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Ferrari Formula One driver Kimi Raikkonen

Ferrari’s F1 World Champion Kimi Raikkonen paid $200,000 Euros or $329,326 USD for Sharon Stone’s 1974 Corvette at the Amber Fashion Show in Monaco this weekend. The auction was part of the F1 race festivities this weekend at Monte Carlo’s Meridien Beach plaza. The celebrity auction raised approximately $1.65 million for the Elton John AIDS Foundation. The 1974 Corvette is said to have just four miles on the odometer and is stored in Los Angeles. The $329,326 USD is certainly one of the highest if not the highest amount paid for a 1974 Corvette.

This is the second time Stone’s 1974 Corvette has been offered in an Elton John Foundation auction. Earlier this year the Corvette was a no-sale after a hapless participant at Elton John’s post-Oscar party and auction opened the bidding at $1 million, thinking he would be outbid. Unfortunately no else did bid and he had to tell Stone that it was joke. From all accounts, she was not amused.

Kimi Raikkonen is the highest paid Formula 1 driver with a contract estimated to be $50 Million USD. In 2007 Kimi switched rides from McLaren to Ferrari and captured the Formula One Drivers Championships by one point.


Source:
Reuters
Photo Credit: REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

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1969 427/435 L89 Corvette Coupe

For six previous weekends, Dana Mecum has been holding court at the Indianapolis Fairgrounds and doing what he does best – selling Corvettes and muscle cars. Two weeks ago Mecum’s Muscle Cars & More series that aired on the HD Theater network ended with a night of Corvettes. So it was with some interest that I tuned in over the weekend of May 15-17th to see the group of Corvettes offered at the newly relocated Spring Classic. What struck me the most about the Spring Classic Corvettes was how affordable some of these cars were.

Over the four day auction we counted 53 Corvettes offered with 37 selling. That’s 70% of Corvettes that were offered were sold for a total of $1,457,300. That’s an average of $39,386 per Corvette.

The top sale and the only Corvette to break the $100,000 barrier was a White 1968 Corvette Coupe with an L89 427/435 aluminum-head engine, which sold for $115,000. This Corvette features just 9,865 original miles and comes with a bevy of awards and certifications including NCRS 4 Star Bowtie, NCRS National Top Flight, Bloomington Gold Survivor and Bench Certification and the Triple Crown Award.

Second on the top selling list was a 1962 Fawn Beige Corvette with a 327/360 Fuel Injected engine coupled to a 4-speed transmission. Sold for $90,000, the ’62 features a fresh body-off restoration by an NCRS member who has been judging solid axle Corvettes since 1997.

We also saw a number of midyear Corvettes selling at prices not seen recently. However we were not at the auction and the descriptions of some of these Corvettes are severely lacking in details. Having said that, 5 midyears out of 14 offered sold for under $40,000.

Early C3 Corvettes models were out in force at the Spring Classic. Six Corvettes from 1969 were offered with 5 selling. Helped by the high price of our L89 Top Seller, these Corvettes sold for an average of $55,900.

Here are the full results from the Mecum Spring Classic in Indianapolis:

