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Government Halts Barrett-Jackson Sale of GM Cars

by Keith Cornett on April 10, 2009

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Update: A CorvetteBlogger reader tells us the sale of GM vehicles at Barrett-Jackson is back on. The reversal of the NHTSA sent a wave of applause and high-fives throughout the Palm Beach auction.

We got the news late Thursday evening that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration halted the sale of some of GM’s Heritage Collection Corvettes and other cars due to concerns that buyers may be unaware that cars sold on a scrap title or bill of sale are not to be registered for the street, despite the fact that GM and Barrett-Jackson list a disclaimer that says the same.

Sports Car Market reports:

West Palm Beach, Florida: Midway through Friday’s collector car sale, representatives of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) forced Barrett-Jackson to stop the sale of certain cars from the GM Heritage Fleet. Our sources tell us that this order from NHTSA was completely unexpected; Barrett-Jackson and GM have been extremely careful to note, in written material posted on the cars, which GM cars are sold on “salvage titles” or similar, and cannot be registered. Apparently, despite this, NHTSA is concerned that someone “might try” to register the cars for the street.

GM and Barrett-Jackson are attempting to resolve this so that the cars, which have been heavily publicized and have drawn bidders from across the nation, can be sold. Unfortunately, discussions are hampered by the fact that the relevant NHTSA offices are closed for the day, and reportedly will be closed tomorrow as well.

The disclaimers can be seen on each of the GM Corvettes and cars sold with “scrap” titles or Bill of Sales. The disclaimers read:

THIS IS A CONCEPT VEHICLE. NEITHER GM NOR BARRETT-JACKSON MAKE ANY WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, CONCERNING THE VEHICLE, INCLUDING NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE VEHICLE IS NOT CERTIFIED TO COMPLY WITH ANY FEDERAL, STATE OR LOCAL LAWS, RULES OR REGULATIONS AND MAY NOT BE DRIVEN ON PUBLIC ROADS. THIS VEHICLE WILL BE CONVEYED TO BUYER WITH NO MANUFACTURER STATEMENT OF ORIGIN (MSO) OR TITLE AND THE VEHICLE DOES NOT HAVE A COMPLETE VIN. SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY.
The Government intervention Thursday evening halted the sale of 18 GM cars including two Corvettes:
  • Lot #57 – 2005 Corvette C6 Coupe Test Mule
  • Lot #57.1 – 1988 Corvette Twin Turbo Coupe


Source:
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction

Related:
Corvette Auction: GM to Sell Part of Heritage Collection
Auction Results: 1988 35th Anniversary Corvette Sells For Record High
Corvette Auction: 2009 Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach Preview

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1988 35th Anniversary Corvette

Only 9% of the Corvettes manufactured in 1988 received the Z01 35th Anniversary Package and the example that sold today at Barrett-Jackson’s Palm Beach auction could quite possibly be the nicest one in existence.

The 35th Anniversary Package featured a white exterior with white wheels, white seats and steering wheel as well as special emblems and a console mounted plaque. 2,050 Coupes were produced at an extra cost of $4,795 over the $29,489 base price.

1988 35th Anniversary Corvette 1988 35th Anniversary Corvette 1988 35th Anniversary Corvette

Lot #38 was an original one owner Z01 optioned Corvette with only 682 miles. The 350/245 engine was coupled to a rare 4-speed manual transmission (MMF), an option chosen only 19%. For 21 years the Corvette was stored in a climate controlled environment.

The 35th Anniversary Corvette hammered home for $37,500 and with commission the final sales price was $41,250. This easily beats the high price for a 35th Anniversary edition of $32,100 at an RM Auction held in 1998 in Monterey as listed in the VetteMarket.com CP database.

Our Corvette Price Guide’s 2008 high for a 35th Anniversary Coupe was $28,000. In addition, the one year appreciation shows 1% growth over the previous year.


Source:
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction

Related:
Corvette Auction: 2009 Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach Preview
Corvette Auction: GM to Sell Part of Heritage Collection
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First Built 2006 Corvette Z06

The 7th Annual Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction at Palm Beach gets underway this Thursday and currently 39 Corvettes are listed on the auction docket. The list is an interesting mix of classics and newer Corvettes because, like January’s Scottsdale auction, General Motors is selling 100 vehicles from its Heritage Collection which includes 11 Corvettes and prototypes.

