Owning several old cars, and not rich just Careful, ANYONE, that has seen a 55-57 Chevrolet or an older Corvette loves and dreams or wishes about having one when they drive by! Anyone exclaining or portraying "not interested" is either Brain Dead, or Lying! Just my reliance on 70+ years of car and life experiences! Respectfully Silverblue58vette
No Buicks? I thought the Riviera would at least make the list. Or Wildcats from the 60s and Century's from 55-58, Invicta's from 59-62? Also, as far as affordability, the C4 Corvettes are at bargain prices right now. Even the anniversary editions and 90-95 ZR1's can be picked up at a reasonable price. Although not the pinnacle of Corvette performance, you can still find some nice ones. Very nice first generation Rivieras(63-65) may be a bit much for an entry level purchase, but there has been an uptick in values(71-73) of the other generations(8 total). But some that may need a little work can be picked up at affordable prices for someone that wants to get into the hobby.