Since the Chevrolet Corvette hit the market in 1953, the vehicle has been one of the most recognizable and desired American vehicles ever made. But some desire could be considered unwanted, as National Insurance Crime Bureau statistics have found that over 90,000 of the 1,526,747 ‘Vettes built throughout history have been victims of theft. That translates to roughly six percent of all models in history, and one in 10 over the past 30 years.
The most stolen Corvette was the C4 model — especially the 1984 model year, where thieves made off with nearly 17 percent of the 51,547 models built that year over the course of time. Now we’re left to wonder what the numbers look like for the Cadillac Escalade.