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The 2009 Corvette ZR1

We know they like to do things big in Texas, but one Chevrolet dealer in Houston has gone all out by pricing a 2009 Corvette ZR1 on eBay for $185,000. With a retail price listed at $115,000 with options, that’s $70,000 over MRSP. We’re trying to call in to Suze Orman’s show for her advice but I have a feeling I’d hear that shrill voice scream out “I Don’t Think So!”

Mac Haik Chevrolet has the 2009 Corvette ZR1 listed on ebay until April 14th with a “Buy It Now” price. The description says the Corvette will be delivered to the dealer in mid-September and the color is black on black. Since the MSRP is listed at $115,000 we’re assuming it has premium 3ZR option package.

Mac Haik Chevrolet isn’t alone in agressively pricing their 2009 Corvette ZR1s for ebay. Two other Texas dealerships have their ZR1s listed at prices above $150,000 as well. Frank Parra Autoplex has one listed for $167,000 while Don Hewkett Chevrolet has their “buy it now” priced at $158,000.

Dealers are certainly entitled to sell the Corvette ZR1 for what they think they can get for it, however when going the eBay route we prefer to see pricing starting at MSRP and then let the market set the sales price. Dealers can still protect themselves with a reserve. However, this process of super high “buy-it-now” take-it-or-leave-it pricing is a bit unseemly and reinforces the “we’re out to screw consumers” image that most dealers work so hard to avoid.

Jut my two cents. I could be wrong…


Source:
eBay via Jalopnik

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The Suze Orman Show

Flipping through the channels over the weekend, I came across this little gem on a cable tv show. A viewer named Dan calls into The Suze Orman Show on CNBC and asks the financial diva if he can afford to buy the 2009 Corvette ZR1. In this same segment, Orman approves a $6,000 ring and a pair of $900 high heel shoes so why not grant Dan “the man” his dream car? But before Judge Orman rules, Dan has to present an overview of his finances. Watch the video after the jump.

Dan, seriously…calling into a financial talk show and asking permission to buy your dream car? Do what you want to do, and good luck finding a Corvette ZR1 at $120,000.


Source:
CNBC

Related:
Corvette ZR1: GM Releases Official Pricing
[VIDEO] 1st 2009 Corvette ZR1 Sold for $1 Million

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GM Offering 0% Financing on 2008 Corvettes

by Keith Cornett on August 1, 2008

The 2008 Corvette Z06

We knew it was coming and GM didn’t let us down. As soon as the 2009 Corvettes started hitting dealer showrooms, GM has announced a 0% financing offer on all new 2008 Corvette models including the Z06. This is a great opportunity for buyers to save thousands of dollars on interest payments as well as help dealers clear excess inventory to make way for the 2009 models.

The 0% financing offer goes into effect this weekend with terms up to 48 months for coupes and Z06 and 60 months for convertibles. A quick check of Jeff Hardy’s website shows the remaining 2008 Corvettes broken down as of yesterday to be:

  • 3,947 Coupes
  • 1,841 Convertibles
  • 1,704 Z06s.

If you’ve been waiting for a traditional model year end rebate, you’re in luck. Those that jump the quickest will have the greatest selection of 2008 Corvettes to choose from and the special offer expires on 8/19/08. Visit our friends at Kerbeck Corvette and Dave and gang will get you into the Corvette of your dreams.


Source:
GM.com
JeffHardy.com

Related:
June 2008 Corvette Sales

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When Corvettes Go Bad: 1964 Corvette 4×4 AMC

by Keith Cornett on July 30, 2008

1964 Corvette 4x4 AMC

Fate sure dealt a hand to this 1964 Corvette convertible. The car was the unfortunate target of a custom conversion back the 80′s which saw the Sting Ray’s body mated to a Jeep 4×4 chassis. To add insult to injury, the Corvette is now powered by an AMC V8 instead of its trusty Chevy 350. But who are we to judge a car on its minor imperfections. It hasn’t stopped the ebayers as the Corvette has 15 bids with the high bid at $4500. Shows that you can slap a Corvette on just about anything and it will sell.

