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Dealer Attempts Sale of Ron Fellows Z06 Corvette On eBay

by Keith Cornett on February 20, 2007

The Ron Fellows ALMS GT1 Championship Corvette Z06Plans are being firmed up for how the roughly 300 Ron Fellows ALMS GT1 Championship Z06 Corvettes will be allocated in the US. But that didn’t stop Hare Chevrolet of Noblesville, Indiana for a chance to cash in on the hype surrounding the Artic White Signature Corvette. On February 12, just 5 days following the debut of the car at the Chicago Auto Show, Hare Chevrolet created an ebay auction to sell their allocation of the Z33 Ron Fellows Corvette Z06. If you want it, just bid the amount OVER MSRP that you want to pay for it. The bidding reached $16,700 but failed to make reserve and the auction ended yesterday, February 19th. From the eBay auction:

Bowling Green are only making 300 of these rare Z06′s for sale in the United States!! Hare Chevrolet will be getting ONE of these!! To put it in perspective for all bidders, there are over 4300 Chevrolet dealerships in the country, and once these collectibles are gone, they’re gone. Here is your chance to truely own a Rare Z06… The bid that you are bidding is for the price over MSRP you are willing to pay. Example; winning bidder of $25000.00 will be responsible for MSRP plus $25000.00 plus $125 documentation fee. That’s it.
I’m not against a dealer trying to make a buck or two, and perhaps the auction format is the best way to allow the market to decide who wants the Corvette the most. I am wary of those selling cars that haven’t even been built yet. What if the dealer doesn’t get the allocation? What if the dealer’s owner suddenly decides he wants the car. Too many factors this far out can only lead to dissatisfaction with the dealer and the sales process, thereby reinforcing the axiom of “car dealers are out to screw the customer”.
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Corvette Generational Pricing Highlights of 2006

