The Grand Sport is the undeniable champion of the C4 platform. The blue paint scheme with the white stripes just set the car off like nothing else that was on the road. The blacked-out rims went with the mystique of the package which brought the Corvette line back to the racing world.
The Grand Sport is perhaps the most notable Corvette model for several reasons, and the unique design is something that still looks great to this day. While the Grand Sport might not be the rarest Corvette on the road, it certainly holds a candle to the other rare models we remembered.
The C5 is undoubtedly the best bang for the buck that you can get in a sports car, even by today’s standards. The Indy 500 Pace Car Replica is a car that you’ll still find today that looks good and performs even better. The purple and yellow paint scheme are quintessential Corvette from this era and the car looks every bit the 1990s.
Finding one won’t set you back an extreme amount of money and the rarity makes the car stand out for several reasons. The Indy 500 is still a very important part of automotive racing and the Corvettes heritage is also part of the design of this car. Pace Car replicas are a big part of the Corvette and the 1998 one was quite the unique experience.
The 50th Anniversary Edition C5 Corvette is quite rare. The highly sought-after sports car came in one of the most beautiful colors GM has ever released, Xirallic Crystal. On top of the obvious advantages that came with the beautiful exterior color, there were also a lot of new luxuries such as a navigation system.
If you want a Corvette that blends the best of the old school with the comforts of today, the 50th Anniversary Edition is a solid choice. The unique look of the car is something you might not expect to see in a Corvette from this generation. You’ll still find one for a reasonable price, which makes collecting one an attainable thing to do.
By 2004, the death knell had rung on the C5 Corvette, and that just about did it for enthusiasts. Although the C6 was a better sports car in just about every way, the C5 was the first modern Corvette that addressed a lot of the problems with the brand. The 2004 Commemorative Edition had a beautiful paint job and several upgrades to it.
The chrome rims were some of the best that GM has ever included on a car, and the interior was decked out in final edition stitching and leather. If you are wanting to collect a C5 Corvette, the 2004 Commemorative Edition may be be the car for you. The unique branding of this model coupled with the beautiful looks is hard for anyone to pass up.
The C6 Corvette ended up being one of the most popular models that were ever made. GM made several changes to the modern Z06 which included more performance upgrades. The 2007 Z06 Ron Fellows Championship Edition added to that mystique with a lot of new features.
The car looked every bit the racing Corvette that it was, coupled with the backing of Ron Fellows the performance was out of the roof. The 2007 Z06 Ron Fellows Championship Edition is of course one of the rarest Z06 models that you can get your hands on. If you enjoy road racing, this is the C6 Corvette that you are going to want to have.
Once again, GM returned to its Indy Car roots with another replica, although the exterior color of this one was a bit milder. Decked out a beautiful orange metallic, the 2007 Indy 500 Pace Car Replica was everything that drivers sought in a collectors edition Corvette.
The C5 was not much of an improvement from the interior perspective, but then again, you aren’t buying a Corvette for the luxury features. You buy a Corvette because it is a fun-to-drive car that can handle its own on the track. The 2007 Indy 500 Pace Car Replica is a beautiful example of the C6 generation.