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The Corvette is being sold as a parts car as it has no title. But the seller claims the VIN and trim gags are intact in case you wanted to try. I was somewhat surprised to see a mid-year convertible top. The interior is fairly stock but in pretty rough shape. I don’t ever see this Corvette being returned to former glory.

The eBay auction closes Thursday, July 31st. The $4,500 high bid appears to have surpassed the reserve price.


Source:
eBay

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The first 2009 Corvette ZR1 rolls off the assembly line

Chevrolet Dealer and Corvette Collector Dave Ressler was in Bowling Green yesterday to accept delivery of the first retail 2009 Corvette ZR1. Ressler is well known for buying the 6.2 liter supercharged Corvette at January’s Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction for $1 million. The special one of a kind Corvette features a unique VIN and will be the only one painted LeMans Blue.

Ressler was in the driver’s seat as the Corvette rolled off the assembly line. Next to him was his 10 month old grand daughter named Ayden Lynn who honked the horn a couple times during the event. The Corvette had a personalized license plate that read “Ayden Lynn” and Ressler referred to the ZR1 several times as his “granddaughter’s car”.

Back in January during the Barrett-Jackson auction, it was very much apparent that Ressler intended to be the high bidder of the Corvette ZR1, raising the bids in $100,000 increments and then sealing the deal at $900,000 by raising his own bid an additional $100,000 to make the gavel fall at $1 Million dollars.

The amount of money over the MSRP, estimated to be at $103,300 – $117,000 depending on options, will go to the United Way of Southeast Michigan.

After the Corvette was performance tested, it was parked outside the Bowling Green Assembly Plant next to Ressler’s other well-known Corvette, the #003 1953 Corvette which, coincidentally, he paid $1 Million for at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction back in 2006. “I’m proud to have the oldest Corvette along with the newest, best ‘Vette yet,” said Ressler.

Ressler plans to have the Corvette ZR1 trailered back to his home in Bozeman, Montana and put in his museum, where he already has 45 other Corvettes.

Sources:
WBKO.com

Related:
[VIDEO] Barrett-Jackson 08: 1st 2009 Corvette ZR1 Sold for $1 Million
#003 1953 Corvette Sells for 1 Million Dollars

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Is Chevy Preparing to Sell Corvettes in China?

by Keith Cornett on July 21, 2008

Corvettes for sale in China?

This black C6 Corvette was recently spotted outside China’s National Department for Automotive Quality, the agency that reviews automobiles and decides whether or not they will be allow for sale in the People’s Republic. With China’s booming economy and burgeoning middle class, not to mention the fact that China will at some point become the world’s single largest market for automobiles, establishing a foothold for America’s iconic sports car only makes good business sense for GM.

One of the hurdles that Corvette will have to overcome is that Chevrolet is knows as a bargain brand in China much like Daewoo is in the US. GM sells the Corvette as a standalone brand or paired with Cadillac and Hummer in much of the world so this shouldn’t be much of an issue.

I’m not too up on my Chinese automotive trivia, but are their roads (and cars) right hand drive or left? If you know, please leave a comment.


Source:
ChinaCarTimes.com via Jalopnik

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Corvette Documentation

In a recent post from his Corvette Perspectives blog, prolific Corvette collector Terry Michael of Proteam Corvette shares his thoughts relating to documentation and Classic Corvettes.

Documentation is any paperwork generated by the factory/dealer when the Corvette was assembled and sold. It can include the window sticker, tank sticker, shipper copy, warranty book/protecto-plate, dealer invoice, dealer bill of sale and the owners manual packet.

Terry’s Three Facts about Corvette Documentation:

Fact one:
Most older (1953 to 1981) Corvettes do not have any form of documentation. A Corvette with documentation is the anomaly!

