Add another C7 to the growing list of Stingrays that have “drowned,” so to speak.
This black 2014 Corvette, sitting atop some Forgeline GA3R wheels, was once a great-looking car, but no longer.
It’s now sitting in an insurance company’s holding lot and will be sold through Insurance Auto Auctions.
If you were looking for a way to “autopsy” a Stingray, this might be the one as you can get a peek underneath the front and rear skin and see the fuel tanks as well as the inner workings of the door.
The back glass is gone, and the front windshield is shattered. The driver’s airbag went off, so we can only hope that he or she was prevented from suffering any major injury by that fact.
We have no details on the accident, but we have to wonder if the fancy high-tech features on the Stingray are making drivers feel like they are invincible and have suddenly become Richard Petty Jr.
That $1,000 driver’s course offered with each new 2014 Corvette might be the best investment an owner could make.
Here’s some “after-action” photos of the Black Corvette Stingray at IAAI.com:
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