While generally the Corvette is meant for ripping down the road, Chevrolet did experiment with making a more family-friendly model.
Nearly 40 years ago, the automaker commissioned a four-door version of their classic muscle car, with five, plus the prototype, rolling off the assembly line.
Unfortunately at $35,000 when the normal price tag started at $13,000 in 1980, there just wasn't a market for the stretch vehicle and the project was shelved.
One of the preserved cars is currently up for sale at NBS Auto Showroom, with the asking price of $102,500. According to the site, there is only one other of its kind still in existence.