by Keith Cornett on February 9, 2007

Today we conclude our annual Corvette pricing series by taking a look at the Corvette generational pricing highlights of 2006. The years have been good to Corvette and their owners. Every model from 1953-1982 shows yearly appreciation. The newest models are those depreciating, as they should. Yet performance models like the Z06 or special editions like the 1996 Collector Editions and Grand Sports are either holding their own or showing modest appreciation. How many other cars can you point to that offer the same type of investment quality for a fair amount depending on the model and year? The following are highlights from the 2007 Corvette Price Guide: 1953-1962:
1961 Corvette RoadsterGood price performance for these early models with half of them showing double digit appreciation. Last year, in total, these models were the appreciation leaders. This year they share top honors with the mid-year Corvettes. The entry level Corvette for the series continues to be the 1961 model with an average resale price of $41,400 showing an 8% appreciation factor. This is the first year one of the entry models crossed the $40,000 threshold. 1963-1967:
1964 Corvette CoupeThe appreciation range for the mid-years was +2 to +13% with seven of the ten in the series showing double digit appreciation. On average, the mid-years showed the same appreciation factor as the early models during the 2006 calendar year. Their numbers were just short of the 10% mark. At the top of the list, from an average price perspective was the 1967 Roadster at an average price of $52,500. Once again the 1964 Coupe was the entry level Corvette breaking the $30,000 threshold at $31,500. The Roadster continues to command $1,500-$4,500 more than a comparable equipped Coupe with the exception of the 1963 models where the Coupe commands an additional $6,000. In the high price category, all but the 1964 models sold over the $100,000 mark. Of course, these models were an array of Corvettes that had low mileage originals, or were restored, equipped with high performance motors, special options, certification and or/documentation. They were definitely not your typical street driven Corvette. 1968-1982:
1978 T-Top CorvetteThis generation showed a wide range of average prices from a low of $8,600 to almost $26,000. The entry level Corvette a 1978 T-Top reflected a 4% appreciation factor. This “low” price can be attributed to all of the interest in the 1978 T-Top’s companion models, the Silver Anniversary and the Pace Car. These two models represented almost 50% of the 1978 production line. The price leader in the series was the 1970 Roadster, no change from one year ago, at a new average price of $25,900 showing a 9% appreciation factor. When we look at the 1968-1971 models, appreciation levels are comparable to the 1953-1967 models shown in our appreciation chart. The appreciation factor for this series ranged from +2% to +17%. The special editions in the series, The Silver Anniversary, Pace Car and Collector Edition, were all in the +4% to +6% appreciation range. The Pace Car was the price leader at $20,900, followed by the Collector Edition at $18,800 and the Silver Anniversary at $13,500. The price spread between the T-Top and Roadster ranged from $4,400 to $8,800. The latter being the 1975 Roadster at $18,500 compared to the T-Top at $9,700. This time, we see the “last” mystic applied to the Roadster model until the Roadster was reintroduced in 1986. 1984-1996:
1987 Corvette CoupeThis series showed good appreciation results with most of the models moving toward the appreciation classification. The appreciation factor ranged from -4% to +8% for this series. None of the Corvettes reflected double digit appreciation, however 23 of the 38 models showed positive results, seven had no change and eight showed depreciation results. One a comparative basis going back two years, 26 of the 38 Corvettes in this series showed depreciation results; one year ago the number had dropped to 20. The trend is definitely going in the right direction. The high price leader in average price was the 1996 Grand Sport Roadster at $43,400. It is considered rare with the production of only 190 units built. It also showed an 8% appreciation factor this year. It partner, the Coupe, also did well at $33,600 for a +6% appreciation. The ZR-1s in the group showed modest appreciation in the +1 to +3% range with the exception being the 1995 model showing -4% at $41,200. The 1990 ZR-1 continues to sell in the mid-twenties at $26,300. On average the Roadster continues to command $4,000 more than the Coupe. The entry level prices are below the $10,000 with average prices starting at $8,200 for the 1984 Coupe escalating slightly each year to the 1987 Coupe at $9,900. 1997-2004:
2003 Z06 CorvetteThe C5 models continue to head in the right direction as only one showed double digit depreciation in 2006, the previously mentioned 1999 Hardtop. Eleven of the models show depreciation levels at -5% or below compared to -9% one year ago. On the plus side of the ledger, three have reached the plus plateau, the 1998 Coupe at +3% at $20,500, the 1998 Pace Car at +2% at $28,000, and the 2002 Z06 at +2% at $32,500. And the 2003 Z06 was not change at $36,000. Roadster prices compared to the Coupes again had a $3,000 price spread. It is interesting to note the price gap closes in the resale market compared to an average difference of approximately $8,000 between the Roadster and Coupe when purchased new. Another interesting comparison is the Roadster to the Z06. The Z06 has the resale pricing edge at $500-$1,000. Evidently more horsepower outweighs “dropping the top”, however this was the average price spread when purchasing these Corvettes new. You may get tired of hearing this, but the C5 is an outstanding buy in today’s resale market. 2005-2007:
2006 Corvette ConvertibleThere is not much new to add here. Double depreciation for the new Roadster and Coupe after the drive off the showroom floor is normal. The Z06 prices are holding, settling down to the list price rather than the “pent up over sticker” prices given to be an early owner of these power machines. Our database showed the 2006 Z06 at a modest -1% depreciation factor. Should the Corvette Super Sport 650HP model be announced as a production vehicle, the impact on the sixth generation Z06 will be interesting to see! The 2007 Corvette Price Guide contains data from the sales of over 5,800 Corvettes from last year to give us the High, Low, and Average prices of all Corvette model years and body styles. The guide also contains appreciation and depreciation figures for One, Two and Five years, as well as pricing for options including motors, wheels and A/C. Available now for $20 through the VetteFinders.com online store. Shipping is now free.
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Depreciating Corvettes: Top 12 Price Declines of 2006

by Keith Cornett on February 8, 2007

The depreciation chart starts with the 2006 C6 generation – certainly no surprise. The double digit depreciation is the norm for a new Corvette that has been on the street for more than two years. The same holds true for the last of the C5 models, 2004 Corvettes. Evidently there is not a “last model” mystic for the C5 generation yet.