Fact Two:
Bloomington Gold and NCRS judges do not judge documentation and documentation is not required to have your Corvette judged, other than a title and proof of insurance. These judges are generally quite experienced and judge by a standard and that standard I refer to as “The Duck Test” being; If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck… it most likely is a duck!!! Sometimes the evidence of the “The Duck Test” is so overwhelming, especially when performed by the truly experienced, it replaces the real need for documentation (paperwork).

Fact Three:
Sadly, the unreasonable and silly thinking that a Corvette without documentation has little value has created a covert cottage industry of entities and/or persons that make/print/create fake aged documentation.

Caveat Emptor:
If documentation is a requirement leading to your purchase of an older Corvette, please hire an expert to affirm that the documentation is, in fact, real and not something that was generated to feed that silly notion that a Corvette must have documentation.

I do see his point about the relevancy of documentation: As the majority of Corvettes do not have documentation, the Corvette itself can be documented against the standard used by the NCRS and Bloomington Gold. And if that Corvette meets the standard, then its value should not be penalized for lacking official documentation.

I would love to open this topic for conversation. How important would documentation be when purchasing a classic Corvette? Click here to comment and let me know what you think.
Source:
tmichaelis.com Related:
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Corvette Values: 1966 327/350 Corvette Roadster

by Keith Cornett on July 14, 2008

1966 Corvette Roadster

MK from Texas submitted this 1966 Corvette Roadster to Corvette Values:

1966 Corvette Roadster, VIN #194676S113XXX. L79 327-350 V8 engine. 4-speed transmission, 61,000 miles. Ermine White with saddle leather interior. The options include factory original knock-offs and side-mounted exhaust. Corvette underwent a body-off restoration in 2004. Interior and exterior are show condition. No documentation.

Find out how we valued this Corvette after the jump.

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The VIN indicates this Corvette was built in early February, 1966. Thus any changes or modifications, after the initial introduction, would have been included in this Corvette. The owner states the mileage of 61,000 miles is correct.

It had a body off restoration completed in 2004 with no evidence of deterioration since that date. The exterior body, interior and engine compartment remain in excellent show ready condition.

It is Ermine White in color, the original color, enhanced by a Saddle leather interior. It has Goldwall tires mounted on original knock off wheels. Also a side mounted exhaust system. The combination of optional wheels, tires, side exhaust, White paint and Saddle interior present excellent curb appeal.

It is powered by the original, matching numbers 327-350 motor coupled with a 4 speed manual transmission with the correct original shifter. The engine compartment is clean and shows nicely with the bright shielding in place.

An additional word on the original options that can be classified as “rare.” Only 4% of the 1966 models were delivered with the cast aluminum knock off wheels. Today, most 1966 models with knock off wheels are not original and are classified as reproduction wheels. Also the original side mounted exhaust system were ordered by only 13% of the buyers in the 1966 model year. Again, most of the 1966 models with side exhaust are not original, added at a later date.

We place a value of $67,500 on this 1966 Corvette Roadster. As a side note, the 2008 Corvette Price Guide lists the 1966 Roadster as showing a one year, 9% appreciation factor in average price.

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VetteFinders.com Appraisal Service
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Corvette Auction Results: 2008 Bloomington Gold

by Keith Cornett on July 8, 2008

1971 Corvette ZR2

If the Corvette market in the current economy can be defined by the sales results of Bloomington Gold, the Country’s largest all Corvette auction, it would show that condition 1 classic Corvettes with documentation and/or racing provenance continue to sell well. The results (or lack of) also show that those Corvettes in less than perfect condition or those that have received amateur restorations are now giving up some of the gains they’ve made over the last few years.

From all accounts, the Bloomington Gold auction was a success. We saw record prices set for highly rare Corvettes like a 1971 Corvette ZR2 Convertible which sold for $550,000. That price bested a 1971 ZR2 Coupe that sold at January’s Barrett-Jackson auction for $357,500. A Tuxedo Black 1967 Corvette Convertible with an L68 (427/400) engine changed hands for $320,000. Topping off the unique sales list was a special collection of six consecutive year (1990-1995) C4 ZR1 Corvettes sold for $231,000.