The earliest Corvette on the list is a black 1954 Corvette roadster (Lot #664). The Corvette is off a fresh frame off restoration and is powered by the 235 ci straight 6 Blue Flame engine. With only 4 Corvettes thought to be original black cars in 1954, we doubt this Corvette is one of them as there is no mention of documentation or certification from NCRS/Bloomington.

Another early Corvette we think will do well is a 1966 Corvette Coupe (Lot #646) equipped with a 427/390 V8 and a 4-speed. The matching numbers coupe comes with factory air conditioning, J56 power brakes, power antenna, day/night mirror, back-up lights, traffic hazard warning, AM/FM radio, knock-off wheels and correct General tires. This Corvette was awarded an NCRS Top Flight at the Dallas Texas Regional in October 2008.

There are a couple unique GM Heritage Collection cars here as well. While many will like the 1978 Corvette Indy Pace Car (Lot #675) that is 1 of 4 Corvettes used at the race, we like several of the prototypes and mule cars being made available. In that category, collectors can choose from the 1999 First Built Hardtop (Lot #678.1) stuffed with an LS7, the 1990 ZR-1 “Active” prototype (Lot #676.1) and a 2005 C6 Coupe Test Mule (Lot #57) that still features its camouflage coverings.

Also of interest is the first built 2006 Corvette Z06 (Lot #679.2) driven at Nurburgring in 2005 by Corvette Racing driver Jan Magnussen. We recommend you take a couple of minutes and read up on the description of this historic C6 Corvette.

SPEED TV will be providing 22 hours of auction coverage with the live action starting at 12 noon on Thursday, April 9th. Download our 2009 Barrett-Jackson Palm Beach Corvette Schedule for auction and coverage times.


Source:
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction

Related:
Corvette Auction: GM to Sell Part of Heritage Collection
Auction Results: Barrett-Jackson Corvette Sales Total $10 Million

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C3 Corvette Coupe at RM Auction

RM Auctions was in South Florida earlier this month with 34 Corvettes for the two-day Collector Cars of Fort Lauderdale event. Unfortunately buyers were tight with their checkbooks and only 12 Corvettes sold bringing in a total of $707,025 in Corvette Sales.

Top seller was a 1963 Corvette Convertible Fuelie which sold for $110,000. Two Corvettes were bidded up to over $100,000 but resulted in no sales. A 1953 Corvette Roadster (VIN Unknown) reached $235,000 and a 1962 Corvette Roadster was a no sale at $130,000.

Here are the results for Corvettes at RM’s Collector Cars of Ft. Lauderdale:

LOT # YEAR MODEL DESC HIGH SOLD
SP75 1953 Corvette Convertible $235,000  
NR47 1954 Corvette Convertible   $57,200
SP86 1957 Corvette Convertible FI   $80,300
SP57 1958 Corvette Convertible $60,000  
SP69 1959 Corvette Convertible   $57,200
455 1960 Corvette Convertible $60,000  
SP118 1960 Corvette Convertible   $55,000
169 1962 Corvette Convertible $30,000  
SP60 1962 Corvette Convertible $130,000  
SP28 1963 Corvette Coupe FI   $110,000
426 1964 Corvette Convertible $32,000  
618 1964 Corvette Convertible $27,000  
SP90 1964 Corvette Convertible FI $57,500  
464 1964 Corvette Coupe $36,000  
SP48 1964 Corvette Coupe $70,000  
408 1964 Corvette Coupe   $64,900
445 1964 Corvette Coupe   $45,100
624 1965 Corvette Convertible $40,000  
SP95 1966 Corvette Coupe 427/390 80,000  
SP79 1966 Corvette Convertible 427/425 $90,000  
NR27 1966 Corvette Coupe Tanker   $52,250
447 1967 Corvette Convertible 427/435 $60,000  
SP31 1967 Corvette Coupe   $96,800
173 1969 Corvette Convertible   $35,200
433 1969 Corvette Convertible $32,000  
SP58 1970 Corvette Convertible $29,000  
105 1971 Corvette Convertible $16,500  
NR57 1971 Corvette Convertible   $17,600
623 1971 Corvette Coupe $21,000  
SP93 1972 Corvette Convertible $29,000  
414 1972 Corvette Coupe $18,500  
117 1982 Corvette Coupe $16,000  
432 2004 Corvette Convertible $61,000  
423 2005 Corvette Coupe   $35,475

RM Auctions will return to Florida next month for the prestigious Automobiles of Amelia Island auction at the luxurious Ritz-Carlton Hotel on March 14th, 2009.


