Classics 1954 Chevy Corvette From Brian Wedding Collection Is Now Available On Proxibid
1965 L78 Corvette: Making The Best Out Of GMs Ridiculous Rules
Chevrolet has always done a good with the Corvette, but in 1965 they almost out-did themselves. Chevrolet really started to ramp up the Corvette's performance after the successes of the 327-cid engine and had it not been for a ridiculous GM rule limiting displacement based on vehicle size, the 1965 Corvettes high-performance option probably would have been a 427-cid engine. © Provided by Motorious However, thanks to the specially tuned 425-horsepower 396-cid big block engine, nobody missed the 427 engine option that didn’t exist for the 1965 Corvette.
Earlier this week, the news broke that the Brian Wedding Collection was heading to auction in Indiana. Now bidders can place their bid from anywhere thanks to Proxibid.
In 1954, the Chevrolet Corvette entered its second year of production. 1954 Corvettes were very similar to the 1953 model, with a couple of key differences. There’s lots to love about the, but one of the top reasons is the amazing, classic design. This certainly is an excellent example of the drop-dead gorgeous nature of these .
For the 1954 year model, one major change was the addition of other colors than white. This beautiful Flame Blue example is a perfect representation of why GM added more colors to the line. It's powered by a 235 cubic inch engine and paired with an automatic transmission. As a part of the Brian Wedding Collection, you can soon be the one to.
Facebook Find 1965 Chevy Impala SS
Believe it or not, this is a sedan, and we’ll explain how… It’s always interesting to see the contraptions people post for sale on Facebook Marketplace, like this 1965 Chevrolet Impala SS sedan. Your initial reaction to this listing might be the same as ours: sedans have four doors and that thing doesn’t. Yep, that’s absolutely true, but someone thought it would be a good idea to chop this Chevy up and take out those rear doors. Now we want to see them do a modern Dodge Charger.The aftermath of this rental McLaren 720 S crash isn't pretty. Take a look here.
is an all inclusive collection of cars that began with American muscle and shifted focus to other highly desirable sports cars, imports, and exotics. This incredible collection is home to Ford, Dodge, and Chevrolet cars alongside some Ferraris, Porsches, Datsuns, Maseratis, and others. All of these cars have been thoroughly enjoyed and well maintained and now it is time to give another collector a turn.
On Friday, June 25th at 10 AM and Saturday, June 26th at 10 AM,will be auctioned off at the RoofClaim.com headquarters in Evansville, IN. Over 50 classic cars, trucks, and other items from the Brian Wedding Collection will be sold at No-Reserve along with many other offerings. This classic car & equipment auction will include everything from collectible automobiles, gas pumps and vintage road art and signage, and a surplus of heavy equipment from .
Chevy Corvette remained fastest-selling car in March, Toyota RAV4 Prime not far behind
The Corvette's inventory likely remains in short supply, and ditto for the RAV4 Prime.Still, according to new data from iSeeCars on Wednesday covering the month of March, a Corvette only stuck around at a dealership for 9.4 days on average. The average time to sell a vehicle sits at 47.4 days for all new vehicles, underscoring how quickly a Corvette in stock turns into a sale. While General Motors works to build the sports car as quickly as possible for eager fans, the second-place finisher is pretty surprising.
Some of the other classic cars that are of particular interest are a 1963 Split Window Chevy Corvette, a 1965 Ford Mustang, a 1966 Dodge Coronet, and a 1967 Chevy Impala. A 2018 Chevy Corvette Z06 and a 2021 Chevy Corvette 3LT will represent the more modern offerings of the collection.
This auction is one that you will not want to miss. For more information on the Brian Wedding Collection and this RoofClaim.com auction click. Or your bid can be place on Proxibid by .
LS9 1967 Chevy Chevelle Is The Best Of All Worlds .
Are you ready to experience LS magic in an old-school hero? Some cars will make you stop in your tracks every time you see one, and for us, the 1967 Chevy Chevelle is one of those cars. It’s often overshadowed by the more muscular body styles that would soon follow, but in the mid-late 1960s Chevelle exudes class, style, and the perfect amount of aggression. Ones like this example, available through OK Classic classic car auction, are a reminder of how impressive the models really are, and this one hides an LS surprise under the hood.