TOP DEPRECIATION MODELS
Year Model % Change Average Price
2006 Coupe -15% $43,500
2006 Roadster -14% $51,500
2005 Roadster -13% $48,000
1999 Hardtop -12% $19,000
2005 Coupe -11% $39,500
2000 Roadster -8% $25,800
2000 Hardtop -8% $20,800
2001 Roadster -7% $28,000
2003 Roadster -7% $35,500
2003 50th Roadster -6% $38,000
2004 Coupe -6% $34,000
2004 Roadster -6% $38,500
1999 Corvette HardtopThe early hardtops, 1999 and 2000 made the list with their special body style without any performance enhancements, as well as no removable top options. This ties in with the fact that no Z06’s made the depreciation list this year. Adding performance to the hardtop made a big difference from a resale perspective.
2003 50th Anniversary RoadsterThe 2003 Anniversary Roadster made the depreciation chart this year showing a -6% factor in average resale price. As one may recall, the 2003 Anniversary model was available in a Coupe and a Roadster at an add-on price of $5,000 for the Anniversary package that included the preferred equipment group and F-55 Magnetic Selection Ride Control. Had these two options been ordered on a non-anniversary model, the price tag would have been $2,895, making the true cost of the Anniversary package $2,105. The production for the Anniversary Roadster was 7,547 units and the Coupe at 4,085. The 2003 Anniversary Coupe is showing a 5% depreciation in average price. The difference can be related to the Coupe being the rarer of the two models with less production numbers. Bottom Line: Compared to one year ago, the C5 Corvettes show a lesser degree of depreciation. These models are a truly outstanding buy in today’s resale market considering their performance, handling and comfort/convenience features. Tomorrow, we’ll conclude our annual Corvette pricing series by taking a look at the Corvette generational pricing highlights of 2006. The 2007 Corvette Price Guide contains data from the sales of over 5,800 Corvettes from last year to give us the High, Low, and Average prices of all Corvette model years and body styles. The guide also contains appreciation and depreciation figures for One, Two and Five years, as well as pricing for options including motors, wheels and A/C. Available now for $20 through the VetteFinders.com online store. Shipping is now free.
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Appreciating Corvettes: Top 12 Price Gainers of 2006

by Keith Cornett on February 7, 2007

Corvette continues with another great year that ended on December 31, 2006. The new models continued to impress the consumers with media recognition and numerous awards. In the Corvette resale arena, once again our concept of “Vette-N-Vestments” continued to move up the model years with positive results in average price. As shown in our 2007 Corvette Price Guide, positive results convey through the third generation Corvettes, 1953-1982. The fourth generation Corvettes, 1984-1996, there are 30 of the 38 models showing no change or positive results in resale value appreciation. The good news continues with the fifth generation Corvettes, 1997-2004 with three models showing positive results and two reflecting no change compared to none in this classification one year ago.

