Our story on a 1978 Chevrolet Corvette for sale with just 4.1 miles resurrects a perpetual question: Which cars available today would be worth putting into extended storage, banking on a time when the original sale price would seem like a bargain?
When you put a 1978 Silver Anniversary Corvette away with 4.1 miles on the odometer, does it guarantee collectible status? We’re about to find out, now that this example is being offered on eBay.
You've plunked down your money on the new car, and now the dealer says that they're "getting it ready for you". What's reallly going on back there?