Source:
RM Auctions

Related:
Mecum’s 2009 Kissimmee Auction Corvette Sales Top $3.95 Million
Auction Results: Barrett-Jackson Corvette Sales Total $10 Million

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Auction Preview: 1957 COPO Air-Box Fuelie Corvette Racer

by Keith Cornett on February 17, 2009

Auction Preview: 1957 COPO Corvette Racer

Another week, another vintage Corvette race car hitting the auction block. We received word today that the ex-Bob Mouat 1957 Corvette COPO Air-Box Fuelie will be joining the 1965 Corvette 8-Ball Cobra Killer at Worldwide Auctioneer’s Houston Classic on Saturday May 2nd.

This 1957 Corvette was delivered new to Bob Mouat in 1957 and raced until 1965 achieving 21 victories and over 50 top ten finishes. Extensively documented, its one of 23 Air-Box examples known and this is only one of six factory COPO Airbox Corvettes aquired by known racing drivers.

Vette Magazine called the race car “an open-track threat right off the assembly line”. Worldwide Auctioneer’s Managing Partner John Kruse says “this splendid, factory big brake, ‘Air-Box Fuelie’ example is the most extensively raced and well documented ’57 Corvette race car of all time.”

Other notable Corvettes available at the Houston Classic include the 1965 Caplan/Gulstrand Corvette Racer aka the 8-Ball Cobra Killer, the ex-Alan Sevadjian, John Mecum 1967/74 Corvette “Delmo Johnson Racecar”, a numbers matching 1968 Corvette L89 roadster offered at no reserve and a 1954 Corvette roadster.

The 5th Annual Houston Classic will be held at the Lakewood Yacht Club in Seabrook, TX on Saturday, May 2nd. Visit Worldwide Auctions for more details.


Sources:
Worldwide Auctions

Related:
Auction Preview: 1965 Caplan/Gulstrand Corvette Racer
[VIDEO] Auction Results: 1969 Corvette L88 COPO Racer
[VIDEO] Gulf One 1963 Corvette Z06 Sells for $1.05 Million
Breaking News: Corvette Grand Sport #002 Fails to Reach Reserve

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Auction Preview: 1965 Caplan/Gulstrand Corvette Racer

by Keith Cornett on February 4, 2009

1965 Caplan/Gulstrand Corvette Racer

Vintage race Corvettes with provenance are selling at record numbers and we now have word of another significant Corvette racecar set to hit the auction block in May. The 1965 Corvette roadster nicknamed the “8-Ball Cobra Killer” was one of the most dominating Corvette race cars of its day. The Corvette will be a winner once again as its offered for sale at the 5th Annual Houston Classic Auction hosted by Worldwide Auctioneers.

The 1965 Corvette was owned and raced by Herb Caplan alongside the legendary Dick Gulstand. One of the most dominating cars at the time, the 8-Ball Corvette saw most of its action on the west coast and won 46 of 49 races in a single season. Today the Corvette is restored to its original 1966 race specs.

1965 Caplan/Gulstrand Corvette Racer 1965 Caplan/Gulstrand Corvette Racer

The 5th Annual Houston Classic will be held at the Lakewood Yacht Club in Seabrook, TX on Saturday, May 2nd. Visit Worldwide Auctions for more details.

Sources:
Worldwide Auctions
Photo Credit: Toshi Akatsuka, courtesy of Worldwide Auctioneers

Related:
[VIDEO] Auction Results: 1969 Corvette L88 COPO Racer
[VIDEO] Gulf One 1963 Corvette Z06 Sells for $1.05 Million
Breaking News: Corvette Grand Sport #002 Fails to Reach Reserve

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1957 Corvette Roadster

The 2009 Mecum Kissimmee Auction was without a doubt a success with 160 Corvettes crossing the block over the 3 day event. Corvette sales totaled $3.95 million and with 82 Corvettes sold, Mecum’s Corvette sellers enjoyed a 51% success ratio. We also enjoyed the new facilities which allowed Mecum to move in-doors and create a much more visitor friendly event.

