First Hagerty, thanks for your Service and Products, you make owning specialty cars easier. First Corvette was a 1960, paid $800 and drove it home, It had power windows, the were slow so i “threw them away and but in crank up regulators”(how many had power windows?, YOUNG and STUPID. Drove it to 74 National Corvette Convention in Atlanta from Kenton, Ohio. No carpet, not much of a top, with my best friend, greatest adventure I ever. Had Corvettes most of my life (30 or more, wish I would have kept copies of the titles,oldest was 1958, newest was 93 Anniversary convertible) but never seen 6 or 7 figured Corvette or Mopar but happy for those who find that much enjoyment in these vehicles. Its YOUR money please ENJOY it. Currently have a #2 1981 Corvette, 4 speed, one of last St Louis cars. Can drive anywhere, not keeping it nice for the “next guy” enjoying it every time I Drive it. Please be inclusive of anyone interested in motor vehicles no matter what you “brand”. Karma, it will come back to you. Thank you again Hagerty, Enjoy the Drive.