700 examples rolled off the assembly line that year, the vast majority of which weresporting the iconic white and red color scheme. A small handful, however, came in an alternative shade called Corvette Copper. Only 15 of these were made in 1955 – and one of them is going up for auction, making it a must-have for Corvette collectors. To be exact, this is the 22nd Corvette built that year. It’s currently located in Spain and has been painstakingly restored to immaculate condition, which is no mean feat considering its age. The Chevy has been resprayed in its original eye-catching copper paint and comes with a classy creme interior and matching fabric roof.