Six Corvettes crossed the $100,000 threshold with the 1963 Corvette Z06 “Gulf One” racer bringing in $1.05 million. Second on the list was another race car, the 1969 L88 COPO Convertible, which sold for $305,000. Rounding out the top three was a 1957 Corvette powered by a 283 ci fuelie that sold for $250,000.

There were bargains to be had as well during the weekend. Two numbers matching 1966 Corvettes powered by 427/425 big blocks sold for $52,000 and $55,000. Bob McDorman sold the last C5 convertible, a 2004 Commemorative Edition with just 2600 miles for $32,500. Also on our good buy list was a 1973 Corvette Coupe driver that sold for $10,000.

Here is the SOLD list from Mecum’s Kissimmee auction:

Lot Year Model Sold Price
T34 1966 Corvette Coupe 427/390 HP, 4-speed Manual $62,000
T94 1996 Corvette Coupe $9,000
T99 1993 Corvette Coupe $7,500
T106 1974 Corvette Coupe 350 CI, Automatic $6,200
T107 1968 Corvette Coupe 427/390 HP, 4-speed Manual $20,000
T110 1966 Corvette Coupe 427/425 HP, 4-speed Manual $47,000
T111 1961 Corvette Convertible 350 CI, 4-speed Manual $30,000
T112 1971 Corvette Coupe 350 CI, Automatic $12,500
T113 1971 Corvette Convertible 454/365 HP, 4-speed Manual $33,000
T114 2004 Corvette Convertible $25,000
T126 1968 Corvette 327/300 HP, 3-speed $25,500
T129 1992 Corvette Convertible $16,000
T139 2000 Corvette Coupe Lingenfelter, 346/650+ HP Twin Turbo $34,500
T145 1959 Corvette Convertible 283/230 HP, Automatic $54,000
T166 1964 Corvette Convertible 350/310 HP, Automatic $35,000
T167 1978 Corvette Coupe Pace Car Replica, 350 CI, Automatic $13,250
T170 1996 Corvette Callaway Coupe 383/435 HP, LT-1 Supernatural $16,000
T188 1958 Corvette Convertible 283/230 HP $60,000
T196 2001 Corvette $21,750
F10 1994 Corvette Coupe 350/300 HP, 6-speed Manual $12,000
F23 1971 Corvette Coupe 454/365 HP, Automatic $19,000
F49 1988 Corvette Convertible 350/240 HP, 4-Speed Automatic $11,750
F63 1976 Corvette Coupe 350/400 HP L-82, 4-speed Automatic $11,500
F91 1973 Corvette Coupe 454/275 HP, 4-Speed $24,500
F92 1990 Corvette Coupe 350 CI, Automatic $12,000
F101 1979 Corvette Coupe 1 of 2,357 made, L-82 $12,000
F116 1987 Corvette Callaway Coupe 350/345 HP Twin-Turbo $14,000
F121 1969 Corvette Convertible 427/435 HP, 4-speed $40,500
F123 1978 Corvette Coupe 350 CI, 4-speed, Silver Anniversary $11,000
F139 1973 Corvette Coupe 350 CI, Automatic $10,000
F143 1958 Corvette Convertible 283/270 HP, Dual Quad, 4-speed $64,500
F151 1972 Corvette Convertible 350/200 HP, Automatic $24,000
F154 1971 Corvette Coupe 350 CI, Automatic $20,000
F155 1972 Corvette Coupe 454 CI, 4-Speed $29,500
F156 1966 Corvette Coupe 427/425 HP, 4-Speed Manual $125,000
F165 1965 Corvette Convertible 27/350 HP $53,000
F201 1966 Corvette Convertible 327/300 HP, 4-speed $46,000
F235 1964 Corvette Stingray Coupe 454 CI w/ Blower, 4-Speed $47,000
F237 1975 Corvette Convertible 350 CI, Automatic $23,000
F246 1963 Corvette Coupe 327/340 HP 4-Speed $62,000
F250 1970 Corvette Convertible 350/370 HP LT-1, 4-Speed $37,000
F258 1992 Corvette Coupe Special Chevrolet Color Test Car $29,500