Two 1953 Corvettes were offered as part of the Fred and Terry Michaelis Collection, but both failed to reach reserve. VIN #93 reached a high bid of $310,000 while VIN #268 made it up to a high bid of $270,000. Despite 8 1953 Corvettes selling for record highs last year, we have yet to watch one of the first year Corvettes sell at a public auction this year.

One of the big draws at this year’s auction was the special collection of three #001 Corvettes. The Corvettes, a 1955, 1956 and 1957, all were the first Corvettes produced for sale in their respective years. As a group, the troika reached a high bid of $2.8 Million but fell short of the reserve. The Corvettes were then offered individually with each of the cars failing to meet the seller’s reserve. The Polo White 1955 received a high bid of $850,000, the Venetian Red 1956 was bid up to $900,000 and the Cascade Green 1957 Corvette’s high bid was $950,000.

2008 Bloomington Gold Auction Results:

Lot # Year Description Price
S94 1954 Corvette Convertible $78,000
S68 1954 Corvette Convertible 235/150 hp Red $85,000
F66 1955 Corvette Convertible 265/195 hp $71,250
S59 1955 Corvette Convertible $80,000
F73 1956 Corvette Convertible 265/225 hp $98,000
S130 1957 Corvette Convertible 327 ci $25,500
F126 1957 Corvette Convertible 283/283 hp $78,000
S115 1957 Corvette Convertible 283/270 hp $157,500
S50 1958 Corvette Convertible $79,000
S53 1958 Corvette Convertible 283/250 hp FI $80,000
S77 1958 Corvette Convertible 283/290 hp $111,000
F19 1959 Corvette Convertible 327 ci $41,500
S134 1959 Corvette Convertible 283 ci $43,750
S44 1959 Corvette Convertible 283/245 hp $47,000
F122 1959 Corvette Convertible $55,000
S86 1959 Corvette Convertible 283/290 hp $100,000
S71 1959 Corvette Convertible 283/270 hp $137,000
F59 1960 Corvette Convertible 283 ci $50,000
S96 1960 Corvette Convertible $81,000
S93 1960 Corvette Convertible 283/270 hp $98,000
F72 1962 Corvette Convertible 327/360 $67,000
S82 1962 Corvette Convertible 327/360 hp $74,500
S126 1962 Corvette Convertible 327/360 $92,000
S28 1962 Corvette Convertible 327/360 hp $130,000
F94 1963 Corvette Coupe 327/300 hp $43,250
F112 1963 Corvette Coupe 327/300 hp $47,500
F92 1963 Corvette Convertible 327/300 hp $68,500
S19 1963 Corvette Convertible 327/360 hp $90,000
S133 1964 Corvette Coupe 327/300 hp $47,500
S13 1964 Corvette Convertible 327/300 hp $55,000
S87 1964 Corvette Coupe Z06 Tanker $172,000
F95 1965 Corvette Coupe 327 FI $87,500
F127 1966 Corvette $6,900
F23 1966 Corvette Convertible 327/300 hp $43,750
F120 1966 Corvette $73,000
S104 1966 Corvette Convertible 427/390 hp $80,000
F102 1966 Corvette $82,000
S111 1966 Corvette Coupe 427/425 hp $82,500
S118 1966 Corvette Coupe 427/390 hp $119,000
F71 1967 Corvette Coupe 327 ci $45,000
F98 1967 Corvette 327/350 $51,000
F39 1967 Corvette Convertible 327/350 hp $55,000
S132 1967 Corvette Convertible 327/350 hp $58,000
S24 1967 Corvette Convertible 327/300 hp $61,000
F34 1967 Corvette Coupe 327/350 hp $62,000
F74 1967 Corvette Convertible 427/400 hp $101,000
