Kevin Mackay of Corvette Repair is known for both his award-winning restorations of classic Corvettes and former racers, as well as his ability to hunt down some of the most famous Corvettes in history that were lost in time. His finds include the 1960 Cunningham Corvette that raced at Le Mans and the 1972 Sebring GT class winning Rebel L88 Corvette.
Mackay has detailed many of his Corvette finds in his book “The Corvette Hunter” which can be found on Amazon.com. This week, the noted restorer finds himself in the studio with Steve Garrett on the CORVETTE TODAY Podcast.
If you’re interested in Corvette history and famous Corvettes that shaped history, DO NOT MISS THIS PODCAST! Steve Garrett talks with Kevin Mackay from Corvette Repair on Long Island, New York.
Kevin has owned, restored and brought back to life the most significant Corvettes in history, including the third Corvette ever built from 1953! This car is now on permanent display at the National Corvette Museum.
He talks about most of these significant Corvettes on this episode of CORVETTE TODAY. Plus, Kevin has written a book called The Corvette Hunter. Learn about his book and win one when you listen to this episode of CORVETTE TODAY.
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