The ‘90s to ‘00s Corvette is, in many ways, a car without vices. It drives well, it handles well, with a V8, a stick shift, and rear-wheel drive. It even has pop up headlights. And yet.

Just as it is a perfect execution of the performance automobile, one that’s affordable and reliable, it is also the car of choice for someone who has a wall of Jurassic Park collector plates, as Regular Car Reviews so eloquently explains.

Watch the whole video and hear him explain the good and the bad, the ethos and the mythos of the Corvette that GM told me was the best all through my childhood.


Raphael Orlove is features editor for Jalopnik.

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