A Gulf One Corvette Z06, one of the racing icons of the 1960’s, ruled the block of the recently held Mecum Auction. The Gulf One Corvette Z06 was sold for $1.05 million during the Kissimmee, Florida event.
The top rated vehicle was based on the DNA of the Corvette Sting Ray. The Gulf One was one of the 14 units released I in 1963 specifically designed for tourneys and was among those Don Yenko outfitted vehicles.
It was driven by the Dick Thompson, popularly known as Flying Dentist, to some campaign wins like the Puerto Rico Grand Prix and the GT3 Class Daytona of 1963.
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All Chevrolet Camaro lovers can do is wait. After the teasers and the concepts, mass production of the car to meet its scheduled release date this year may be delayed because of an interior parts contractor that is not delivering.
GM sues Cadence Innovation which in turn sues H.S. Die & Engineering. GM demands that they need production from Cadence or the remake of the classic Camaro will be delayed. Cadence, on the other hand, has a legal battle with the engineering company that supplies the former of the tools it needs.
A case in a Delaware court was filed by Cadence citing that the tool’s supplier is breaching their agreement as the H.S. Die & Engineering demands full payment before turning over the tools to Cadence.
Cadence further clarifies that the agreement with the tools maker is that they don’t have the obligation to settle their bills until 60 days after a complete assembly of cars.
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