TOP APPRECIATION MODELS
Year Model % Change Average Price
1968 T-Top 17% $19,500
1973 T-Top 16% $13,900
1954 Roadster 15% $50,600
1971 T-Top 15% $19,500
1971 Roadster 15% $23,500
1963 Roadster 13% $36,000
1970 T-Top 13% $21,300
1958 Roadster 12% $46,200
1962 Roadster 12% $45,000
1965 Coupe 12% $38,300
1965 Roadster 12% $40,200
1966 Roadster 12% $44,000
Once again we have identified the top Corvettes from an average price appreciation perspective. We had previously called this our “Top Ten” Chart, however, it has now been increased to TWELVE based on five models showing an appreciation of 12%. Of interest is the generation spread on the “Top 12 Appreciation Chart”. The chart covers three generations of Corvettes with the results rather evenly spread among them. Most likely the reason for new arrivals on the chart is that the Corvette enthusiast, both new and old, have realized they can be the proud owner of a Corvette regardless of price, year or body style. It is quite apparent that pre-1984 models continue to appreciate. Many of today’s buyers do not have the funds to step up to the 1953-1967 models so they are “investing” in the 1968-1982 models with many of these showing appreciation levels comparable to the S&P Stock Market Index. Should there be a market correction in the near future, these owners will still know they have the satisfaction of driving their investment. 1968 T-Top CorvetteHeading the top of the average appreciation chart is the 1968 Corvette T-Top at 17% average appreciation over a year ago. The 1968 T-Top has made our “Top Ten” list for the past three years. The two year appreciation factor for this model was 31% and the five year growth was at 63% – certainly better than the market in almost any regard. Adding to the interest in the 1968 T-Top is the long list of optional motors available, including the very collectable L- 88, 427/430 of which only 80 units were built. Close behind is the L-89 with the aluminum heads for the 427/435 motor. Only 624 of these were built. One may wonder why the 1969 model did not make the top appreciation list this year since it is virtually the same body style as the 1968 models along with the same motor options. Historically, buyers initially stayed away from the 1968 model year in part due to the numerous engineering changes/modifications that were incorporated into the 1969 model year. That is changing. In recent years we had noted a run-up in 1969 model year prices and these prices stabilized this year, so no record appreciation growth for the 1969 models in 2006. 1973 T-Top CorvetteThe number two appreciation spot was somewhat of a surprise showing the 1973 T-Top at 16%. Evidently the new front bumper treatment that makes the 1973 model unique coupled with its traditional rear chrome bumpers and new front end had not been a problem for consumers in the recent resale market. This model still remains priced at $5,000 below its T-Top predecessors.
1954 Corvette RoadsterHolding down third position was one of the early models, a 1954 Roadster, always a classic. For a number of years, the appreciation factor of this model was at a minimum. Our 2004 and 2005 Price Guides showed the average price for the 1954 Roadster to be in the mid to upper thirties. One year ago it made the top ten list showing a 12% appreciation factor at $43,900. This year it has broken the $50,000 threshold at $50,600. With the 1953 “look-alike” selling at an average price of over $100,000, the 1954 model, available in a number of rare colors, has whet the appetite of first generation enthusiasts. 1971 T-Top CorvetteThe appreciation chart continues with the 1971 T-Top and Roadster along with the 1970 T-Top. Again the collectability and appreciation factor of the early models of the third generation Corvette is being realized by the consumer, consequently the average resale price is being driven to record levels. The word on the street is, “if it has a chrome bumper, buy it!”
1958 Corvette RoadsterAnother perennial contender on the appreciation chart is the 1958 Corvette with its unique, one year only, louvered hood and dual chrome strip on the trunk lid. When introduced, the media had mixed emotions on the new body style. It was a ‘love it’ or ‘hate it’ affair. Today it seems the Corvette enthusiast is more interested in ‘love’.
1962 Corvette RoadsterThe 1962 Corvette, last of the solid axle Corvettes, reappears on the appreciation chart. The last year mystic of its generation was instrumental in its appearance on the list again this year. Evidently the same desire shown the 1967 model in the mid-year generation is bringing buyers to the 1962 model, last of its generation. Speaking of mid-years, the appreciation chart closes out with three of these classics represented. These models have been under-priced when compared to the 1967 models. They too, offer several high performance motors and rare options to entice buyers in the resale market. Tomorrow, we’ll post our list of Corvettes with the highest depreciation. The 2007 Corvette Price Guide contains data from the sales of over 5,800 Corvettes from last year to give us the High, Low, and Average prices of all Corvette model years and body styles. The guide also contains appreciation and depreciation figures for One, Two and Five years, as well as pricing for options including motors, wheels and A/C. Available now for $20 through the VetteFinders.com online store. Shipping is now free.
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VetteFinders.com Releases Annual Corvette Price Guide

