Iconic Corvettes Up for Auction at GAA Classic Car Auction, July 25-27

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Corvette enthusiasts are in for a treat this summer as GAA Classic Car Auction prepares to host an exclusive lineup of iconic Corvettes from July 25-27. The auction, held in Greensboro, North Carolina, will feature a diverse array of models spanning several decades, showcasing the evolution of America's beloved sports car. Collectors and fans alike can look forward to bidding on pristine examples, including a rare 1963 split-window coupe, a 1967 big-block roadster, and a modern Z06, each representing a significant chapter in Corvette's storied history.


The GAA Classic Car Auction is known for its high-quality offerings and this event promises to be no exception, with each Corvette meticulously maintained and presented in stunning condition. Whether you are a seasoned collector or a passionate enthusiast, this auction offers a unique opportunity to own a piece of automotive history. Don't miss your chance to witness and potentially acquire one of these legendary Corvettes, as they take the spotlight in what is sure to be a memorable event for all car aficionados.

1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split Window

This 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split Window is a rare and iconic model finished in classic black (Paint 900) with a standard trim interior. Under the hood, it features a matching-numbers 327 CID 300hp engine with casting dates from December 1962, and a Carter 4-barrel carburetor. It is equipped with a Borg Warner T-10 4-speed transmission and posi-traction rear end. Performance enhancements include power front disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors, dual exhaust, and OE style exhaust manifolds.

The interior boasts vintage heat and air conditioning, an AM radio, factory tachometer and gauges, and a clock. Exterior highlights include knock-off wheels, radial redline tires, rock panel trim, and the distinctive split rear window design. This meticulously maintained Corvette is a perfect blend of classic style and performance, making it a coveted piece for any collector. See it here.

1967 Chevrolet Corvette LS2

This custom 1967 Chevrolet Corvette features a modern LS2 Corvette engine paired with a Tremec 5-speed transmission and factory-style shifter. It rides on a custom aftermarket tubular chassis, powder-coated and equipped with C4 Corvette suspension, providing enhanced performance and handling. The exterior boasts the factory color combination of Lynndale Blue, while the interior is fitted with teal leather, a teakwood steering wheel with a tilt column, and headrest seats. Additional highlights include vintage air conditioning, factory-style side exhaust, 4-wheel disc brakes, Dana 44 rear end, power steering, power windows, and a factory-style interior. Accompanied by $150,000 in receipts, this Corvette represents a perfect blend of classic design and modern performance. See it here.

1966 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

This stunning 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is finished in Nassau Blue with a matching blue interior, creating a striking visual appeal. Under previous ownership, the engine was upgraded to a 454 CID block with a cast-iron intake manifold, 4-barrel carburetor, and polished air cleaner and valve covers. The engine is paired with an M21 four-speed manual transmission. Enhancements include 15" turbine wheels with three-ear knock-off hubs, Goodyear Goldline tires, four-wheel independent suspension, and disc brakes on all corners. Features like a removable hardtop, vented hood, flip-up headlights, and split chrome bumperettes add to its classic charm. Inside, bucket seats upholstered in blue leather, a Delco pushbutton AM/FM radio, a 160 MPH speedometer, and comprehensive gauges ensure a refined driving experience. This meticulously maintained Corvette combines classic style with robust performance. See it here.

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