Best of Chevrolet Corvette

Whether you're looking for a classic muscle car with a sleek modern design or an undisputed classic, there is a Chevy Corvette diecast model that will fill the void in your collection with style. These wonderful and long-lived cars have adapted over time, but each generation has incredible features that make it unique. From the sophisticated body designs to the amazing performance speeds, these Chevrolet Corvette diecast models from Maisto and AUTOart will add diversity and quality to your collection.

The 1957 Chevy Corvette was a stunning remake of the 1956 sports car model, with bigger and better options. While the exterior remained more or less the same, there were many changes to the interior, making it a much coveted racing car. Unlike the 1956 model, fuel injection became optional in the newer 1957 Corvette, and 4-speed manual transmission was made available after a time. The impressive vehicle had 290 hp from its constant flow GM-Rochester injection system and was among the first commercial vehicles to reach 1 hp/in3.

The 1/24 diecast model of the 1957 Chevrolet Corvette by Maisto shows off the vehicle to perfection. From the small-block V8 engine to the turquoise and white color scheme, the details are all intricately portrayed with high quality in this diecast model. Add a bit of classic color to your collection with one of America's most recognizable luxury sports vehicles.


If you're looking for something a bit more unique to add to your collection, the 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe Limited Edition diecast model by AUTOart may be just the thing. The Daytona Blue color gives the model a highly sophisticated feel, lending an air of power and fame. With the new design the Corvette became lighter, faster, and more powerful. The 1963 Corvette Coupes came with many optional luxury features including power brakes, power steering, leather interior upholstery, air conditioning, aluminum wheels, and more.

The 1963 Coupe body structure may have been lighter, but it initially contained a 36.5 gallon gas tank. Built as a racing car, some versions of the vehicle held the extra gas behind the driver's seat and could reach speeds of over 160 mph. This wonderfully detailed diecast model shows the 2-door sports vehicle to its best advantage, with opening doors that allow you to see the amazingly crafted interior and an opening hood so you can view the powerful 327 cid engine.


For those searching for an impressive modern diecast model, the 1/18 scale 2014 C7 Chevy Corvette Stingray by Maisto will add a bit of class with its regal red color and smoothly rounded design. The 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray boasts all the best modern features including, but not limited to, leather-wrapped interior panels, consoles and seats, a navigation system, an HD radio receiver, as well as heated and ventilated seats. The Z51 Performance Package also includes features such as larger forged alloy wheels, dual-compound tires, and an optional Magnetic Ride Control active-handling system with Performance Traction Management.

The diecast model of this impressive new car depicts this powerful vehicle in an attractive package. While the car can go from 0 to 60 mph in under 4 seconds, the 455 hp engine is kept safe inside of a beautifully designed body structure. The red color shows off the rich classiness of this vehicle, making this diecast model the perfect car to give your collection an extra touch of power, style, and grace.


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3 thoughts on “Best of Chevrolet Corvette”

  • Joe Arnoult

    Can't find a 2011 c6 anywhere, except race models?

  • Grebisx

    It mystifies me that you can find a model of a 1934 Hudson Terraplane, but nowhere is there a 1/18 model of a C2 roadster with a 327. i.e. no leg burners, et al hood bulges - preferably a 1965 or 66. Go figure!

  • CollectableDiecast
    CollectableDiecast July 20, 2015 at 3:56 am

    Joe and Grebisx, sorry that we don't have the models you're looking for. While we try to maintain the most diverse range of cars, there's always a few we can't get.

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