Which of these third-generation Corvettes would you add to your collection?
Keeping the same basic shape as the prior generation, the C3 slowly evolved into a more modern-looking car. Performance fluctuated throughout this generation as well, thanks to changing regulations, but the looks reamins so wildly popular, that it kept the body style around for so long - the longest running generation, to be exact. Here are some highlights you can find at the upcoming Maple Brothers Auction.
1971 Chevy Corvette
Powered by a 350 cubic inch V8 engine, backed by a 4-speed manual transmission, this sharp Corvette is going to turn heads. It comes with the factory radio, removable t-tops, has the original paint and interior. See it here.
1968 Chevy Corvette
A numbers matching 327 cubic inch V8 L79 engine moves the wheels of this striking white Corvette. It’s a numbers matching car and has power brakes, steering, and windows. It’s full of new parts, see it here.
1971 Chevy Corvette Convertible
This triple black car with black paint, black interior, and black convertible top will steal every show. It is powered by a 350 cubic inch engine, which is backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. It has power brakes and steering, and new tires. See it here.
Maple Brothers Auctions invites you to register to bid and consign your vehicle(s) for our Dallas auction, being held November, 18th-19th in Dallas Market Hall. Over 400 vehicles ranging from sports and muscle car, customs, hot rods, pickup and more are expected to cross the auction block. Many will be sold at NO RESERVE. To get more information visit https://www.maplebrothersauction.com