General Motors released their latest monthly sales report and sales of the Corvette remain very strong with 2,378 Corvettes delivered in November 2014. However, sales did dip slightly by -5.9% from November 2013′s 2,527 deliveries.
For the calendar year to date (January-November 2014), GM has sold 31,287 Corvettes for a 119% gain over 2013′s sales of 14,286. Remember that in 2013, the factory was shut down for half the year while it was retooled for C7 production.
Sometimes things come cheaper by the dozen.
Or in this case, cheaper by the 11.
That’s how many second-generation Corvette Sting Rays are up for auction as a package deal right now on eBay. Bidding had reached $67,807.07 as of 9:00 am Eastern Time on Monday morning and so far the reserve has not yet been met.
General Motors reported their October 2014 vehicle sales yesterday morning and it shows that 2,959 Corvettes were delivered during the month. According to the report, sales are down year to year by -24.7% but don’t think for a minute that sales of the Stingray are starting to cool. We’ll be back to explain in a moment.
For the Calendar Year to Date (January-October), Corvette sales total 28,909 vs the 11,759 sold during the same time period in 2013.
If you’ve ever wanted to own one of the most unusual Corvette show cars ever built, we may have found what you’re looking for. Lot S52 of Mecum’s auction in Anaheim, California on November 15, 2014 is the ‘Outer Limits’, an asymmetrical Corvette show car designed and built by noted customizer and car show promoter Ray Farhner.