Here’s a 2014 Corvette Stingray that’s attracting a lot of attention, especially in the Detroit area where Stingrays have become a common site. But the attention isn’t based on its stunning redesign, over the top performance, or the fact that it’s a limited production Premiere Edition Coupe. Nope, this Corvette Stingray ad is all about the price…$95,000!
This Corvette does appear to have already hit the secondary market where owners can feel free for asking whatever price they want. We don’t disparage the seller for trying to get every penny he can out of the special edition Coupe, but that doesn’t mean we can’t stop to LOL, SMH and say WTF.
The Corvette Stingray Premiere Edition Coupe has an MSRP of $76,000. Our craigslist seller stands to make around $19,000 if he gets his market-adjusted price.
The Corvette was listed on the free classified ads site 25 days ago but so far there have been no takers.
This particular Corvette Stingray Premiere Edition Coupe has just 14 miles on it and yes it comes with the five piece special edition luggage that was fitted for the car.
Here’s the ad if you’re looking to pay top dollar for a limited-to-500 special edition Corvette Stingray:
I have a Brand New Corvette Stingray Premier available. GM only made 500 of these premier Corvettes. Car is fully loaded. Every premier Corvette was made the same. Also comes with special corvette luggage. The car is in mint condition and only has 14 miles on it. Any questions or offers please call me at 810 434 8549. I prefer phone calls instead of emails. Thank you
The car is listed as being located in Marysville, which is northeast of Detroit. Here’s some photos of the car on Craigslist. Our only complaint is that you’re asking nearly $100K for a car and these are the best photos you can take?
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