The Corvette Stingray (the ’63, to be precise) is the stuff of presidential dreams. For a look at 10 seasons worth of this, and other classic and quirky cars, explore Seinfeld’s Netflix show.
1963 Corvette Stingray: Classic dream car
CarGurus (credit their way for the opening photo of President Obama, Seinfeld, and Obama’s dream car, too) have the goods on this beautiful beast:
“1963 was the debut year of the Corvette Sting Ray, the first Corvette to be offered as both a coupe and a roadster. This car is known for its futuristic design, sleek (styling), and split rear window. The split rear window was panned by critics, and as a result, many owners replaced it with a single window offered by Chevrolet, which was standard equipment for the next model year.
The 1963 remains one of the more popular models of the Corvette and still retails for an excellent price. The beauty of the exterior has turned this car into a true collectors’ item.
On a scale of 1-10 for collectability, one specialist gives the split-window Corvette a 10. If he were to sell a high-quality version in an auction, he wouldn’t let it go for less than $150,000.”
Presidential, or famous comedian status may be helpful in managing that pricetag.
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Classic Corvette Stingray for a cause?
Our Canadian weather (not to mention our economy) can be a little tough on our classic vehicles. Do you have a beloved classic that you’ve run out of time and resources for? Or an oldy that can’t be restored, and needs to skeedaddle from the parking pad? We can help by facilitating your classic car donation on behalf of any Canadian charity that you love. We look forward to hearing from you!