2021 Chevy Corvette 3LT

The 2021 Chevy Corvette is still a fresh revelation to us. Chevy switched to a mid-engine layout for the first time in the model’s history last year, and the excitement is still through the roof. It has a unique exotic design to go along with its exotic layout, but Chevy still managed to integrate traditional Corvette styling into the package. The LT2 V8 engine itself is an evolution of the previous Corvette motor, making a hair more power than before. However, there is no manual transmission, only an eight-speed dual-clutch gearbox. On paper, we think the C8 is a total knockout. It’s available in coupe (T-top) and convertible body styles for 2021, and the performance statistics are otherworldly. From a numbers and specs perspective, the C8 has everything beat at its price point.

This vehicle was one of Brian Wedding's personal cars and has been driven less than 300 miles!

VIN: 1G1YC2D43M5107953

1978 Ferrari 308

The Ferrari 308 GTB Berlinetta and Targa topped 308 GTS are V8 mid-engined, 2-seater sports cars manufactured by the Italian company Ferrari from 1975 to 1985. The Pininfarina-styled Ferrari 308 GTB was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in 1975 as a supplement to the Bertone-shaped 2+2 Dino 308 GT4 and a direct replacement for the 2-seater Dino 246.1978 was the last year carburetor cars were made and this is the last year that Ferraris were hand-made., This vehicle is in amazing condition with all maintenance records and documentation. The car comes in an extremely desirable black-on-black color. Only has 16155 all original miles.

2018 Chevy Corvette Z06

2018 Chevy Corvette Z06 features a 1LZ supercharged 650 HP Engine. This is the most powerful production Corvette engine ever made. This is one of Brian Wedding's personal vehicles and the fastest Corvette we have going in this auction.

VIN: 1G1YP2D68J5601355

1967 Chevy Impala

Named for the African antelope-like its Impala predecessors, the Chevy Impala featured the graceful animal as its logo also. Soon, this badge would become synonymous with high performance. The 1967 Chevrolets underwent a facelift, creating a coke bottle shape that was exaggerated, and front and rear fenders had a pinched line along the top. The two-door Hardtop now has a long smooth roofline, sweeping down the trunk. The grille was extended to wrap around the front fenders and a collapsible steering column was added.

1966 Dodge Hemi Coronet

Dodge reintroduced the Coronet name to its lineup in 1965 as a replacement to the company’s 330 and 440 models. The new Coronet, a nameplate absent since 1959, was a mid-sized line built on a 117-inch wheelbase. Styling was a simple slab-sided look, with a big greenhouse and a single beltline. The grille was flat with vertical bars and it had vertical taillights. The 1966 Dodge Coronet received a dramatic restyling that complemented Dodge’s new Charger fastback. The cars were shorter and wider, with sculpted sides and bold character lines at the top and bottom of the fenders. Mesh grilles with turn signals at the end were balanced by large square taillights. A Deluxe trim was added to the range as well. The 440-c.i. Wedge V-8 replaced the 413-c.i. engine, and a 426-c.i. The Hemi delivered 0-60 mph in 6.1 seconds and a quarter-mile run in 14.5 seconds.

This is the exact vehicle depicted in the video below where the rich history and condition of this car is detailed. The car was purchased from Brian and Rick Mileham and has only been driven 13879 miles.

VIN: WH23H67270882

1965 Ford Mustang

Introduced in April of 1964 as an “early” 1965 model, its European flair could be traced to designer Roy Lunn, who had worked for Aston Martin, ex-Packard engineer Roy Misch and Ford stylist Eugene Bordinat. The first prototype was built in 100 days in the summer of 1962. It is based around a strong, lightweight unibody, with multiple bracing, minimal brightwork, and a European-style recessed sporty grille. Equipped with bucket seats, it could be as humble as a 101 hp 170 cid, 6-cylinder grocery-getter, or as fast as a 220 bhp 289 cid V-8. Starting in June 1964, a hi-performance 271 bhp version of the 289 was introduced, equipped with a 4-speed, quick steering, and special handling package.

1965 Chevy Corvette Stingray

The 1965 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray underwent several major changes from the 1964 model, including the welcome addition of standard four-wheel disc brakes. In mid-March, a new L78 396 cid “big-block” V-8 was offered, developing 425 bhp and with transistor ignition. This was the last year for the fuel-injected 375-bhp L84. There wouldn’t be another fuel-injected engine until 1982. On the styling front, the 1965 Corvette added three functional vents to the front fenders, and 396 big-block cars stand out thanks to the power bulge in the hood. The grille bars became black and the instruments restyled with flat black faces.

This car scored a 99.7% with the National Corvette Restorers society making it the most correct and pristine 1965 Corvette on the market today. This car was also featured in the Dream Car Museum because of its amazing condition. It has only been driven 76455 miles.

VIN: 1943755102598

1963 Chevy Corvette

The 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray took the sports car world by storm. Derived from Bill Mitchell’s 1957 SS racer and XP-720 prototype, it sports hidden headlights, a knife-edge front, and a horizontal rib around the car. New fastback coupe bodywork featured a split-back window and doors that cut into the roof. The top speed ranged from 118-150 mph and 0-60 mph from 9.1 to 5.8 seconds. Suspension is fully independent with front coil springs and a frame-mounted rear differential, transverse leaf spring, and u-jointed half shafts. With its radical appearance, the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is lively and easy to drive.

This car was featured in the Dream Car museum in Evansville, IN and has only been driven 68977 miles.

VIN: 30837S104490