The Retro-Corvette industry is exploding onto the scene and is being fueled by such names as Art Morrison Enterprises, Tray Walden’s The Street Shop, Billy Dawson and others. The rage for retro is fueling Detroit who is spending multi millions as well, with the advent of the new Mustang, the Dodge Challenger and GM’s Camaro. Also I see that the famed Yenko Chevrolet is gearing up to build retro-Corvette’s. Only re-enforcing that this market is going to be around for quite some time. Continuing America’s love affair with the classic muscle car era.
Again, this only ensures the viability of the market that is now bursting upon us. These retro-Corvettes are here to stay. Not only are the bodies better built but they have up to date suspension and breaking systems for better safety and handling. We are confident this is a big step in the evolution of the classic Corvette, allowing the driver to move beyond a weekend experience.
In addition, the retro-Corvette’s are selling for thousands more than restored originals.
We believe that the new Corvette’s will be as popular and desirable as the old 1932 Roadsters have been.
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