If J.R. played the violin or piano, you would have seen him featured on 60 minutes and the term “Child Prodigy” would have been used. As a 6-year-old, JR did not perform at Carnegie Hall – he was too busy judging Corvettes with his dad. At 15 he became the youngest Bloomington Gold Corvette Judge and the youngest NCRS “Master Judge” at 17.

In this episode, J.R. gives us his thoughts on Corvette going completely mid-engine, his belief that the collector car hobby will go through a bit of a pause before younger generations gain interest, and he shares with us what he thinks a good car, in the early stage of collectability, is to purchase for $50,000 or less.

by | Sep 23, 2019 | CAM Sound Tracks

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