Non computer C4. What did you do - fit it with a carburetor and an old school distributor? How did you make the instrumentation function? Late C3s as well as every Corvette produced beyond that have on board computers.
Wish it was within my budget- it'd be in the garage! Just a lovely piece of history and then that SOUND!!! Nothing like the bark of a race prepped small block (unless it's a big block). Corvette didn't cheat (like Porsche) by relocating their engines and still calling it a production based vehicle - and they still beat up on Stuttgart's teams. I like the new C8 Vette (good job Tadge!) but I also love, and plan to keep enjoying for a long time, my C7/M7/Z07 Grand Sport. I've owned 911's in the past (a 944 and 2 993's) but nothing I've ever driven has the corner grip, balance and braking of the Grand Sport. And then there's that SOUND! Hopefully the new owner of this C7R will take this machine out on track frequently so that racing fans can see and hear it bellow for many years to come.
This will sell fast. Only a few of the Pratt and Miller cars were sold and they had no trouble finding a buyer.
The cool thing is often these cars get bought by collectors that not only collect but bring them to shows and historic races for laps where people who never got to see them run or hear the thunder get their chance,
Chip Miller has the Earnhardt C5.R from Daytona and he takes it to many events.
If these cars are not collected they would vanish in a warehouse somewhere and just rot away.
Old race cars have really taken off in the last 20 years and has saved many rare cars that would not be with us today.