Rarely Seen: The Five Rarest Corvettes Money Can Buy

December 29, 2020By Rory Jurnecka writer for RM Sotheby's

The Chevrolet Corvette is, simply put, an American icon. Earning the unofficial title of "America's Sports Car," Chevy has sold roughly 1.5 million of the fiberglass-bodied machines since it threw the switch on production in 1953. Just 300 C1 Corvettes were hand-built that first year on Chevy's Flint, Michigan, assembly line, all with "Blue Flame" straig...
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12 Ridiculously Rare Sports Cars

December 29, 2020By Ian Wright in CARBUZZ

Limited-run production run cars are nothing new; exclusive vehicles built in the low hundreds and thousands act as halo cars, create collectability for a brand, and can serve as a development stage for concepts and new technology. Once in a while, though, an automaker will build fewer than 100 units of a model, or sometimes, even single-digit amounts. Reasons can vary b...
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These Are the 28 Cars Not Returning for 2021

December 29, 2020By Ian Wright in CARBUZZ

It's that time of year where automakers lean into a new model year and trim some fat from their lineups. That doesn't necessarily mean there's something fundamentally wrong with a vehicle being cut, though. Markets shift, platforms age, some cars miss the mark they're aiming for, and some vehicles simply don't sell well enough regardless of how good they are. Any which ...
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