Coolest Corvettes Heading To Hot August Nights Auction

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You can bid to own these Chevy Corvettes in just a few days!

The MAG Auctions Hot August Nights event starts in a few days, and their inventory is spectacular. We’ve been bringing you some of the best highlights of the cars set to cross the auction block at the Reno/Sparks Convention Center in Nevada, but we’ve been saving some of the best lots for last, so stay tuned over the next few days to see what we’ve been holding. To kickoff the rest of the highlights heading to Reno from August 5-7, here are some of the coolest Corvettes you can bid on at the Hot August Nights auction.

1970 Chevy Corvette 454

With a 390-horsepower massive 454 engine in this lightweight Corvette, this sports car is both beauty and braun. It has only a little over 19k on the clock, and looks amazing. See this red Corvette with a 454 powertrain here.

1964 Chevy Corvette

Rocking a combination of Saddle Tan Metallic paint with Saddle interior, this rare Corvette is one of only 1,785 with this finish, and one of 1,988 offered with factory air. It has a 327 small block that puts out 300-horsepower, and is backed by a Muncie 4-speed transmission. Learn more about this 1964 Corvette here.

1966 Chevy Corvette

This restored 1966 Chevy Corvette had one owner from 1966 to 2013, and the miles remain low. It has a 425-horsepower, 427 cubic inche engine, which is backed by a 4-speed manual Muncie transmission. The black on black color scheme is rare and it sports a factory tubular exhaust. You can see it here.

MAG Auctions is the exclusive Auction House for Hot August Nights in Reno, Nevada. The ACTION takes place August 5-7! Please feel free to contact us to consign your vehicle or register to bid. Our sale features Classics, Muscle Cars, Pickups and Motorcycles. With over 500 vehicles on our docket, you are sure to find your next ride. Join us in person August 5-7th in Reno, or bid by phone and online with Proxibid.

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