10. 1963 Corvette Grand Sport Roadster
During the 60s, there was a rare sports car known as the Shelby Cobra. The lightweight race car was designed by Carroll Shelby and was winning all kinds of different races around the world. So never one to be outdone, GM decided to build their own version. GM utilized the Corvette chassis and introduced the world to the 1963 Corvette Grand Sport. The rare sport coupe only weighed a total of 1,900 pounds, propelled by that powerful V8 engine. This Corvette was truly a monster on the track, and a total of five were built.
Finding one of these Corvette models is a rarity, but if you do come across one it’s going to cost a lot of money. The 1963 Grand Sport was GM’s answer to Shelby, and this is a little-known performance car that demands respect. The Grand Sport stands out from the crowd and left an imprint on the Corvette lineup forever.