ray convertible on Thursday. He even flashed a peace sign to the paparazzi.
Get over your case of the Mondays with our mega Midyear Monday gallery featuring 33 random photos of 2nd generation Corvettes from 1963-1967. This is our biggest gallery yet so let us know which is your favorite! If you really like it, share it with friends and followers on Twitter and Facebook.
Photo Credit: Mindy Schauer/OC Register
It’s not every day that you meet the original and current owners of a 1963 Corvette split window coupe at the same time.
But Rick Costa, currently of Laguna Niguel, Calif., is your chance to do just that.
Rick was just a kid when he saw his first Corvette in 1953. He was instantly mesmerized by the car that he termed “a spaceship” parked on the midway at an amusement park in Massachusetts. He knew then that someday he would own one of the “unbelievable” cars, as he also described that 1953 model.
Few things increase the revs in our car collector’s hearts more than the prospect of a barn find — you know, your dream car that somebody put in a barn and never came back to collect. A little worn and thoroughly dirty, but mostly there, just waiting for someone to come along and give it a good home.