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

When it comes to Chevrolet Corvettes, there are a couple of models that enthusiasts may want to avoid.  

Firstly, the C4 Corvette (1984-1996) with the Crossfire Injection system, known for its underwhelming performance and reliability issues, is often considered less desirable.  

Additionally, the C7 Corvette (2014-2019) with the base V6 engine lacks the exhilarating power and sound that many Corvette enthusiasts crave.  

On the other hand, there are five Corvettes that hold great potential for future value appreciation.

These include the C2 Corvette Z06 (1963-1967), C3 Corvette L88 (1967-1969), C4 Corvette ZR-1 (1990-1995), C5 Corvette Z06 (2001-2004), and the C6 Corvette ZR1 (2009-2013).

These models are highly sought after due to their limited production numbers,  

powerful engines, and historical significance, making them potential investments for future Corvette collectors.