5. Corvette Funfest C4
The Chevrolet Corvette is one of the most iconic American sports cars, and its C4 generation lived through the heyday of 80’s automotive excess. White Corvettes and white stretch limos were an everyday sight during the years of neon, gold and rock music. In a wild era where more was indeed more, Corvettes and limos always went hand in hand, but some brilliant minds decided to make a match made in 80’s heaven.
There’s not much official information on this special build besides that it made the cover of the 2010 Corvette Funfest program. What most people may not know is, unlike other limos, this stretch is V8-powered. The coloration is special too – it is white with a black to gray gradient.
This Corvette stretch limo can sit up to six people. It sold at the Mecum auction in Indianapolis in 2015 for between $20,000 and $30,000. Even though it is based on a low-slung thoroughbred sports car rather than a Lincoln or a Cadillac, the Corvette Funfest C4 has the exact looks of an 80’s stretch limo, complete with blacked-out windows and door sill lights.
While it’s neither the first nor the last Corvette-based stretch, this is an eye-catching car due to its pedigree of a cover star. It is easy to imagine it slowly cruising down the neon-clad streets of 80’s Miami Beach.