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[GALLERY] Midyear Monday! (33 Corvette photos)

After a last couple of weeks of special SEMA-related and custom C2 Corvette photos, it’s kinda nice to get back to posting a regular Midyear Monday photo gallery. This week we’re featuring 33 Corvettes produced between 1963-67.

If you’d like to see your Midyear Corvette posted as part of a Midyear Monday photo gallery, feel free to submit a photo.

What’s your favorite Corvette in this week’s gallery? Let us know and be sure to share this page on Twitter and Facebook.

National Corvette Museum Receives Two Corvettes as Donation Gift

The kindness and generosity of Corvette owners is no secret.

Just look at what William (Bill) Engle Jr. – also known as “Sweat Hog” of Albany, N.Y., Ridgewood, N.J., and now Summit, N.Y. – has just done for the National Corvette Museum.

Joining the growing list of enthusiasts who have bequeathed their prized possessions to the Museum, Engle decided to donate his 1967 and 1987 Corvettes to the NCM.

Guldstrand-Prepped 1966 Corvette SCCA Racer Sells Quickly

Some lucky enthusiast is the new owner of a 1966 Corvette SCCA race car prepared for competition by the legendary Dick Guldstrand.

The car had been up for sale on eBay, but a check of the listing on June 4th showed that it had been removed because it was no longer available. Prior to the auction ending we saw the bidding was closing in on $40,000. A quick phone call confirmed the sale, but the spokesman declined to reveal the final selling price.

[PICS] 1966 Corvette Big Block Barn Find

To swing open the barn doors to find an iconic Corvette that has been stored inside for years is an amazing rush to those that have experienced it. While we can’t always be there in person to watch as an old Corvette that’s covered in a layer of fine dust is pulled from the barn to outdoors, perhaps for the first time in decades, we can relive that feeling though pictures.

The pictures of this 1966 Corvette barn find that were recently posted to Tumblr are amazing, but many questions still remain.