X11 1967 Corvette Coupe 427/435 hp $110,000
S127 1967 Corvette Convertible 427/435 hp $115,000
S129 1967 Corvette Convertible 427/435 hp $148,000
X10 1967 Corvette Convertible 427/435 hp $165,000
X9 1967 Corvette Convertible 427/435 hp $235,000
S73 1967 Corvette Convertible 427/400 hp COPO $320,000
S30 1968 Corvette $31,000
S65 1968 Corvette $37,500
S112 1968 Corvette Convertible 427/400 hp $48,500
S64 1968 Corvette Convertible 427/435 hp $77,000
S6 1968 Corvette Coupe L88 Race Car $220,000
F33 1969 Corvette Convertible $21,000
F48 1969 Corvette Convertible 350/300 $24,000
S26 1969 Corvette Convertible 427/390 hp $35,500
F45 1969 Corvette 427/390 hp $45,000
S48 1969 Corvette Coupe 427/390 hp $47,500
S20 1969 Corvette Convertible 350/350 hp $55,000
X19 1969 Corvette Coupe 427/435 hp $89,000
S120 1969 Corvette Convertible 427/390 hp $95,000
F46 1970 Corvette $20,500
F18 1970 Corvette Coupe 454/390 hp $26,750
S60 1970 Corvette $42,000
X24 1970 Corvette Convertible LT1 350/370 hp $54,000
X25 1970 Corvette Coupe LT1 350/370 hp $80,000
S108 1970 Corvette Coupe ZR1 350/370 hp $180,000
F17 1971 Corvette Coupe 350/270 hp $15,000
F60 1971 Corvette $19,000
S58 1971 Corvette Convertible $44,000
S15 1971 Corvette Coupe LT1 350/330 hp COPO $58,000
S107 1971 Corvette Convertible ZR2 $550,000
S25 1972 Corvette $16,000
S49 1972 Corvette Convertible 350/200 hp $54,500
F129 1973 Corvette Coupe 350/190 hp $6,900
F24 1973 Corvette Coupe 454/275 hp $17,250
F118 1973 Corvette Convertible $17,500
S16 1973 Corvette Convertible 350/190 hp $20,000
F29 1974 Corvette $11,000
F40 1975 Corvette Coupe $10,750
F32 1978 Corvette $5,000
F53 1978 Corvette Coupe L82 4-Speed $8,600
F134 1978 Corvette $10,500
F26 1979 Corvette Coupe 350,195 hp” $10,000
F65 1979 Corvette $12,500
F35 1979 Corvette $26,000
F20 1980 Corvette Coupe 350/190 hp $15,500
F25 1980 Corvette $25,000
F63 1981 Corvette Coupe 2-Tone $26,000
F119 1982 Corvette Coupe 350 ci $6,700
F51 1982 Corvette Coupe Collector’s Edt $11,500
F52 1982 Corvette $12,250
F44 1982 Corvette 350/200 hp $18,000
S52 1982 Corvette $21,000
F111 1986 Corvette Convertible Pace Car $6,800
S32-37 1990-95 Corvette Coupe ZR-1 Collection $220,000
S9 1990 Corvette Coupe ZR-1 350/375 hp $24,000
F3 1991 Corvette Coupe $5,500
F80 1992 Corvette ZR-1 Lingenfelter Coupe 350/475 hp $23,500
F135 1993 Corvette $15,750
F107 1993 Corvette Coupe 40th Anv $17,500
S3 1993 Corvette Coupe $26,500
F121 1993 Corvette Coupe ZR1 350/405 hp $39,500
F2 1994 Corvette $8,900
S111.1 1995 Corvette Nassau Roadster $35,500
F128 1996 Corvette Coupe $5,700
F133 1996 Corvette $17,000
F8 1999 Corvette Convertible $17,500
S31 2001 Corvette Coupe Z06 $26,250
S23 2001 Corvette Coupe Z06 350/385 hp $28,000
F61 2002 Corvette $21,750
F124 2003 Corvette Convertible Z06 $30,500
F69 2003 Corvette Convertible 50th – VIN 50 $70,000
F131 2004 Corvette $29,750
S110.1 2004 Corvette $105,000
F106 2006 Corvette Z51 $33,500

Mecum Auctions handled the gavel duties of the two day auction. $8,745,619 in total Corvette sales were recorded with a sales success percentage listed as 47%.

