A Glimpse into His Beloved Chevrolet Corvette C1 ‘Baby

Every time, Kevin Hart’s outstanding car collection captures the attention of auto aficionados. The magnificent Ferrari SF90 Spider, which he proudly claimed was the first of its kind in the US, is one of his most valued belongings.

But you’ll also discover a stunning collection of muscle cars in his fleet, including the legendary Grand National and GNX as well as enduring classics like the Chevrolet Corvette C1.

More recently, Hart teased his followers with some intriguing images of him posing with the lovely vintage roadster. He appears to be “Little Swag” in these photos, displaying his apparent love of driving.

Last year’s Corvette C1 was a welcome surprise, but Hart didn’t stop there. He expanded his collection in 2022 by adding two more priceless vehicles: a 1969 Plymouth Road Runner and a 1987 Buick Grand National. At the famous 2022 SEMA Show, he proudly displayed these latest purchase while dazzling the audience with his taste in automobiles.

Hart has a particular place in his heart for the timeless beauty known as the 1959 Chevrolet Corvette C1. This roadster is a member of the first Corvette generation, which debuted in 1953 and was produced until 1962, when the Corvette C2 took its place.

Hart’s “Mint Condition” Corvette C1 has a striking Franny Green paint job, which is what motivated him to give the vehicle this distinctive moniker. This magnificent title, which has replaced the original “Fuel Injection” labeling from the car’s purchase date, can be seen on the back Corvette badge, inside the vehicle, and in silver bespoke lettering on both sides.

The actor made the wise decision to use exquisite beige leather inside the two-seat interior to highlight the historical appeal of the vehicle. With assistance from Ogden Chrome Billet aluminum parts and expert execution, Hart, Bent Custom, and this Corvette C1 were able to restore it to its former glory.

According to MagnaFlow, the Corvette’s powerplant includes a potent GM LT1 V8 engine, a 4L70e transmission, a Nick Williams billet 103mm T/B, a ProCharger billet intake, and a distinctive MagnaFlow exhaust. Hart paid an incredible $825,000 for this amazing restomod at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale in 2021, however the full cost of the improvements is still unknown.

With a mind-blowing net worth of $450 million, the actor has the resources to indulge his passion for vintage cars, spending easily up to $1 million on these timelessly beautiful vehicles.

The 1,000-horsepower 1970 Dodge Charger “Hellraiser” from SpeedKore Performance, a Porsche 911 Turbo S, a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro “Bad News,” a genuine 1987 Buick GNX, and several other outstanding automobiles are among the extraordinary vehicles in his collection.

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