first of all, All of these cars are completely original with #s matching.
The 1st car is a 53 and is the 64th corvette EVER TO BE BUILT
the 2nd pic is it's engine; a straight 6 flueflame engine
the 3rd pic is a '58 and was the first corvette my friend ever restored
pics 6-7 are a '63 split window coupe (If you look in the back you can see my friend talking to my cousin. Maybe i should blur their faces. I imagine they don't want their faces to be posted on the internet), the next 3 are of its engine a 327 SB
the 11th pic is a ORIGINAL BLACK '54, they only made 4 and yes, its original
the 12th pic is its front end
This one is my favorite: a 67 427/435 Stingray Convertible. "the cream of the crop" is what my friend called it
the following is the '67 427 435 3x2 engine
the next is a 68 427 convertible
the next 3 are of a 72 454 stingray, yes i noticed the crooked "5" in "454"
The next car is one of his faves, a 75 pace car with 400 original miles, most of them he put on himself. It has never been registered and still has the original paper liners in the door from when it was shipped
Then the 75's engine (454)
I forget the year of the next one but he restored it himself
This next one (the white one on the lift) is EXTREMELY SPECIAL. It is the last stingray EVER built. It's a '76 obviously.
then a '65 ( i think)
I don't remember the year of the orange one, but he restoed it himself
The yellow one is an '86 pace car
The seat is a faux corvette rear end that he wants to use as seats in his restaurant that he will hopefully build (it will be attached to his Corvette musem which is in the works)
Those are just SOME of his cars, he also has a '63 dragster that does wheelies and has a parachute, it was stretched 6 inches and runs the quarter mile in the 8's. His daily driver is a '58 hotrod. (neither of which i got to see this trip
If you have any questions feel free to ask!