by Keith Cornett on February 6, 2007

2007 Corvette Price GuideOur Corvette classifieds website VetteFinders.com has released the annual Corvette Pricing Guide and later this week, I will be posting an analysis of the Corvette Pricing Trends from 2006 on CorvetteBlogger.com. This year marks the 7th annual release of Corvette pricing data and it remains a feature unique to VetteFinders.com in the online Corvette classified’s arena. The 2007 Corvette Price Guide contains data from the sales of over 5,800 Corvettes from last year to give us the High, Low, and Average prices of all Corvette model years and body styles. The guide also contains appreciation and depreciation figures for One, Two and Five years, as well as pricing for options including motors, wheels and A/C. The online version features the average prices of over 115 different Corvette models spanning 1953-2007. The printed version, which contains High/Low and Average prices as well as appreciation/depreciation percentages is available for $20 and can be purchased through the VetteFinders.com online store. Shipping is now free. The top appreciation gainers include the 1968 T-Top Corvette, which grew in value over 2005’s prices by 17% and the 1973 T-Top Corvette, whose prices averaged 16% over the previous year. The 1968 T-Top has made our “Top Ten” list for the past three years. The two year appreciation factor for this model was 31% and the five year growth was at 63% – certainly better than the market in almost any regard. The number two appreciation spot was somewhat of a surprise showing the 1973 T-Top at 16%. Evidently the new front bumper treatment that makes the 1973 model unique coupled with its traditional rear chrome bumpers and new front end had not been a problem for consumers in the recent resale market. This model still remains priced at $5,000 below its T-Top predecessors. We’ll have more on the top models from both an appreciation and depreciation perspective later this week. Data from the price guide comes from analyzing the selling prices of over 5,800 Corvettes during 2006 and then comparing the sales figures to years prior. That method has proven to be a statistically accurate measure of the Corvette Market. Bob Kroupa of Vette-N-Vestments, is the data provider for the annual guide and publisher of the monthly Corvette Market Letter. Regarding this year’s analysis, Bob said “In the Corvette resale arena, once again our concept of “Vette-N-Vestments” continued to move up the model years with positive results in average price. In fact, all models from 1953-1982 show positive growth in values over the previous year.”
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January 2007 Corvette Sales

by Keith Cornett on February 2, 2007

In the month of January, Corvette sales declined significantly from December and are down as well in the year to year number. 2,234 Corvettes were sold in the month of January 2007, 847 cars less than the 3,081 Corvettes in December 2006 and 345 cars less than January 2006′s total of 2,579. While the December to January sales decline looks like a large drop, historically we find that sales of Corvettes in January are much lower than what they were at the end of the calendar year. Each month we will add the sales figures to the graph below and carry it over to each new report.

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%

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Correction: Gus Grissom Corvette Sold for $275,000

by Keith Cornett on January 26, 2007

Just a quick note to explain our correction on the price that was fetched when Gus Grissom’s 1967 Red Corvette Convertible was sold last weekend at the Russo and Steele Auction in Scottsdale. Earlier this week I called the offices of Russo and Steele and spoke with a representative. I inquired about the price the Grissom Corvette sold for and sales figure I was given was $232,500. I asked a few more questions about the sale and the presentation, and then posted our account of the sale. When reviewing the Russo and Steele results list of the Scottsdale auction, the Final Bid price for the Grissom Corvette was listed at $275,000. I called their offices on Thursday for clarification and was told that the amount we were originally provided was actually the “potential” amount the seller received after the seller’s commission was factored. The actual gavel price was $250,000 and with a buyer’s commission of 10%, the total sales price amounted to $275,000. I apologize for any confusion.
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Led by a lineup the included Gus Grissom’s 1967 427 Corvette and a bevy of big blocks, the Russo and Steele Scottsdale action totaled $2,249,500 in Corvette sales. Twenty-four Corvette crossed the auction block over the two day event. Several Resto-Rods were included in this auction. These are classic Corvettes built on modern or fabricated chassis that are usually powered by a crate or later model Chevrolet engine like an LS1. These Corvettes are becoming a common site at auctions as more are being built and then resold. Here are the total Corvette results from Russo and Steele Scottsdale 2007:

