Not everyone may fall in love with this yellow and black 1972 Motion Moray Corvette.
But one thing is for sure: the owner will never see another one on the road.
You see, this is one ultra-rare Corvette, as in one-of-one!
It was meant to be. How else can you describe it?
Terry Dietrich was born in 1953, the same year that the first Corvette rolled out of the factory.
That coincidence sparked a love affair for the Corvette that ultimately led to her decision as a 19-year-old to buy a brand new Corvette Stingray in 1972.
Patience is a virtue, except of course when it comes to fixing up your hot rod.
We who have restored old cars know we want everything done on our favorite ride…yesterday.
It usually doesn’t work out that way for the ordinary enthusiast, however, I’ve been working on my dad’s 1970 Impala for eight years and still don’t have it completely done.
Way back in 2011 the folks at Ridetech took a stock first generation Camaro and, with the help of several aftermarket manufacturers and several of their friends, made it into a Camaro restomod in 48 hours. Now, after everyone associated with that project has caught up on their sleep and has forgotten what sleep deprivation feels like, they are going to do it again—only this time with a stock 1972 Corvette.
‘Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.
A Georgia woman probably isn’t so sure about that old saying, especially after her heart may wind up being broken twice – but not by a man, but by a Corvette.
Our story begins in 1972 when a teenage Terry Dietrich of DeKalb County, Ga., bought a 1972 blue Corvette Stingray.
If you grew up in the 1970s, you no doubt remember the custom Corvette station wagons that appeared in some of the magazines back in those days.
This eBay ad takes that modification in a different direction, though.
Silverado not cool enough for you? How about a 1972 Corvette pickup?
Up for sale at VetteFinders.com is a 1972 LT-1 Corvette Coupe that is currently owned by our own Steve Burns who heads up CorvetteBlogger’s Detroit Bureau. Steve owns two Corvettes, the Blue 1972 LT-1 and a Cyber Gray 2009 Corvette recently featured in [Operation Air Flow], but recent family additions mean that two Corvettes is one too many, so the LT-1 has got to go.
This week we shine our Corvette Sales Spotlight on our friends Joe and Sunday Verrillo’s full service Corvette dealership in Clifton Park, NY called Prestige Motor Car Company.
For over 30 years, Prestige Motor Car has been serving the Corvette community by offering outstanding classic and pre-owned Corvettes for sale as well as a full service department that can help keep your Corvette running in top condition.
Prestige Motor Car also performs award-winning restorations that have graced magazine covers and won NCRS Top Flights, Bloomington Gold certifications and the Triple Diamond Award.