March 7, 2019 0 By Mike Vietro

It has been confirmed that the #63 and #64 Corvette racing teams are once again going to Le Mans to take on their old Foes.

The teams will return to race in France on June 15th with an identical lineup to last year. Racing for the No. 63 Corvette C7.R will be Jan Magnussen, Antonio Garcia and Mike Rockenfeller, while the No. 64 Corvette C7.R will be driven by Oliver Gavin, Tommy Milner and Marcel Fassler.

The competition in the GTE Pro Class will once again be fierce with Porsche and Ford stacking the deck by brining 4 cars each, Ferrari will bring 3 cars and BMW, Aston Martin and Corvette only bringing 2 cars each.

This may be the last year the C7.R competes at the 24 Hours of Le Mans as Corvette Racing is expected to switch to the new mid-engine Corvette C8.R for the 2020 racing season. It will be interesting how the new C8.R runs against the rest of the GTE entries like the Ford GT with more up-to-date racing features.

Discounted Parts Table Items

Pictures Available Upon Request.

corvette parts fuel injection
This F.I. unit was taken off of a ’57 Corvette engine.  It has been completely rebuilt and is ready to be installed.  What is needed is the distributor and air cleaner unit (not included).
The numbers are as follows: Serial # 2102. Part #7014520.  Air Meter #7014521A.  Fuel Meter #7014522 which is a mid-1957 fitment for either a 250hp or 283hp engine.
Price: $6,950 $5,350

  • 1956 – 1960 Corvette Hardtop – Charcoal/Red. Price: $5,995  $4,888
  • 1991 ZR-1 Owner’s Kit – Complete and like new. Price: $650 $375. Two sets available at this price.
  • 1968-1969 L88 Holley 4bbl carburetor – Completely rebuilt (by Jerry Luck) and ready to install. 3925519 R4054A 861. Price: $4,500 $3,500.

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1982 White/Silver straight out of Bowling Green, KY

This ’82 is in pristine condition throughout with very low miles only 6900 in a rare color combination (1 of only 664 built).

Priced at: $32,500 and Good until sold or Mike puts it back in his stable in San Diego.

Trades accepted. Excellent financing.

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1982 Silver Blue Corvette Coupe
What Mike likes about this car:
“1982 was a very good year indeed. How many guys can say they started up a business from pure passion?

Applied for and got approved as a California licensed and bonded car dealer and started buying and selling Corvettes to make a living. Well I’m here to tell you; can’t be many. Bottom line the 1982 Corvette holds a special place in my heart. And not only mine but being the last of the true Sting Ray Corvettes with those coke bottle curves is a favorite among all Collectors. Watch what happens in the years ahead.

Just remember, Mike told you!!!

The original and subsequent owner’s of this beautiful ’82 must have felt it was worth keeping in pristine condition, because it’s still looks almost as good as the day it left Bowling Green! The car has been used only sparingly during it’s lifetime having only been driven 14k miles! It’s also very correct, having earned the coveted N.C.R.S. Top Flight Award!

The color combination of Silver Blue w/Dk. Blue interior is unusual and beautiful. It also happens to be a great driver!
Powered by a 350/200hp, 4-speed automatic transmission.
Docs include the original Window Sticker, Owner’s Kit and original dealer brochure.
 Stock #: 6139 – $26,500

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