The gavels will be raining down on nearly 200 Corvettes as no less than five different auctions will be offering American’s Sports Car to the highest bidder this week in Scottsdale, Arizona. While Barrett-Jackson is undoubtedly the 800 pound gorilla in the collector car auction arena, We thought we should fill you in on what else is going on in Scottsdale this week.
The Corvette generating the most buzz this auction season will be sold on Friday, January 16th. If you thought Barrett-Jackson was the only game in town then you would miss RM Auctions sell the #002 Grand Sport Corvette for an expected $7 million – $10 million. RM Auctions will also be selling a 1957 Vintage Corvette Racer as well as a 1954 Corvette Roadster. Click here to view the RM Auctions run list.
Russo and Steele’s Scottsdale auction kicks off on Thursday, January 15th and runs through Sunday, January 18th. The current run list includes 46 Corvettes making this the second largest Corvette auction in Scottsdale. With Corvettes ranging from a 1954 Roadster through a 1990 ZR-1, there is something for everyone at Russo and Steele. Click here to view the Russo and Steele run list.
Silver Auction’s Fort McDowell Arizona Auction has nine Corvettes available for sale during their four day auction which starts on Friday, January 16th. Four of the nine Corvettes are from the C5/C6 generation and three C2 Midyears will be offered as well. Click here to view the Silver Auction’s run list.
Gooding and Company’s Scottsdale auction takes place in Saturday, Janury 17th and currently five Corvettes are part of the auction festivities: Two C1 cars, two 1967 L71 427′s and a 1998 Corvette Callaway C12 Coupe. Click here to view the Gooding & Company’s run list.