Want to buy a Greenwood Corvette for $5,000? Casey Putsch has one

The youth-oriented not-for-profit is selling the car -- but there is a caveat.

Casey Putsch is offering a Greenwood-bodied Corvette for $5000

Casey Putsch of the not-for-profit Genius Garage in Toledo, Ohio, is offering a 1969 Greenwood-bodied Corvette C3 race car, known as “Sluggy,” that has more than 90 SCCA, IMSA and Trans-Am victories in the hands of Bill “Snoopy” Wessell for a paltry $5,000… But there is a caveat.

Putsch, who’s Genius Garage program has exposed more than 50 college students to hands-on automotive and aeronautics programs, is an outspoken critic of the current bourgeois-state of the vintage and classic car world.

Putsch’s program has seen much success, and his notoriety has grown immensely with his “working-class hero” YouTube vlog that has more than 50,000 subscribers. His criticism of the specialty car markets and vintage racing are resonating with numerous people. He feels that it is the current stewards of the hobby who are preventing young people from getting involved.

So he’s selling the historic Corvette with a simple caveat: “Only a young person who will restore it, race it, and not sell it, may purchase the car. This is to keep it out of the wealthy car collector’s ‘museums’ and collections who are destroying the future of classic cars by hoarding cars and inflating the prices,” he said.

“To care about the future requires actions that are in its best interest,” he added.

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You can watch the video, but know that Putsch seeks business plans from eligible buyers. You can contact Genius Garage here.



  1. Your terms should be both five years and “x” number of races finished. That way you’ll know it will actually be used.

  2. Liked the presentation for the C3 Corvette, look forward to a taker.
    I’m an old dude, who races vintage Corvettes and enjoy the participation. My son also drives in vintage with a Corvette, but he is 34.

    • Casey Putsch is an interesting character who I am proud to count amongst my best friends. I like his outlook on the future of car culture — and his Genius Garage program actually puts his money where his mouth is… I would love this car in a restoration situation too — but alas! I too am an old dude… Thanks for reading, Bob!

  3. At age 63 I don’t qualify but thanks for reminding me why I restored my 73 Vette. It’s time to get some stone chips on that paint job. Keep the greasy side down. Randy

  4. Not for me, I have someone in mind. Very important to have the maturity to truly understand the opportunity and the responsibility.


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