Apr. 25—Marysville resident Mike Guest said initially he only took an interest in the luxury 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport because he liked the color.
“I was intrigued by the blue,” Guest said.
But a little later he realized it was a collector’s edition, one of about 700 made in the U.S. (953 in the world), according to Guest.
It has become his pride and joy to bring to car shows like the one on Saturday in downtown Marysville, benefitting the veteran community.
Guest said he keeps it in a garage and only drives it about 5,000 miles a year. Saturday was extra special because his family was visiting from Las Vegas.
Scott Miller-Torres said the car show was a focal point of the trip out west because he too is a car enthusiast.
Miller-Torres is hoping his little boy, Scott will be a car guy too.
While it was a thrill to see Guest and his $100,000 Corvette, Miller-Torres’ favorite…