The year is 1993. You’ve got Informer by Snow playing on your Sony Walkman, and life is sweet. Then you see it out of the corner of your eye and Whoomp! There it is: a brand new 40th Anniversary Chevrolet Corvette, its Ruby paint shimmering in the summer heat.
Fast-forward 22 years and you’re still pining to own that same special-edition Corvette. You’re older, (slightly) wiser, and you’ve got a bit of disposable income. Well, we’ve got some good news for you and your 90s nostalgia kick: you could be the proud owner of a 40th Anniversary Corvette in two weeks if you head down to Denver and catch the Mecum auction June 12-13.
And this one’s got all the goodies: matching ruby interior (standard on 40th cars), dual power seats, Z07 adjustable suspension, FX3 selective ride control, ZR1 performance package, Delco Bose Gold stereo with CD & Cassette and a row-your-own six-speed manual. Of course you’ll also get the matching 40th anniversary trim and emblems and a sweet 350 ci (5.7L), 300 hp LT1 V8 out front.
Though there’s no price on it just yet, we suspect you could get your hands on this loaded 40th Anniversary special for less than six figures. Just don’t forgot the Snow.