LOT YEAR MODEL SOLD HIGH BID
S84 1954 Corvette Resto-Mod   $70,000
T155 1956 Corvette Resto-Mod – 350/370 $60,000  
S164 1956 Corvette Convertible   $70,000
S27 1958 Corvette Convertible $65,000  
S161 1959 Corvette Convertible Resto-Mod $80,000  
T143 1962 Corvette Convertible – 327/360   $78,000
S199 1962 Corvette Convertible – 327/360 FI $90,000  
T56 1963 Corvette Convertible $36,000  
T144 1963 Corvette Convertible – 327/360 $85,000  
F204 1963 Corvette Convertible $55,000  
S51 1963 Corvette $51,500  
T100 1964 Corvette Convertible $35,000  
F250 1965 Corvette Convertible – 327/375 $72,500  
S20 1965 Corvette Convertible $38,250  
S21 1965 Corvette Convertible   $22,000
S85 1965 Corvette Coupe – 327/365 $62,500  
F133 1966 Corvette Convertible $36,500  
F182 1966 Corvette Coupe – 327/350 $50,000  
T31.1 1967 Corvette – 427/400   $115,000
S24 1967 Corvette Convertible $78,500  
S50 1967 Corvette Convertible $38,000  
T119 1968 Corvette – 427/435   $60,000
S168 1969 Corvette Coupe – L89 427/435 $115,000  
F164 1969 Corvette Convertible $27,000  
F176 1969 Corvette Convertible $33,500  
S15 1969 Corvette Convertible $52,500  
S89 1969 Corvette Coupe – 427/435 $51,500  
S167 1969 Corvette Convertible – 427/390   $94,000
T1 1971 Corvette – 454/365   $25,000
F36 1972 Corvette Coupe – 350 ci   $14,000
F41 1972 Corvette Coupe – 350 ci $18,000  
F74 1972 Corvette Coupe – 350 ci   $16,500
F109 1972 Corvette Convertible $26,000  
F177 1972 Corvette $18,000  
S72 1972 Corvette Convertible   $57,000
F76 1973 Corvette Convertible – 350 ci $20,500  
F165 1973 Corvette Convertible $28,000  
F240 1973 Corvette $9,300  
F268 1974 Corvette Coupe – 350/200 $16,000  
F285 1975 Corvette – 350 ci $8,500  
F95 1976 Corvette $16,250  
T102 1977 Corvette – 350 ci $9,500  
F13 1977 Corvette $10,000  
F150 1978 Corvette Pace Car $15,500  
T95 1980 Corvette   $10,500
T126 1981 Corvette – 350 ci $10,500  
F66 1982 Corvette   $15,000
T26 1986 Corvette Convertible Pace Car $10,000  
F190 1989 Corvette $13,000  
T137 1993 Corvette Coupe – 350/380   $13,500
F136 1995 Corvette   $26,000
F57 1998 Corvette Coupe $15,000  
F260 2005 Corvette Convertible Pace Car   $58,000
         
    Total Corvette Sales $1,457,300  

Mecum’s next auction event is the St. Paul High Performance Auction held June 20-21st and then the team will be off to St. Charles, Illinois for the Bloomington Gold Auction on June 27-28th.


Source:
Mecum Auctions

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1967 Corvette Roadster

MB in Minnesota submitted his 1967 Corvette Roadster to Corvette Values:

1967 Corvette Roadster, VIN #194677S105XXX. L71 427-435 engine, 4-Speed Transmission. 52,436 original miles. Goodwood Green with Saddle vinyl interior. The Corvette’s options include power steering, M21 transmission, factory side exhaust, headrests, shoulder harnesses and a Black Vinyl hardtop. The exterior paint is good, mechanicals are excellent and the Corvette is all original and has never been restored. Documentation includes the original bill of sale, protecto plate and owner history.

Find out how we valued this Corvette after the jump.

1967 Corvette Roadster 1967 Corvette Roadster 1967 Corvette Roadster

The VIN indicates it was built in December, 1966, early in the 1967 production year. The owner indicates the mileage, 52,435 is original and correct.

This Corvette is rare from a number of perspectives. The first being it is all original and has not been restored. It is Goodwood Green in color, the most popular paint color in the 1967 Corvette model year. The paint is classified in good condition. The interior is in excellent condition, including the door panels, carpet and Saddle vinyl seats with optional headrests. In addition, this Vette has the optional shoulder belts. Both the headrests and shoulder belts can be considered rare with less than 8% of the 1967 models ordered with these options.

This Corvette is powered by a very desirable high performance, 427-435, original motor coupled with a four-speed close ratio manual transmission.

Other options include the correct side-mounted exhaust system, power steering, AM/FM radio and cast aluminum bolt-on wheels (added, not ordered when the Corvette was built). Another rare option is the black vinyl covered hardtop.

From a curb appeal standpoint, this Corvette presents an excellent profile with its Green paint and White ‘stinger’ trim on the hood and the optional wheels and bright side exhaust.

Adding to its value, this Corvette’s originality is substantiated by the available bill of sale, protecto plate and owner history.

We place a value of $125,000 on this very original, low mileage 1967 Corvette Roadster.

As a side-note, the one year appreciation factor in average price for a 1967 Roadster is 11%. Also, this Corvette appears to be ready for NCRS and/or Bloomington certification that could enhance the value of this Corvette by an estimated $25,000.

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Source:
VetteFinders.com Appraisal Service
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Keith Martin's 1963 Split Window Corvette

Keith Martin, publisher of Sports Car Market and Corvette Market magazines is offering his 1963 Corvette Coupe for sale on eBay. Keith is very well known in the collector car market and several of his publications feature photos of him with this Corvette, including his book “Keith Martin’s Guide to Car Collecting“. The Corvette was part of the ever rotating stable of collectibles that are used by Sports Car Market staff and to make room for some new additions, the Sebring Silver split window has to go.

