This is not about the most desirable, the most expensive, the best engines, the best handling... Simply the best looking vettes.
Primary weighting is on exterior looks, but tiebreakers can move to the interior.
Only production or copo models, road legal, and available for sale to the general public count (so no grand am, GT, or true grand sport vettes for example, as they were track only cars), nor do road legal replicas of track only cars.
On the other hand L-88 and ZL1 (vettes which really were meant to be track cars) with the big block hoods and the side pipes etc... DO count, because they were actually sold to real buyers as street legal road cars.
I cant decide between:
- Tunnel back C3 coupe (with or without the big block hood, flares, chrome bumpers, and duck tail or slant tail)
- C3 convertible (with or without the big block hood, flares, chrome bumpers, and duck tail or slant tail)
- C2 convertible (with or without the big block hood)
- Single light side cove C1 convertible ('56-'57)
- Double light C1 convertible, double taillight round tail ('58-'60)
- Double light C1 convertible, quad taillight boattail ('61-62)
Subsidiary question... sidepipes are awesome... but are they always better on every model they originally came on? I can't decide.
Oh and yeah... I don't think anything C4 or later is even in the top ten, or even top 15 of best looking vettes (given that 1 and 2 above are actually a half dozen different models each).
...MAYBE the ZR1, and square taillight C4s make it into the top 20... maybe.