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Bloomington 2009: Harley Earl’s 1963 Corvette a No Sale at $985,000

by Keith Cornett on June 28, 2009

Bloomington 2009:  Harley Earl's 1963 Corvette a No Sale at $985,000

The personal car belonging to legendary General Motor’s automotive designer Harley Earl was a no sale at Mecum’s 2009 Bloomington Gold auction. The Corvette convertible was the main attraction on Saturday where it was introduced with great fanfare. Bidding started at $400,000 for the custom Sting Ray and quickly climbed to the high bid of $985,000 before stalling. The auctioneer proclaimed a no sale (Mecum’s the bid goes on) as the seller set the reserve at $1.3 million.

You can read more about Harley earl’s unique 1963 Corvette from our ’09 Bloomington Gold auction preview.


Source:
Mecum

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