Martin has owned the 1963 Split Window Coupe for nearly three years and like all cars in the SCM collection, has kept the Corvette in driver ready condition. Any classic Corvette owner will tell you they need to be driven regularly and according to Martin, this one is ready for show or go. “We wouldn’t hesitate to get in it and hit Route 66 tomorrow.” says the eBay description.

Keith Martin's 1963 Split Window Corvette Keith Martin's 1963 Split Window Corvette Keith Martin's 1963 Split Window Corvette

The cosmetics are very presentable with decent paint, chrome and panel gaps. The interior’s carpet, door panels and dash show very well. Heck, even the clock works!

It’s interesting to note that the 1963 Corvette Coupe features a non-matching engine that was cobbled together from various sources. Interchangeability is one of the hallmarks of Chevy’s smallblock V8s and the builder of this engine apparently took full advantage of that fact. The block (3892657) is from a 1967 car or truck, but was not offered in a Corvette. The heads come from a 1970-80 350 passenger car. Build date code on them shows September 30, 1974 and the intake is from a 1966-67 327/350 Nova/Chevy II/Corvette. What’s remarkable about this Frankenstein is how good it looks with the finned Corvette valve covers and chrome air cleaner.

The Corvette was subject of a detailed analysis by Colin Comer, a regular contributor to Corvette Market and author of the book “Million Dollar Muscle Cars”. You can read his walkthrough of the engine and drive train at Sports Car Market. As there is no original documentation to go on, the clues lead Comer to believe that the Corvette was originally equipped with a 327 ci 340 hp engine.

Although today was the first day the Corvette was available on eBay, it already broke through the reserve price and is currently listed at $40,100 with 17 bids place. The auction ends on May 12th.


Source:
eBay
Corvette Market

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[VIDEO] Auction Results: 1955 Pennant Blue Corvette

by Keith Cornett on May 5, 2008

A Pennant Blue 1955 Corvette Roadster

1955 was the turning point for Corvette with two significant changes that kept the 2 seat roadster from becoming extinct. The first was the introduction of the V8 engine – a 265 ci 195 hp small block that ushered the beginning of continual performance upgrades in the Corvette. The second was the introduction of Ford’s Thunderbird. Ford sold just over 16,000 Thunderbirds in its inaugural year compared to the Corvettes 4,600 during its first three years of production. Some say GM execs were too embarrassed to quit in light of Ford’s success. Let’s be glad they persevered and built Corvette into the iconic symbol it is today.

The 1955 Corvette was the second lowest year of Corvette production with just 700 built. The new 265 cubic inch V8 was mated to a powerglide automatic, although the straight six Blue Flame was offered in seven cars. To signify the V8 change, an enlarged gold “V” was added to the Chevrolet script of those Corvettes offered with the new V8.

Five exterior colors were offered with Pennant Blue being the second least produced color with just 45 examples. Polo White remained the most popular of color choices at 325 while the rarest of all colors were the 15 painted in Corvette Copper.

This Pennant Blue 1955 Corvette was auction by Mecum during their Muscle Cars & More event televised on HD Theater. It features the V8 engine with a powerglide transmission. Other options include the Wonderbar radio, side windows, window bag, shielding and coil cover. It is sequence number 30 out of 700 produced and is just 1 of 45 Pennant Blues produced. In 2002 it was awarded the prestigious Bloomington Gold certificate.


Source:
Mecum Auctions
HD Theater

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April 2008 Corvette Sales

by Keith Cornett on May 1, 2008

GM released April 2008′s Corvette sales figures and for the third consecutive month, the total number of Corvettes delivered was larger than the month before. April 2008′s Corvette sales totaled 3,190 – nearly 500 Corvettes more than were delivered in March, an increase of 18.5%. Although the number was still behind April 2007′s delivery of 3,227 Corvettes, the gap in year to year sales shrunk to just 1.1%. For the calendar year (Jan-Apr) 9,968 Corvettes have been delivered, lagging 12.6% behind the 11,403 Corvettes sold during the same time period in 2007.

Chevrolet just offered its first rebate of the year for Corvette. For the next five days, Chevy is offering $1,000 Bonus Cash for cars already on dealer’s lots. The $1,000 rebate is exactly what we called for back in February to move existing stock and clearing the way for the 2009 Corvettes.

