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Who owns the Corvette from the movie Corvette Summer?

This isn’t the original Corvette Summer car, as that had a right-wheel drive conversion and the cool bowtie tail lights. That car is part of the collection owned by MA Motorworks owner Mike Yeager.

Who owns the Corvette from the movie Corvette Summer?

This isn’t the original Corvette Summer car, as that had a right-wheel drive conversion and the cool bowtie tail lights. That car is part of the collection owned by MA Motorworks owner Mike Yeager.

Is there a movie called Corvette Summer?

Corvette Summer is a 1978 American adventure comedy film directed by Matthew Robbins. It was Mark Hamill’s first screen appearance after the unexpected success of Star Wars the previous year. Hamill stars as a California teenager who heads to Las Vegas to track down his beloved customized Corvette Stingray.

What happened to the Corvette used in Corvette Summer?

One of the cars had been rear-ended and ended up in a junkyard, ostensibly to be crushed and killed off. But the Producer Matthew Robbins and Director Hal Barwood found it, took it off the junkyard for cheap, and then sent it off to Korky’s Kustom Studios to be actually built, along with the other one.

Who is streaming Corvette Summer?

Roku
How to watch on Roku Corvette Summer. A student hooker (Annie Potts) in a van picks up a Las Vegas-bound teen (Mark Hamill) on the trail of a stolen Stingray. Streaming on Roku. Corvette Summer, a comedy drama movie starring Mark Hamill, Annie Potts, and Eugene Roche is available to stream now.

What streaming service is Corvette Summer on?

You are able to stream Corvette Summer by renting or purchasing on Google Play, Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, and Vudu.

How much is the Corvette from Corvette Summer worth?

Lot #925 – “Corvette Summer” inspired this car offered by Gas Monkey Garage….Lot #925 1972 CHEVROLET CORVETTE.

Auction Scottsdale 2016
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Lot 925
Year 1972
Make CHEVROLET

Who designed the car for Corvette Summer?

5 Dislike The Fixed, Square Headlights The headlights were now fixed and squarish in shape, looking more like they belonged at home with a Chevy Caprice rather than a Corvette. And yet, at the time, the two Corvettes for the movie were built for $60,000 by car customizer Richard Korkes.

What age is Annie Potts?

69 years (October 28, 1952)Annie Potts / Age

What year was Corvette Summer the movie?

June 2, 1978Corvette Summer / Initial release

Why is the Corvette right hand drive in Corvette Summer?

Potts got pins in her legs whilst Hamill got a broken nose. The Corvette car was a 1973 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray converted to right hand drive so that Mark Hamill could hang out of the curbside window looking at the ladies.

Who played Vanessa in Corvette Summer?

Annie Potts
Cast: Mark Hamill (Kenneth W. Dantley), Annie Potts (Vanessa), Eugene Roche (Ed McGrath), William Bryant (Police Lecturer), Richard McKenzie (Principal Bacon), Kim Milford (Wayne Lowry). C-105m.

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What are the best movies about corvettes?

And stars that have driven Corvettes on the big screen include Jack Nicholson, Elvis Presley, and Dennis Hopper. Choosing the five best movie Corvettes wasn’t easy, but nevertheless, here they are. 5. Hot Rods to Hell (1967)

When did the first Corvette come out?

Many Americans saw their first Corvette in motion at the movies. Chevy began building its new sports car in Flint, Michigan, in 1953. Production moved to St. Louis for 1954, and soon after, a black Corvette starred in the 1955 Mickey Spillane private eye film Kiss Me Deadly.

What did Mark Hamill think of Corvette Summer (1978)?

She’s a unique creature.” Hamill years after the film first came out then said: ” Corvette Summer (1978) is a great little picture and it’s got sort of a title that’s a misnomer because you sort of put it in one category when you first see it and you go, ‘Oh gee, it’s quite a nicely written, uh romantic movie.’ And I enjoyed it immensely.”