F259 2004 Corvette Coupe Next to the Last C5 Corvette Made $32,000
F260 1998 Corvette Convertible Pilot Car #6 $29,000
F262 1997 Corvette Coupe LS1, 6-Speed Manual, VIN #007 $22,500
F263 1986 Corvette Convertible 5.7L, Automatic $35,000
F264 1987 Corvette Convertible 350 CI, Automatic, 238 Actual Miles $21,000
F265 1984 Corvette Coupe 350 CI, Automatic, 781 Actual Miles $14,500
F266 2004 Corvette Convertible Last C5 Convertible, 2,600 Miles $32,500
F268 1984 Corvette Coupe Owned by Jim Gilmore $12,500
F270 2002 Corvette Convertible Indy Track Car #40 $32,500
S1 1973 Corvette $18,500
S24 1962 Corvette Convertible 350 CI, 4-speed Manual $42,000
S25 1981 Corvette Coupe 350 CI, Automatic $10,000
S30 1982 Corvette T-top 350 CI, Automatic $11,500
S31 1962 Corvette Convertible 327/340 HP, 4-Speed $60,000
S37 1968 Corvette Convertible 327/300 HP, Automatic $25,500
S45 1965 Corvette Convertible 327/350 HP, 4-speed $55,000
S66 1966 Corvette Coupe 427/390 HP, 4-Speed $100,000
S94 1962 Corvette Convertible 327/340 HP, 4-speed Manual $67,000
S96 1966 Corvette Convertible 327/350 HP, 4-Speed $65,000
S98 1957 Corvette Convertible 283/283 HP, 3-Speed $102,500
S99 2001 Corvette Convertible 350/350 HP, Automatic $25,000
S105 1962 Corvette Convertible 327/340 HP, 4-Speed $62,500
S109 1967 Corvette Convertible 327/350 HP, 4-Speed $56,500
S110 1963 Corvette Z06 Coupe Gulf One Race Car $1,050,000
S121 1961 Corvette Convertible $75,000
S123 1954 Corvette Convertible 235/150 HP 3-Carb Blue Flame $80,000
S124 1962 Corvette Convertible 327/250 HP, 4-speed Manual $46,000
S137 1966 Corvette Convertible 425 HP $78,500
S138 1957 Corvette Convertible 283/283 HP Fuelie, 4-Speed $250,000
S142 1969 Corvette L88 Convertible Race Car, 1 of 1 COPO $305,000
S153 1967 Corvette Convertible 427/400 HP Tri Power, 4-speed $112,500
S162 1959 Corvette $62,000
S166 1986 Corvette Convertible 350/235 HP, Automatic, Pace Car $20,000
S182 1992 Corvette Coupe $11,000
S184.1 1974 Corvette Convertible 4-speed $15,000
S186.1 1975 Corvette Coupe $11,500
S187 1994 Corvette Coupe 6-speed Manual $10,500
S188.1 1978 Corvette Coupe $11,000
S218 1966 Corvette Coupe 427/425 HP, 4-speed Manual $55,000
S230.1 1966 Corvette Coupe 427/425 HP $52,000


Mecum Auction’s next event will be held indoors at Kemper Arena in Kansas City, MO on March 20th and 21st.


Source:
Mecum Auction

Related:
[VIDEO] Gulf One 1963 Corvette Z06 Sells for $1.05 Million
[VIDEO] Auction Results: 1969 Corvette L88 COPO Racer
[VIDEO] Auction Results: The Last C5 Corvette Convertible Sells for $32,500

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[VIDEO] Auction Results: 1969 Corvette L88 COPO Racer

by Keith Cornett on January 28, 2009

1969 Corvette L88 COPO Convertible

This 1969 Corvette L88 COPO Convertible made its presence known like no other car during last weekend’s Mecum auction in Kissimmee, Florida. When it fired up the race-prepped 427 cubic inch big block and rolled into the auction ring, the packed house was paying close attention. Here was a documented authentic factory L88 race car and Proteam Corvette wanted it sold!