2008 Corvette Delivery Statistics
Month Calendar Year-to-Date
Month 2008 2007 % Change Months 2008 2007 % Change
January 2,015 2,234 -9.8% Jan-Jan 2,015 2,234 -9.8%
February 2,071 2,784 -25.6% Jan-Feb 4,086 5,018 -18.6%
March 2,692 3,158 -14.8% Jan-Mar 6,788 8,176 -17.1%
April 3,190 3,227 -1.1% Jan-Apr 9,968 11,403 -12.6%


2007 Corvette Delivery Statistics
Month Calendar Year-to-Date
Month 2007 2006 % Change Months 2007 2006 % Change
January 2,234 2,579 -16.8% Jan-Jan 2,234 2,579 -16.8%
February 2,784 3,058 -9.0% Jan-Feb 5,018 5,637 -11.0%
March 3,158 3,655 -16.7% Jan-Mar 8,176 9,292 -12.0%
April 3,227 3,516 -0.6% Jan-Apr 11,403 12,808 -11.0%
May 3,300 3,317 -4.3% Jan-May 14,703 16,125 -8.8%
June 3,055 2,938 0.1% Jan-Jun 17,758 19,063 -6.8%
July 2,377 2,794 -11.4% Jan-Jul 20,135 21,857 -7.9%
August 2,877 2,990 -3.8% Jan-Aug 23,012 24,842 -7.4%
September 2,837 3,056 -3.5% Jan-Sept 25,849 27,903 -7.4%
October 2,484 2,761 -13.5% Jan-Oct 28,333 30,664 -7.6%
November 2,438 2,773 -12.1% Jan-Nov 30,771 33,437 -8.0%
December 2,914 3,081 -5.4% Jan-Dec 33,685 36,518 -7.8%


Corvette Stock Report:
A check of Jeff Hardy’s website shows a total of 6,770 2008 Corvettes on the ground. That’s an increase of just 28 Corvettes more compared with March’s 6,742.

  • 3,824 Corvette Coupes
  • 1,537 Corvette Convertibles
  • 1,324 Corvette Z06

According to the site, there are 617 2007 Corvettes still available at dealers across the nation.


Source:
GM.com
JeffHardy.com

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March 2008 Corvette Sales
February 2008 Corvette Sales

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1993 Corvette 40th Anniversary Coupe

I present this video from Mecum’s Muscle Cars and More April 26th auction for two reasons. The first is that the commentators are absolutely correct in saying Corvettes like this 1993 40th Anniversary Edition are a great way for get started in the Corvette hobby. They represent value and performance and should be nearing the end of declining prices. That being said, I wish I was in Indy with a bidder’s card when this Corvette stalled and then was hammered for $11,000.

The 40th Anniversary Ruby Red Coupes was a popular choice in 1993 with 6,749 out of 21,590 produced. This Corvette Coupe appears to be in regular driver condition and features the very reliable LT1 350 ci 300 hp V8 mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission.

Our Corvette Price Guide puts the average value of the 1993 Anniversary Coupe at $17,900 and while we show this model still depreciating at 4% per year, $11,000 for this Corvette is a great buy.


Source:
Mecum Auctions
HD Theater

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The End of the 2008 Corvette is Near!

by Keith Cornett on April 24, 2008

The sun sets on the 2008 Corvette Model Year

The opportunity for you to custom order a 2008 Corvette is rapidly coming to an end. Chevrolet dealers received their final allocations this week and you will need to act fast as this is the final week to get your order placed. Corvettes ordered this week will be built the week of May 19, 2008.

The 2008 model year for Corvette will come to a close on June 20th. The plant will be idled for three days as its prepped to produce the 2009 Corvette. Production on the 2009 is slated to begin June 23rd for Coupe, Convertible and Z06. ZR1 Corvette production is expected to start three weeks later on July 14th.

Constraints this week include:

  • QX3 Chrome Wheels
  • 67U Machine Silver
  • Z44 427 Limited Edition Z06
  • Z4Z Corvette Pace Car

As our sales analysis on the Indy 500 Corvette Pace Car indicated, dealers that took a chance and ordered the Corvette will have in stock and available in early May.

If you’ve already picked out your Corvette but have yet to decide on a dealer, contact Dave Salvatore at Kerbeck Corvette, the world’s largest Corvette dealer at 1-877-537-2325. Dave can help you navigate through the buying process and your Corvette can be delivered anywhere including the National Corvette Museum.