Year Description Sales Price
1957 Chevrolet Corvette FI
$93,500.00
1959 Chevrolet Corvette Resto-Rod
$82,500.00
1961 Chevrolet Corvette FI Resto-Rod
$90,750.00
1962 Chevrolet Corvette 327/340
$53,900.00
1962 Chevrolet Corvette 327/300
$50,050.00
1963 Chevrolet Corvette FI Custom
$132,000.00
1966 Chevrolet Corvette 427/ 425HP
$137,500.00
1966 Chevrolet Corvette 427/425
$122,100.00
1966 Chevrolet Corvette 427/425
$99,000.00
1966 Chevrolet Corvette 427/425
$94,600.00
1966 Chevrolet Corvette 327/300
$50,600.00
1967 Chevrolet Corvette Gus Grissom 427
$275,000.00
1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427/435
$181,500.00
1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427/435
$117,700.00
1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427/435
$103,950.00
1967 Chevrolet Corvette 454/550
$52,800.00
1968 Chevrolet Corvette 427/390
$42,900.00
1969 Chevrolet Corvette 427 Duntov
$141,900.00
1969 Chevrolet Corvette 427/435
$93,500.00
1969 Chevrolet Corvette 427/390
$55,000.00
1972 Chevrolet Corvette LT-1
$45,100.00
1982 Chevrolet Corvette Collector’s Edt.
$17,050.00
1992 Chevrolet Corvette Lister
$38,500.00
2001 Chevrolet Corvette Resto-53
$78,100.00
   
Total Sales: $2,249,500.00
Russo and Steele’s next auction takes place in Monterey, California on August 17th & 18th, 2007.
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Gus Grissom’s 1967 427 Corvette Sells at Russo & Steele

by Keith Cornett on January 23, 2007

Gus Grissom's 1967 Corvette

A week shy of the 40th anniversary of his death, NASA astronaut Gus Grissom’s beloved 1967 427 Corvette Convertible sold at the Russo and Steele auction in Scottsdale, Arizona for $275,000. Preceeding the sale of the Corvette was a multimedia presentation about Grissom, the first astronaut to fly into space twice and one of the first to die in the US Space Program. The Corvette was listed with no reserve and was sold on Saturday night to a local Arizona resident. A 10% buyer’s commission is included in the sales total.

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Barrett-Jackson: $14.1 Million in Corvette Sales

by Keith Cornett on January 22, 2007

Barrett-Jackson once again proves they are the leader in Corvette auctions. 142 Corvettes crossed the sales platform during the six day auction that combined for a total of $14,127,485 in Corvette sales. The buyers commission is factored into the sales totals for each Corvette. Commissions were 10% or 12% if the buyer wasn’t present at the auction. All sales totals are listed as published at the Barrett-Jackson website. The $14.1 million in Corvette sales was nearly $1.5 million more than last year’s auction total of $12.7 million. This year’s auction had 41 more Corvettes (142 total) than last year’s total of 101 Corvettes. The Corvette with the top sales price was the 1967 Corvette Coupe known as The Last Sting Ray. The L36 427/390 Coupe sold for $660,000. The two 1963 Split Window Coupe Tankers were sold together for $561,000 and rounding out third on the top selling Corvette list was a highly documented 1953 Corvette that sold for $298,350. Other notables included: A 1969 L88 Coupe with full documentation sold for $240,000.
The 1967 Yenko Corvette Convertible sold for $231,000
A 1957 Corvette dubbed “The Best ’57 Fuelie” sold for $258,000 Complete Results for Corvettes at Barrett-Jackson Auction:

