Even the most devoted Packer fan would find this amazing. A 1967 Corvette convertible that Packer Hall of Famer Bart Starr won for being the M-V-P of Super Bowl One is now up for sale. Mike Anderson of Saint Joseph, Minnesota bought the green convertible in 1994 from a woman at a race track. He later found Starr’s name on the builder’s sheet of the gas tank and a Super Bowl One pen beneath the passenger seat. Anderson has had the car in storage but he says he wants to sell it to help pay for a house he’s building. The Rawhide boys’ ranch of New London showed the vehicle outside Lambeau Field before Thursday night’s Packer game to kick off a fund-raising campaign in the names of Bart Starr and his wife Cherry. Rawhide’s Scott Sawinski says people are in “shock and awe” that the car looks so good for being 50 years old.