Barn Finds & Hidden Gems Display at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals


 “Kevin Mackay says his 1960 gasser-style Corvette has 36,000 “hardcore” miles on it. He traced its history back to 1962, when it was a white and black street-racing Vette with a fuelie motor. A later owner put it through its gasser transformation in 1966, with a straight front axle, a narrowed grille, metalflake bronze and gold paint, and a 396/TH400 swap out of a buddy’s drag-race Camaro. That owner parked the car in the 1970s until it changed hands in 2008; Mackay bought it in 2014. “It’s a real time capsule,” he says, “and it runs and drives. I just changed the fluids and the battery and it started right up. It’s more valuable as a nostalgia piece than a restored car.”

Source article: Hotrod Magazine