Lot # Year Description Sales Price
12941953CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $298,350.00
12161954CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE $68,200.00
871954CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $88,000.00
13551954CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $88,000.00
12591954CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $106,700.00
9981954CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $110,000.00
9441955CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $84,700.00
13641955CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $137,500.00
3861956CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $69,300.00
7221957CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $77,000.00
1250.11957CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $104,500.00
13511957CHEVROLET CORVETTE FI CONVERTIBLE $134,750.00
10071957CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $148,500.00
12421957CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $258,500.00
712.11958CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $82,500.00
7481958CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $90,200.00
10581958CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $95,200.00
12911958CHEVROLET CORVETTE FI CONVERTIBLE $154,000.00
4381958CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $165,000.00
1298.11958CHEVROLET CORVETTE $165,000.00
662.11959CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $57,200.00
10631959CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $78,100.00
1000.11959CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $101,200.00
10241959CHEVROLET CORVETTE FI CONVERTIBLE $154,000.00
13541959CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE $198,000.00
12611959CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427 CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE $231,000.00
13201960CHEVROLET CORVETTE FI CONVERTIBLE $88,000.00
4221961CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $55,000.00
7601961CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $68,200.00
9831961CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $88,000.00
15791961CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE FUELIE $90,200.00
12531961CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $93,500.00
1011961CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $115,500.00
1013.11961CHEVROLET CORVETTE 283/245 CONVERTIBLE $132,000.00
9791962CHEVROLET CORVETTE FI COUPE $82,500.00
15541962CHEVROLET CORVETTE FI CONVERTIBLE $88,000.00
821962CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM COUPE $89,100.00
15761962CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/360 CONVERTIBLE $95,700.00
1235.11962CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $132,000.00
4541963CHEVROLET CORVETTE GRAND SPORT REPLICA $48,400.00
4111963CHEVROLET CORVETTE SPLIT WINDOW COUPE $55,000.00
15411963CHEVROLET CORVETTE FI CONVERTIBLE $79,200.00
10641963CHEVROLET CORVETTE FI SPLIT WINDOW COUPE $91,300.00
7061963CHEVROLET CORVETTE SPLIT WINDOW COUPE $104,500.00
1256.11963CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $121,000.00
12801963CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/250 SWC TANKER $280,500.00
1280.11963CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/360 SWC Z06 TANKER $280,500.00
891964CHEVROLET CORVETTE GRAND SPORT RE-CREATION $36,300.00
10591964CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/365 CONVERTIBLE $55,000.00
9571964CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327 COUPE $69,300.00
7541964CHEVROLET CORVETTE FI COUPE $84,700.00
12291964CHEVROLET CORVETTE FI COUPE $88,000.00
1051965CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $55,000.00
9501965CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327 CONVERTIBLE $55,000.00
7501965CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327 COUPE $60,500.00
4561965CHEVROLET CORVETTE FUELIE COUPE $66,000.00
7291965CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327 COUPE $88,000.00
12261965CHEVROLET CORVETTE FI CONVERTIBLE $90,200.00
10001965CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327 CONVERTIBLE $96,250.00
10341965CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $99,000.00
12441965CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327/300 COUPE $107,250.00
7671966CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $53,900.00
10781966CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $55,000.00
4291966CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327 COUPE $63,250.00
729.11966CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $72,600.00
4551966CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $88,000.00
750.11966CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390 COUPE $88,000.00
1011.11966CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $90,750.00
12631966CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $121,000.00
3901966CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/425 CONVERTIBLE $143,000.00
13471966CHEVROLET CORVETTE 454 CUSTOM COUPE $143,000.00