Source:
Kerbeck Corvette

Related:
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GM Announces Production Dates for 2008/2009 Corvettes

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30th Anniversary Indy 500 Corvette Pace Car

Late last year with much fanfare, Chevrolet announced that for the first time ever two Corvettes would be pacing the Indianapolis 500. One of the Corvettes is the customized Z06 E85 Concept highlighting GM’s Green Initiative and will showcase the ability of the automaker to run even the Corvette on E85 Ethanol. But it was the second Corvette that is even more interesting in our opinion as it marked the 30th Anniversary of the 1978 Corvette Pace Car and would be commemorated by a special run of 500 Pace Car Replicas.

With only 500 of these special editions available, you would think that these Indy Pace Car replicas would be in demand and sell fast, but from the conversations we’ve had with several high-volume Corvette dealers, that just doesn’t appear to be the case. Here is what we’ve been hearing as the major roadblocks to sales of the 30th Anniversary Corvette Pace Car and why we think owning this special edition is a smart investment.

Dealers may be bypassing this year’s Corvette Pace Car replica because last year model didn’t sell well. Many point to the late entry of the replica into the 2007 production model run. The 2007 Corvette Pace Car Replica didn’t hit the lots until June, well after the running of the Indianapolis 500. We also believe that demand for last year’s Pace Car was tempered by news of the 2008 Corvette models which featured a new, more powerful engine and interior upgrades. As a matter a fact, that news is attributed to an overall decline in sales of all 2007 Corvettes.

Last year, Chevrolet offered two special edition Corvettes at the same time, the Ron Fellows ALMS GT1 Championship Z06 and a Indy 500 Corvette Pace Car replica. Buyers overwhelmingly gravitated to the Ron Fellows Z06 Signature Edition. This year, Chevrolet again offered two special edition Corvettes at the same time: The 427 Limited Edition Corvette Z06 and the 30th Anniversary Corvette Indy Pace Car Replica and guess what? Buyers again gravitated first to the Z06.

So why is the 30th Anniversary Corvette Indy Pace Car Replica a smart buy? The first is economics. No, I’m not saying buy this car and you’ll make money on it. But you will lose less money because of its limited production of only 500 cars. Recent history shows the depreciation of the Corvette Pace Cars will be less than an average coupe or convertible Corvette and will generally start appreciating first and faster than their regular production counterparts.

1998 Indy 500 Corvette Pace CarTake a look at the 1998 Corvette Indy Pace Car. 1,158 of the Purple and Yellow Corvettes were produced. It’s 10 years old now and the five year depreciation number for the Pace Car replica is -19%. However, the 1998 Corvette Coupe’s five year depreciation is -26% while the 1998 Corvette convertible was down -29% over five years.

1995 Indy 500 Corvette Pace CarThe news is even better for the 1995 Corvette Pace Car. Only 527 of these Corvettes were built and over the last five years, the Pace Car has appreciated 19% while the regular production Coupe was down -7% and the roadster was down -12% over the same time frame. The Pace Car’s appreciation is even higher than the 1995 ZR-1 which shows an 8% increase.

The second reason we like this year’s Pace Car replica is that it’s offered in either a Coupe or Convertible model, and the option choices will all but guarantee that there will be some interesting combinations when its all said and done. We already know that there are no major changes for next year’s Corvette model so that hurdle has been removed. And forget the “All Corvettes are Red” mantra. The Indy 500 Pace Car is finally back in black, the number one selling Corvette color.

Lastly, the Pace Car is signed and numbered by 2-time Indianapolis 500 winner Emerson Fittipaldi, making this Corvette only the third model in the car’s 55 year history to feature a signature. We’re still hoping that in the future this honor is reserved only for those who’ve had a direct impact on the Corvette and the enthusiast community.

So the final question you should be asking is where can I get one? We suggest getting in touch with Dave Salvatore at Kerbeck Corvette who told us they have several available. Dave can be reached at 1-877-537-2325 . Also, I’d be remiss if I didn’t thank Jim “Z” of Spitzer Chevrolet who was kind enough to answer our inquiries for this story.


Source:
Appreciation and depreciation figures on the 1995 and 1998 Corvette Pace Car from Vette-N-Vestments 2008 Corvette Pricing Guide.

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Video: Unveiling the 2008 Indy 500 Corvette Pace Cars

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1971 Corvette LT-1 Coupe

More than a few eyebrows were raised when Mecum Auctions announced their 6-week run of “Muscle Cars & More” at the Indianapolis Fairgrounds with television coverage provided by Discovery Channel’s HD Theater. We saw the main challenge as being two-fold. Could Mecum keep a sustainable pipeline of quality cars coming in over the course of the 6-week auction run AND could they keep the interest of buyers who are used to the weekend auction fly-in (or drive-in)? We’re here to report a solid yes regarding the Corvettes and a definite maybe on the buyers.

