It’s been six years since Hurricane Sandy ripped through New Jersey and devastated the area. The natural disaster remains the fourth-costliest hurricane in U.S. history. However, one 1967 C2 Corvette Sting Ray endured, and it was recently found sitting in storage.
Despite the fact it was stored just 300 yards from the Atlantic ocean, the storm never left a scratch on the Corvette, according to a Hot Rod story. The garage where the owner stored the car was spared from damage, and the discoverer credits a layer of dust covering the entire car from keeping the salty air at bay.
The car remains in perfect condition and is all original with 38,000 miles. A build sheet attached to the gas tank confirms its authenticity and originality.
Now, plans for the car include preservation, not restoration, and the C2 Corvette will head to a handful of shows, including Bloomington Gold, to be shown as a survivor.