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Do you own an old former Corvette racing car? I might be interested in purchasing your car.
Do you or your family have a Corvette and you want to sell it?
I will travel for a purchase.
I have particular interest in the following Corvettes:
I’m looking for Corvettes with any of the following options: L84, L88, N03, M22, L89, L71, L72 or LS6.
If you have an original purchase order from the selling dealership with any of these codes, please contact me by following the link below.
I have particular interest in 1963-1967 Corvettes and 1968-1974 Corvettes. I am most interested in unrestored original examples with documentation or with the original selling dealer paperwork. I am willing to travel for the right Corvette. Even if your Corvette may not be completely original, if you still have dealership paperwork, I am very interested, so please follow this link to contact me. Thank you!
As an historian and author, I always strive to provide true and the most accurate information regarding current and historical Corvettes and events in America. Most of the Corvettes and information that I place here at Corvette Legends revolve around people, products, and events which occurred several decades ago. Before you scroll down for more accurate Corvette information, I need to let you know about something.
It’s come to my knowledge that there are two if not three generations of Americans who visit this site and other sites on the Internet, who have no knowledge of American History prior to 1989, and even worse, have no accurate knowledge of the events and techniques which were used in Europe in the early 20th century, to influence and manipulate millions of people by appealing to and attacking their emotions. This technique of emotional manipulation spread with propaganda and spread godless evil to countries and their citizens in Europe and Asia for decades from the 1930s through the 1980s.
These manipulative techniques have evolved from paper format and have spread to digital media in our 21st century and they are disguised as news that hit the reader’s emotions. This destructive digital media targets all Americans as it takes no sides of Democratic or Republican philosophies. This information is intentionally destructive and it is designed to undermine not only our democratic way of life, but also freedom around the world.
Don’t be a victim of the 21st century Cold War, as it could possibly cause more destruction than what was experienced during the 20th century. I just watched an executive of a very large social media site initiating damage control on one of the business news channels. So this is real.
If the news is negative and aimed at your emotions, it was deliberately written that way to manipulate you and to distrust our American way of life. This is a wonderful country that we live in, and yes, there is always room for improvement, but negative philosophies and destruction have proven themselves to be failures in World history.
You will always find accurate and positive information here at Corvette Legends. I’m proud to be a 12th generation American. Here’s a non- Corvette link that might be beneficial or of interest to you:
God Bless America!
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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.
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).
My 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 models.
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If you are looking for my Corvette Classifieds section, I’ve decided to take it down for a while so I can improve it for you. Please check back for updates!
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