After three weeks of auctions, Mecum has sold $1,774,000 of Corvettes. So far, 43 Corvettes have been offered and 29 have sold for a 67% success rate. Only 14 were unsold, but with Mecum’s “The Bid Goes On” program, its possible that several more of these Corvettes may move over to the sold column.

The quality of Corvettes at a Mecum auction is always strong and the Corvettes appearing at Mecum’s Muscle Cars & More on HD Theater is about what we’ve expected. Collectible Corvettes of various years have been made available each of the first three weeks, but it was week 2 that was the night for showcasing Corvettes. We saw a 1963 Corvette Coupe Z06 Tanker sell for $225,500 and a 1967 Corvette Convertible with a 427/435 hp L71 go for $160,000. Week 2 also featured a bevy of fuel injected Corvettes as well as several RPO 687 Big Brake C1 Corvettes. So the quality and variety of Corvettes available are there.

Which leads us to the quality of buyers. We got a friend to Tivo and copy to DVD the Week 2 auction that was heavy with Corvettes. We saw several familiar faces including Terry Michaelis of Proteam, David Burroughs of Bloomington Gold fame and Terry Malone from Corvettes of Dallas. The Week 2 auction also appeared to have a steady stream of telephone and internet bidders, which we think would be a popular method of buyer participation in a multi-week auction format. With Corvettes selling successfully at a rate of 67%, our verdict on the quality of buyers week-in and week-out is a definite maybe and will be reevaluated at the close of the final auction next month.

So after three weeks of the six week run, here are the Corvette auction results from Mecum’s “Muscle Cars & More” TV Auction on HD Theater. Lot numbers starting A and J1 are from Week 1. B and J2 are Week 2 and C and J3 were sold on Week 3:

LOT YEAR MODEL SOLD HIGH BID
A2 1972 Corvette $18,000  
A3 1978 Corvette Pace Car – L82 4-Speed   $20,000
A6 1972 Corvette $16,000  
A19 2004 Corvette Convertible Comm Edt $29,000  
A40 1995 Corvette Convertible $13,250  
A45 1975 Corvette $16,000  
A46 1967 Corvette   $45,000
A53 1968 Corvette Convertible 427/435 $66,000  
J119 1986 Corvette   $24,000
J121 1986 Corvette Pace Car $8,500  
J125 1987 Corvette $6,500  
B1 1966 Corvette Coupe 427/390 $63,500  
B2 1995 Corvette Coupe Lingenfelter   $19,000
B3 1993 Corvette $10,750  
B4 1974 Corvette $19,000  
B9 1965 Corvette   $34,000
B12 1967 Corvette Convertible 427/400 $96,000  
B16 1977 Corvette T-Top $8,500  
B24 1962 Corvette Convertible $55,000  
B31 1956 Corvette Convertible 265/225   $74,000
B33 1958 Corvette Convertible 283/290 FI $125,000  
B34 1963 Corvette Z06 Tanker $222,500  
B35 1967 Corvette Convertible 427/435 $160,000  
B36 1962 Corvette Convertible 327/360 $135,000  
B37 1961 Corvette Convertible RPO 687 $132,500  
B39 1963 Corvette Convertible 327/360 FI   $86,000
B40 1958 Corvette Convertible 283/270 $94,000  
B41 1959 Corvette Convertible 283/290 FI $137,500  
B42 1962 Corvette Convertible 327/360 FI   $82,000
B44 1956 Corvette Convertible 265/225 $94,000  
B45 1963 Corvette Convertible 327/360   $67,500
J202 1964 Corvette Coupe 327/300 $35,750  
J204 1995 Corvette   $10,500
J210 1967 Corvette   $50,000
C21 1971 Corvette $13,000  
C24 1966 Corvette Convertible 327/300 $51,500  
C32 1971 Corvette T-Top LT-1 $46,000  
C37 1970 Corvette T-Top 454/390 $39,500  
C52 1967 Corvette Coupe 427/400 $51,000  
J315 1988 Corvette Coupe   $7,500
J316 1990 Corvette Coupe ZR-1 350/385   $20,000
J326 1995 Corvette Coupe LT1 350 $10,750  
J334 1970 Corvette Coupe 350/350   $14,500
         
    Total Corvette Sales (Week 1-3): $1,774,000  

Mecum’s live auction continues this weekend at 8pm Est on HD Theater.


Source:
Mecum Auctions
HD Theater

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