Special-edition Corvettes are the tip of the spear when it comes to American auto manufacturers’ special models. The 1967 L88 convertible, 1969 aluminum block ZL1, and 2015 Z06 #001 have all commanded ＄1 million or more. Modern dealer-tuned cars from Lingenfelter, Calloway, and Hennessey have carried the tradition of making a great Corvette even better. Extremely-low-mileage 1978 Pace Cars indicate that people have thought of these cars as investments for nearly 40 years.
Keith Cornett of Corvetteblogger.com has gathered a Murderer’s Row of special-edition Corvettes in this first compilation on the subject. This book is an encyclopedia of information about some of the rarest Corvettes on the planet, and will serve as a guide if you’re looking to add one of these special machines to your collection.