Corvette Values: 1977 Corvette

Corvette Values: 1977 Corvette

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Shawn S. submitted the following Corvette pricing question via Yahoo! Answers and we decided to take a look at it. Shawn’s Question: What is a 1977 corvette worth? Our Answer: Our Corvette price guide has an average 1977 Corvette Coupe valued at $10,000. Our High price is $13,000. Prices are fairly low compared to other years because the 1977 Corvette had the third highest production total ever with 49,213 produced. Most 1977 Corvettes came with the base engine, the L48 350/180. Just over 6,000 Corvettes came equipped with the optional L82 350/220 engine and just over 2000 came equipped with the optional 4-speed. So of the 1977 Corvettes, the most valuable was the L82 coupled with the 4-Speed manual transmission. The good news is that our appreciation figures for the 1977 model are 5% for one year and a whopping 19% over five years. Source: VetteFinders.com’s Corvette Price Guide
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4 COMMENTS

  1. Whilst working in Saudi Arabia I found a 1977 corvette all original but needed and got a complete make over. New engine, A/C system, brakes, paint, interior, bushing, tires & rims, shocks, exhaust the works.
    The car had been brought into Saudi mid 90’s from Penn. and I have since sent it back home to Fla.
    With it’s history would this car be worth more or less than the values you have mentioned?

    Thanks,

    Mark

  2. Whilst working in Saudi Arabia I found a 1977 corvette all original but needed and got a complete make over. New engine, A/C system, brakes, paint, interior, bushing, tires & rims, shocks, exhaust the works.
    The car had been brought into Saudi mid 90’s from Penn. and I have since sent it back home to Fla.
    With it’s history would this car be worth more or less than the values you have mentioned?

    Thanks,

    Mark

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