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C1 Corvette Registry Guest Book

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What was the first model year a big blog was fitted to a production Corvette?
 
 
Jeffrey lee
[02/18/2020]
I have a 1962 Corvette Vin number 647 I was trying to find out what my vet was originally sold with
Tim Wardlaw
[11/26/2019]
Any info on my '62, Vin # 20867S106015. Ive owned it since 2000 and I bought it from Cris Kehr in Jeff City, Mo. He thought the car came from Houston, Tx but wasn't sure.Any help on the car's history will be appreciated.
Steve Wittler
[11/08/2019]
I have the original block for 62 Corvette VIN 20867s111887, 340 horse..Block 2111887 F0518RE
Timothy Keeler
[10/19/2019]
Looking for my 1962 Corvette I owned in the early 1970s while living in Westchester County NY - 20867S107322 - It was Ermine White / black interior with a Powerglide. At this point of my life I would love to find it or at least know what happened to it. It was my first car !!
JD
[10/14/2019]
Exploring this website
John Crepeau
[10/11/2019]
Trying to locate my 1958 Corvette VIN J58S105560 last located in Northern California (Concord) in 1971. I sold the car to John Bailey on April 22, 1971 (my mistake!) for $700. Anyone know the whereabouts???
Andy Chasar
[09/29/2019]
Trying to locate a '57 Vette VIN# E57S104686. My Dad bought it new and owned it for 2 years. Although he passed away in late 2017, my Mom still has in her possession the original bill of sale from a dealer in Johnstown, Pa. The only info I can find for him is that according to the C1 Registry, the car sold on eBay in 2004. The last time he saw it was when he traded it in on a 1959 Impala convertible. At that time, he was driving each week to Cleveland for work and then back to Pennsylvania on the weekends. He let my aunt drive the Vette and she backed into a concrete pillar and tore off the right rear quarter. He took it to the dealer the next morning to see about getting it fixed and was told that the car needed to be sent to Pittsburgh for repairs and it would take from 1 to 3 months. He didn't have that kind of time so he traded it on the spot because he needed to be back to work in Cleveland on Monday morning.
Eventhough Dad is gone, I think it would still be cool to locate the car. The Vette was black with silver coves, but when he owned it he had the coves painted red along with the two raised areas on the hood. Thanks in advance, Andy Chasar cell: (330)206-3220 or email: p155ing@yahoo.com
jdesimone
[09/08/2019]
Still looking for my husbands first car. 1962 Almond Beige with red interior, VIN #20867S105605. Would love to find it. Anniversary coming up.
Neale Jackson
[08/14/2019]
My wife owns E54S004639 which I am told is the second last '54. It is polo white with red interior and is in the UK, having been brought here via Switzerland, where it spent 15 years or so with a well known GM collector (and owner of Switzerland's largest GM dealer). He auctioned a number of significant 'vettes in Geneva on 10 March 2003, of which this is one.
Our car is also featured in Stephen Bayley's book on the most beautiful cars ever made.
It is still used in summer and is in beautiful condition.
James Keegan
[08/08/2019]
they only built 6339 1957 corvettes. you have a 6400 listed......
PAPABEAR
[07/02/2019]
LOOKING FOR ORIGINAL PAPERS WHEN PURCHASED ON MY 59 VETTE VIN
Kevin Kirsch
[06/15/2019]
proud owner of a 1960 C1. Tasco turquoise with white coves.
john cool
[04/30/2019]
i own a 1960 corvette
Bill Ronecker
[04/29/2019]
I found my loan paper when I purchased my 1962 Corvette on Aug 27, 1965. The original owner was MR. Tetrault (now deceased) I was second owner, car had 27K miles on it, paid $1,800 for it. Was 250 HP , 4 speed, both tops,AM/FM Radio. White with red interior. I put 2 4bbl carbs on it from a 283 vette. The next two owners were Jim McRae and Jim Day about 1967. McRae blew the engine and had it replaced with higher performance rebuilt motor. The VIN is 20867S107601. I am curious if the car still exists. My email is ronecker@juno.com
BRUNO LOMBARDO
[04/20/2019]
want to register my 1957 corvette
 
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