According to their website, Vintage Vettes handles a large assortment of pristine straight-axle Corvettes. Even as I went behind the building and opened the steel door, I did not see how this dark, dismal place could be what I was looking for. I introduced myself to a couple of guys sitting at desks plugging away on their computers, and they welcomed me to take a look in the next room. Suddenly I realized that my initial impressions were way off.
on display at the Corvette Museum. I just assumed that it was the same car, but the Dements assured me that it wasn’t. ’55 was a great year for the Corvette, because it still had that Motorama dream car vibe, but it had some added punch thanks to the new 265-c.i. small-block V8.
you can read about it here.
But for pictures of Tennessee’s Vintage Vettes, you can check out the slideshow below, or click this link for a nicer version.