David S. Wallens
David S. Wallens Editorial Director
7/2/21 8:13 a.m.

One of the most iconic sports cars ever built–the 1968-’82 Corvette–can fill nearly any niche, from entry-level classic or open-top roadster to six-figure heirloom or big-block bruiser. 

“Plain and simple, it is beautiful,” says Dave Hardy, a longtime SCCA offici…

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Bardan New Reader
8/28/22 2:33 p.m.

A little more detail on the rust issues would be helpful. No mention of the "Birdcage" that supports the passenger  area body panels. It can rust heavily and be hard to detect. "A frame" rust? That's the wrong end of the frame to look for disaster. The "kick up" just ahead of the rear wheels is the initial frame problem area. And it's easy for an unscrupulous seller to spray thick rustproofing goo over the frame to hide it. Another issue is the vacuum system in early cars. It operates the headlights and windshield wiper cover. Tracking down a leak here can be time consuming.
If you aren't familiar with the C3, find someone who is before shopping.

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