The second Corvettes at Carlisle features anniversary celebrations, and the sale of a moss-covered barn find
Photo gallery courtesy Carlisle Events
The Corvettes at Carlisle gathering celebrated the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Chevrolet sports car, and especially the L88 model. Only 20 such vehicles were produced, Carlisle Events noted, and only 16 of them are known to exist. Yet 8 of them were together recently in Building T at the Carlisle Fairgrounds in Pennsylvania.
The L88s comprised the Chips Choice Display, named for Carlisle Events co-founder Chip Miller, and together their estimated value was $30 million — or maybe more.
In all, more than 5,000 Corvettes were on hand for the four-day event that also included the 30th anniversary of Callaway Cars, the well-known Corvette tuner.
In addition to a downtown cruise-in, burnouts, swap meet and more, there was a sale-by-owner car corral, where a moss-covered barn-found 1956 Corvette sold for nearly $10,000.
Dates also were announced for the 2018 event. Mark your calendars for August 23-26.2 comments