2 Chevrolet Corvettes We Wouldn't Touch With A Ten-Foot Pole (5 That Will Be Worth A Fortune)

While there are several Chevrolet Corvettes worth considering, there are a couple that enthusiasts may want to approach with caution.

Firstly, the C3 Corvette (1968-1982) with the early emission-controlled engines, particularly the 1975-1981 models,

are often plagued with performance and reliability issues, making them less desirable for collectors.

Additionally, the C4 Corvette (1984-1996) with the Doug Nash "4+3" manual transmission has a reputation for being problematic and prone to failures.  

However, there are five Corvettes that are expected to appreciate in value. These include the C2 Corvette Stingray (1963-1967), C3 Corvette ZR1 (1970-1972),  

C4 Corvette Grand Sport (1996), C5 Corvette Z06 (2001-2004), and the C6 Corvette ZR1 (2009-2013).  

These models, known for their performance, limited production numbers, and historical significance,