The next major Corvette auction will be Corvettes of Carlisle on August 22-23rd. Carlisle is offering free consignments to sellers, but hurry as the July 15th deadline is rapidly approaching.


Source:
Mecum Collector Car Auctions

Related:
Proteam To Offer 40+ Corvettes at Bloomington Gold Auction
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1966 Corvette Coupe offered by Fred and Terry Michaelis

Over 500 Corvettes are expected to be offered at this year’s Bloomington Gold Auction which gets underway this afternoon. While many collectors consign a number of Corvettes to the country’s largest Corvette-only auction, this year’s event has a special collection of 42 Corvettes that have been hand-picked from the personal collection of Fred and Terry Michaelis of Proteam Corvette fame.

Many of these Corvettes are already Bloomtington Gold certified and represent the best of the best. These low mile, high horsepower and unique-optioned Corvettes will be offered over the two day event. After the jump are some of our favorites.

1966 Corvette Coupe offered by Fred and Terry MichaelisAnyone reading this blog for any length of time knows that I’m a sucker for Black Corvettes. And honestly, what could be better than this 1966 427/425 hp Tuxedo Black Coupe? With just 27,725 miles on the odometer and a super rare unique interior color combination of a Bright Blue dash and carpet with white leather seats, this Corvette offers the buyer the complete trifecta mentioned above. Other options include the M-21 4-speed transmission, F-41 special heavy duty brakes and full documentation includeing the warranty book and Protect-O-Plate. The selling time for this midyear coupe is Saturday at 2:10 pm.

1953 Corvette #93 offered by Fred and Terry MichaelisLast year we saw a run on 1953 Corvettes with eight being sold at public auctions throughout the Country with average prices of just under $320,000. Terry and Fred are bringing one of the finest 1953 Corvettes to Bloomington this year which will give us a chance to see if the market is still hot for the first year Corvette. This 1953 is VIN #93 and is considered one of the best 1953′s in the World. Like all 1953 Corvettes, this one is Polo White with Sportsman Red interior, has the Blue Flame straight-six powerplant coupled to a Powerglide transmission. Other options include the Wonderbar radiom, E-brake warning light, windshield washers and Courtesy Lights. This 1953 is nationally known with multiple NCRS Top Flught awards and a NCRS Duntov Mark of Excellence Award in 2005. This Corvette is expected to sell at 3:00 pm on Saturday.

1959 Resto-Rod Corvette offered by Fred and Terry MichaelisWith Proteam’s reputation for high quality original Corvettes, its kinda interesting to find a resto-rod in Fred and Terry’s collection. But like all restor-rod Corvette lovers, they were probably intriqued with having a Corvette that combined with the early model classic looks with late model Chevy performance. This resto-rod was built utilizising a 1959 Corvette Convertible body on a special Paul Newman chassis that was built to hold 1994′s LT4 350 ci 300 hp engine and 6-speed transmission. Like the Grand Sports built in 1996, this Corvette has a Grand Sport Admiral Blue exterior and Black leather interior. All the comforts of late model Corvettes are built into this 1959 Corvette include air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, AM/FM stereo with CD changer and halibrand knock-off wheels. The Corvette comes with documenation of the build process and includes a matching gas powered Corvette go-cart. This resto-rod Corvette will be auctioned on Friday.

For a full list of Corvettes being offered at this year’s Bloomington Gold Auction, check out the Cars List at Mecum Auctions. Look for lots beginning with X to denote that the Corvette comes from the Fred and Terry Michaelis special collection.

We’ll have more coverage of the auction as well as results as soon as their offered.


Source:
Mecum Collector Car Auctions

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