Corvette Barn Finds

Under 37K Miles! 1974 Corvette

Yes, it’s another C3, but this one has some truly nice points. As usual, I’m very skeptical of ultra-low mileage claims. However, this one has some merit, although I have no idea how they have certified… more»

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Only Needs 2 Percent? 1972 Corvette

The seller describes this 1972 Corvette as “98% restored.” This reminds me of how my definition of rust differs from some sellers’ definitions. Submitted by Barn Finds reader Streamliner, this disassembled Corvette might be a project… more»

Which Way Do We Go With This Needy 1954 Corvette?

Look carefully at the front of this car.  Now, I know it looks like the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man’s face from Ghostbusters, but don’t get distracted.  This one is going to take some thinking on all… more»

The C3 I Want: 1973 Corvette

Right off the bat, if you’ve read Barn Finds for a while you know I think C3 Corvettes are a bargain. What you don’t know is that unlike most commenters (and I suspect staff members), I actually… more»

Stunning Survivor: 1972 Chevrolet Corvette

As a Corvette owner, and as someone who was formerly active in a local Corvette club, I can tell you that there are three types of Corvette owners. I fell into the first group, which is… more»

Sports Car Or Rat Rod: 1969 Chevrolet Corvette

There is nothing sadder to see than a great classic car that has gone up in flames. Although at first glance, this 1969 Corvette Stingray sort of takes on the appearance of a custom built “rat… more»

No Longer Silver: Greenwood Corvette 25th Anniversary

Corvettes that sport a Greenwood body kit are somewhat rare, but they still seem to trade hands fairly often despite relatively low production numbers. The rub is always how much of a hand the Greenwood brothers… more»

Reader Find: Barbie Doll Corvette

Barn Finds reader Bill W submitted what can be conservatively referred to as an interesting Craigslist find. This 1985 Corvette can be found for sale here on craigslist in New Jersey, with no price advertised and with 29,000… more»

Proto-AeroWagen: 1974 Corvette Shooting Brake

Have you seen the sexy new Callaway AeroWagen shooting brake conversion for the C7 Corvette? It adds striking style, greater cargo capacity, and improved aerodynamic efficiency to any new ‘Vette—but at a cost of $14,990 for… more»

Retired Early: No Reserve 2000 Corvette

While an earlier model than we typically feature, this 2000 Corvette convertible was simply too intriguing not to post up for your viewing pleasure. Plus, what’s more American than a Corvette? So, it’s an entirely appropriate… more»

Rot-Free Frame: Barn Find 1965 Corvette

This recently discovered 1965 Corvette convertible is said to need everything, but it fortunately has a rot-free frame that will justify the expense of putting it right. The seller notes the motor and transmission are present… more»

Just Needs Brakes: 1981 Corvette

It looks like this Corvette has received some custom touches, but it looks to mostly be cosmetic. The seller doesn’t offer much information, but claims it has been parked for the past 17 years. It’s going… more»

Rare in Yellow: 1986 Corvette Indy Pace Car

I blame Matchbox for making me not appreciate the years when a yellow Corvette Indy 500 Pace Car was an easy car to find. As a kid, this was one of numerous toy cars in my… more»