Included in the documentation of this vintage racer was the tank sticker, early photos of the Corvette and its racing log books, trophies and awards. The tank sticker documents the L88 engine and special COPO request for this Corvette NOT to be equipped with the Big Brake options like all other L88 Corvettes, making it a one of one car.

The Corvette saw combat in SCCA events regularly from 1972-1976 and raced in such storied venues as Daytona and Sebring. It’s listed in the roster of cars that raced in the 24th Annual 12 hours of Sebring in 1976. The car is currently certified for SVRA vintage races.

Towards the end of the auction the race car seemed to stall at $300,000 but it only took another $5,000 to drop the reserve and sell the Corvette at $305,000. Tom Abrams of Reliable Transports was the buyer and is shown getting the Mecum treatment there at the end.


Source:
Mecum Auction

Related:
[VIDEO] Gulf One 1963 Corvette Z06 Sells for $1.05 Million
[VIDEO] Auction Results: The Last C5 Corvette Convertible Sells for $32,500

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[VIDEO] Gulf One 1963 Corvette Z06 Sells for $1.05 Million

by Keith Cornett on January 25, 2009

Gulf One 1963 Corvette Z06 Race Car

Dr. Dick Thompson, aka “The Flying Dentist” dominated SCCA racing in 1963 with this factory-backed 1963 Corvette Z06 race car. On Saturday afternoon at the Mecum High Performance Auction in Kissimmee, Florida, the “Gulf Oil” Corvette dominated the field once again with an auction-high gavel price of $1,050,000!

Dr. Thompson was on hand to sign autographs and introduce his old Corvette. He joked that the Corvette looked better today than it did when he was driving it. Noted Z06 historian Eric Gill was also on the stage and showed the original starting lineup for the 1963 24 hours of LeMans that had “Gulf One” in the #1 position followed by Mickey Thompson’s Z06 in position #2. Unfortunately, GM pulled out and “Gulf One” never made it to France to compete on the world stage.

Bidding on the “Gulf One” Corvette Z06 opened at $400,000 and quickly climbed to $900,000. When the bid topped $1 million the crowed cheered and that seemed to elicit one more bid of $1,050,000 which removed the reserve. No other bids came in and the hammer dropped on this historic race car.

Although the $1.05 million selling price of “Gulf One” is significant, it was still less than the $1.485 million paid for the 1962 Gulf Oil Corvette that sold in August of 2008 at Gooding & Company’s Pebble Beach auction. That Corvette was also driven by Dr. Dick Thompson who finished first in class 12 times including wins at Daytona and Sebring and captured the 1962 SCCA-A production championship.

Sources:
Mecum

Related:
[VIDEO] Auction Preview: Gulf One 1963 Corvette Z06 Race Car
Breaking News: Corvette Grand Sport #002 Fails to Reach Reserve
1962 Gulf Oil Corvette Sells for $1.485 Million at Pebble Beach

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2004 Corvette Convertible - The Last C5 Convertible

Chevrolet dealer and noted collector Bob McDorman has brought nearly a dozen of his Corvettes to the Mecum auction in Kissimmee, Florida this weekend to sell. Unlike many of McDorman’s Corvettes that feature low VIN’s, lot #F266, a 2004 Corvette Convertible, has a high VIN at 31,945, but it is unique as it holds the distinction of being the last C5 convertible produced.

The last C5 Convertible is a 2004 Commemorative Edition Corvette, painted in LeMans Blue and outfitted with Shale interior, special embroidery and badges. Following production, the Corvette was sent over to the Museum where it was used as a “Give-Away” car. We are unsure of exactly how the Corvette came into possession of Bob McDorman, but like many Corvettes in his collection, the mileage is low with just 2,600 miles reading on the odometer.

This Corvette hit the Mecum auction block a little after 9pm on Friday night and was sold for $32,500. We thought it was a good deal for both buyer and seller as the price was in-line for a low mileage, condition 1 2004 Corvette convertible. The fact that it’s the last C5 Convertible and a former Bob McDorman Corvette will undoubtedly make it more valuable as time goes by.


Source:
Mecum Auction

Related:
[VIDEO] Auction Preview: Gulf One 1963 Corvette Z06 Race Car

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