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Oh Yes I have to pump some Blood into the GreenLights collections!.....Remember these!!!!!......Lets get this party going and bring out the old old times!!!!!......Hoorah!!!!!....:thumbsup:





 

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The Corvette step child. I think these starting to get more popular.
 

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You're so right

The Corvette step child. I think these starting to get more popular.
You read my mind Craig, I was at CVS waiting for my Meds, I got bore and satrted to look around. I spotted the Magazines and pick up a Chevy Performance..(This was not the title I just can't remember the name now since I didn't buy it...lol!)...and the first three pages was nothing but Corvettes of the 70's and early 80's. When I left the place I was still thinking about them, and I started to pull my GLs vettes....Boy would like to see a 75-77 Corvette....Because of a cousin of mine in Tom river NJ is currently rebuilding one a 1976 Corvette Prime for now, but he's modifying his replacing the original engine for a 396 cu or a 454 that a friend of his gave to him before heading out to Iraq (2003)....I think he would flip like he did with my small collections of vettes from 1958-82 and 2005-2010 all by Greenlight...:thumbsup:
 

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As others have illuded to, it's my absolutley least favorite era Corvette, (and cars in general) but GL managed to pull this one off nicely.
 

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The Corvette step child. I think these starting to get more popular.
To me these were the last good Corvettes for looks. They are also the last affordable Corvettes on the secondary market for the drivers/beater 1:1's although I suspect that is/has changed by now? 1984 up just looked more ordinary in my opinion. Have a few of these GL's and they are nicely done!
 

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To me these were the last good Corvettes for looks. They are also the last affordable Corvettes on the secondary market for the drivers/beater 1:1's although I suspect that is/has changed by now? 1984 up just looked more ordinary in my opinion. Have a few of these GL's and they are nicely done!
Indeed.....:thumbsup:
 
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