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Corvette Legends is your source of collectible Corvettes. My Corvette only Classifieds section is here and you can use to buy or sell Corvette parts and Corvettes. I will not charge my fellow Corvette owners and enthusiasts to place an ad for their car or part.
I have an L88 Corvette book and my Corvette Legends Magazine for your enjoyment. Every November in Chicago, I host the Corvette Legends Invitational Display at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (MCACN).
There are articles about your favorite shows and auctions. I have placed posts about Z06, C7, ZR1, L88, 427, and all the generations C7,C6, C5, C4, C3, C2, and C1. The newest Stingray and Grand Sport are both covered and so is the classic Mako Shark. Even the racers are included here such as the Owens Corning racing team of Tony DeLorenzo and Jerry Thompson, and who could forget John Greenwood, and his amazing racing machines. The latest and greatest news about the Mid-Engine Zora can be found here on my site.
The new Classified section is running strong and I’ve made arrangements to offer you these classified ads at the same price as Facebook and your local Craigslist site, and that would be FREE. There is no charge for listing your Corvette for sale here at Corvette Legends!
Don’t spend your hard earned money with an online ad at some other non specific site, when you can insert an ad for your car here on this Corvette specific site FREE of charge!
Each Classified ad is automatically optimized and listed with Google and other search engines for the best search engine results. I don’t think the other free sites offer that same service.
These classified ads also include Corvette Parts which are FREE for you to list and use to sell your parts. The parts ads are organized by generation and part type, so take a look by clicking here. I know you won’t be disappointed.
I am quite comfortable saying that your Corvette parts ad will be quickly listed with Google which can be viewed daily by thousands of enthusiasts on Google compared to a social media site that does not list parts with Google and can only be seen by that particular site’s usual members.
I also have an annual display in Chicago at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals which is an invitation only display. The next display in 2017 will feature a large collection of 1967 L88 Corvettes and other rare 1967 models that you might not ever see in person again.
The 2016 Corvette Legends Invitational Display was a very exciting display!
I’ve been working with Kevin Mackay of Corvette Repair for many years now, and we have teamed up to create some very special displays that will be featuring and highlighting some historically significant Corvettes.
The 2016 display featured some rare developmental models, original unrestored models, and also contained 4 of the total of 66 N03 optioned “Tanker” Corvettes. I will be posting photos and articles on each car from my display as time permits. So keep checking my site for updates.
It’s never too early to get ready for 2017, as the 50th Anniversary of the 1967 L88 Corvettes will be the focal point of my display.
I will be displaying a variety of L88s, some 435 cars, L89s, and some other historically significant models. I am currently accepting requests for a few examples to participate in the third annual 2017 Corvette Legends Invitational Display III, which will be at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals in November 2017.
Currently, I already have six confirmed participants for my 2017 Corvette Legends Invitational display at MCACN. So don’t delay! The 1967 Corvette is THE most popular model year as a collectible model.
If you would like to participate in the 2017 display with your 1967 Corvette, please contact me. I will follow up with you to discuss your car.
2016 was my 40th Anniversary with the Corvette hobby
I started with my first Corvette back in the summer of 1976. It was a 1969 390 horse 427 coupe loaded with every option except for air conditioning. It even had factory side exhaust. Yes, it was completely numbers matching except for the paint. I purchased it from the second owner who only had it for a few months. It was a good purchase and I sold it for a small profit only a few months later. It was fun, so I continued on my journey to hunt for more numbers matching Corvettes. I spent my Sundays driving around the St. Louis, Missouri area. On several occasions, I even drove over to Illinois looking for numbers matching Corvettes. Even back then, it was amazing to visit with owners who had already swapped motors due to hard use or gasoline incompatibility. Over the years, I purchased and sold more Corvettes. I kept some of the cars longer than others, but over time, I learned a lot about classic Corvettes and the people involved with them. This has been my hobby for all of these years and I hope to continue on with it as long as I can.
I published my book in 2008 after spending 14 years of research creating it. It is now out of print and it will only be available until September 2017, at which time I will stop mailing out any remaining copies.
Out of Print!
Order your book today before they are all sold out. You can preview several of the pages by clicking on the photo, then you can place your order. Thanks for looking!
I am now enjoying car shows and auctions. You can find my photos and comments about the shows and auctions here on this site.
Most of us have been limited by our geographic boundaries with our hunt for Corvettes. Now, with the Internet, there are no boundaries and I hope the new classified section that I’ve placed here on my site is as enjoyable for you to use as it was for me to design and program.
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