13461966CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/425 CONVERTIBLE $159,500.00
7031967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327 CONVERTIBLE $69,300.00
10571967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 COUPE $77,000.00
4301967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 327 COUPE $85,800.00
984.11967CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $93,500.00
12241967CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $93,500.00
7301967CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $97,350.00
10331967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 COUPE $99,000.00
1040.11967CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $104,500.00
1253.11967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390 CONVERTIBLE $104,500.00
1251.11967CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $115,500.00
10431967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/400 CONVERTIBLE $121,000.00
15751967CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $126,500.00
1027.11967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/400 CONVERTIBLE $137,500.00
13381967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 COUPE $151,250.00
1239.11967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE $154,000.00
1269.11967CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $159,500.00
12891967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE $170,500.00
1261.11967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/400 CONVERTIBLE $176,000.00
10211967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 COUPE $187,000.00
13211967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE $203,500.00
1334.11967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE $214,500.00
1267.11967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/400 CONVERTIBLE $220,000.00
13081967CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $220,000.00
13261967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 YENKO $231,000.00
13341967CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 CONVERTIBLE $264,000.00
1285 1967 CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE AKA: THE LAST STING RAY $660,000.00
491968CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $44,000.00
12121968CHEVROLET CORVETTE L88 COUPE $51,700.00
7611968CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/400 CONVERTIBLE $56,100.00
1065.11968CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/390 T-TOP $63,840.00
4431968CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $78,100.00
501969CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $33,000.00
6621969CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $51,700.00
983.11969CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 COUPE $79,200.00
6931969CHEVROLET CORVETTE L88 RE-CREATION CONVERTIBLE $85,800.00
6951969CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZL1 COUPE RE-CREATION $90,200.00
10541969CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/435 COUPE $99,000.00
15401969CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427/400 COUPE $104,500.00
13271969CHEVROLET CORVETTE L88 COUPE $240,000.00
9051970CHEVROLET CORVETTE 454 COUPE $58,850.00
3881970CHEVROLET CORVETTE LT1 CONVERTIBLE $64,900.00
313.11971CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $20,570.00
9091971CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $33,000.00
4691971CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $45,000.00
713.11971CHEVROLET CORVETTE 454 CONVERTIBLE $50,600.00
6391972CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $32,450.00
415.11972CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM CONVERTIBLE $35,200.00
10791972CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM COUPE $41,250.00
15201972CHEVROLET CORVETTE 2 DOOR T-TOP $41,800.00
4121972CHEVROLET CORVETTE 454 2 DOOR COUPE $51,150.00
7691972CHEVROLET CORVETTE LT1 CONVERTIBLE $53,900.00
15481972CHEVROLET CORVETTE LT1 CONVERTIBLE $110,000.00
6681973CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $31,900.00
3131974CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $15,950.00
30.11978CHEVROLET CORVETTE 25TH ANNIVERSARY COUPE $17,325.00
3591978CHEVROLET CORVETTE 25TH ANNIVERSARY COUPE $21,450.00
6321978CHEVROLET CORVETTE T-TOP PACE CAR $28,600.00
15181978CHEVROLET CORVETTE T-TOP PACE CAR $46,200.00
7111978CHEVROLET CORVETTE T-TOP PACE CAR $47,300.00
16091982CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $27,500.00
3451986CHEVROLET CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE $24,200.00
651997CHEVROLET CORVETTE CUSTOM $45,100.00
375.21998CHEVROLET CORVETTE INDY PACE CAR CONVERTIBLE $33,000.00
13571998 CHEVROLET CORVETTE LINGENFELTER TWIN TURBO $79,200.00
7171999CHEVROLET CORVETTE COUPE $56,100.00
9452000 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 383 LINGENFELTER $44,000.00
1571.12000CHEVROLET CORVETTE IRL PACE CAR $46,800.00
950.12000 CHEVROLET CORVETTE 427 LINGENFELTER TWIN TURBO $71,500.00
15722003CHEVROLET CORVETTE SAFETY PACE CAR $44,000.00
    
Total Sales: $14,127,485.00

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