Corvettes Left By VH1 A Basement In New York Brought Back To Life

CORVETTES LEFT BY VH1 IN A BASEMENT IN NEW YORK, BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE

CORVETTES

All of us have heard of VH1, the music television channel. As time passed by, at the certain point the television struggled with publicity and decided to undertake a step which was an absolute hit. The music television channel chose to give away a Corvettes collection that counted exactly 36 cars. A guy named Dennis Amodeo was the lucky winner of this collection, but he apparently was not at all in.  In the process of delivering the cars, he chose to sell a car to Peter Max, a graphic artist and by so doing, Dennis actually broke the collection.

Although the cars were a big deal at that period of time, they ended up in a basement. Or more particularly, in the former printing plant of New York Daily News in Brooklyn. However, all of that changed when a group of buyers decided to buy the whole collection and to bring it back to life. They promised the collection will be ready for auction by the following spring. Fingers crossed for those guys. Watch the following video and take a look at the incredible collection.