This museum condition 1980 Stingray, is quite possibly the finest C3 Corvette in the world.   This is an extremely rare and historically significant Corvette, whose sister car was in the national Corvette museum for 20 years and valued at one million dollars.    This Corvette is a “Drop dead gorgeous Rembrandt on four wheels”. It could be the center piece in any auto gallery. The thirty-five-year-old metallic lacquer paint is amazing. Take this Corvette out in the public and watch astonished people gather in admiration.         Well ahead of its time as build started in 1981 making it one of the original Restomod, Pro-Touring Corvettes. The term Pro-Touring didn’t even appear until 1993 and was credited to Mark Stielow, GM program engineering manager. Only seven hundred miles driven on this Corvette since its build was completed in 1982. Car runs and operates flawlessly and is very fast.

Ogden, Utah, United States