Offered For Sale by The California Automobile Museum
1993 Chevrolet Corvette C4 Coupe
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How much fun can you have for under $7,000? This beautiful red Corvette turns heads! Runs great, everything works. Paint, body and glass in excellent condition. No cracks, dings, dents or rust. Has automatic transmission, chromed wheels and removable glass roof. Owned by one of our docents, this car has not been raced or tracked.
You need a Corvette, you need a pretty Red Corvette with removable glass roof. You need this car!
The much-anticipated and now rolling-off-the-assembly-line mid-engine C8 edition of the Chevrolet Corvette is one of those cars considered to be an instant classic. But with the engine now located behind rather than in front of the driver, it should be a good time for even long-time Corvette owners to go back to school. Driving school, […]
Pete Vicari grew up in a family owned construction and real-estate development business in Harvey, Louisiana, just south of New Orleans. But he also grew up with a love of Detroit muscle cars and especially Chevrolet Corvettes. His passion for such muscular machines led to the founding 25 years ago of the Vicari Auction Company, […]
The Pick of the Day is not only beautiful, it’s brand-spanking-new!
Auctions will benefit a variety of charitable causes
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The Pick of the Day is a 1966 Sunbeam Tiger MK1A offered by a dealer in St. Louis, Missouri. The seller says that this example is a numbers-matching fresh restoration to both cosmetics and all mechanicals. The car also has a Sunbeam Tiger Owners Association (STOA) Certificate of Authenticity. The Sunbeam Tiger has an interesting […]
Chevrolet on Thursday built its last Impala, bringing to close a nameplate that dates back to 1958. The final example, finished in red, is bound for a customer and not Chevy’s own private collection. Impala production in recent years has been handled at General Motors’ Detroit-Hamtramck plant, with the big sedan built alongside the unrelated […]
As I work to clean out the storage unit I rented when I moved from Phoenix to the Las Vegas area, I keep discovering relics that draw my attention. Yesterday it was a stack of printouts of some stories I’d written earlier this century. One in particular sucked me in. Back when ClassicCars.com was a […]