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2009 Corvette GT1 Championship Edition

In commemorating the 10th anniversary of GT1 racing in the American LeMans Series, GM is producing 600 2009 Corvette GT1 Championship Editions and selected the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring as the appropriate place to debut the new cars to the public. On the Friday before the 12 hour race, GM’s Corvette team including Product Manager Harlan Charles and Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter were on hand along with the six drivers of Corvette Racing to introduce the limited edition “Jake” Corvettes.

The Corvette GT1 Championship cars shown in the video were the first six cars of the series built. Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter remarked that the Corvettes were just completed within the last week and were shipped down from Bowling Green. The six Corvette drivers picked up the keys of the Corvettes following an ALMS drivers meeting and drove them down to Corvette Racing’s paddock. A little later, the six Corvette Racing drivers drove them over to the Corvette Corral to be viewed by the enthusiasts gathered at the hospitality tent.

The GT1 Championship Editions are limited to just 600 units: 200 Coupe, 200 Convertible and 200 Z06. Each of these body styles will have 100 in Yellow/Black and 100 in Black/Yellow. The series also has its own specific VIN sequences: 300001 for the Velocity Yellows and 40001 for those in Black.

The GT1 Championship Edition features C6.R livery inspired graphics which feature the mascot “Jake” ghost-painted on the hood bulge, years of the championships and drivers flags. Also making the Corvettes unique are the ZR1 full width body color spoiler and chrome wheels. The coupes and convertibles include the Z51 Performance Package, NPP Performance exhaust and MX0 6-Speed Paddle Shift Automatics. The GT1 Corvette coupe also comes with the optional C2L Dual Roof package. All three GT1 models get the optional U3U Navigation Systems as well.

Inside the GT1 Corvettes you’ll find a custom leather wrapped ebony interior with exclusive yellow accent stitching, GT1 embroidery on the leather seats, instrument panel and center console armrest. Under the hood is a special engine cover with a carbon pattern and yellow Corvette lettering. A windshield banner is also included and is installed by the owner.

Pricing for the GT1 Championship Edition starts at $65,310 for the 4LT Coupe, $71,815 for the 4LT Convertible and $86,385 for the 3LZ Corvette Z06.

Check out our exclusive photo gallery of the 2009 Corvette GT1 Championship Edition.


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Gavin and the #4 Corvette C6.R Claim the Pole at Sebring

The #4 Corvette C6.R driven by three-time ALMS GT1 Champion Oliver Gavin posted the fastest lap around Sebring Raceway’s 3.7 mile 17 corner track to take the Pole for this Saturday’s Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring. Gavin earned the pole by lapping the black Corvette C6.R at 1:57.882 (112.994 mph), besting Jan Magnussen by .321 seconds. Magnussen’s fastest lap in the #3 Corvette C6.R was 1:58.203 (112.687 mph).

Gavin has won the GT1 pole three times at Sebring with the last one coming in 2005. This year’s pole gives Gavin 18 total in the ALMS and ties him for second on the series list of pole winners.

“It’s great to come away with a pole as we begin the 10th anniversary for Corvette Racing,” Gavin said. “Anytime you manage to beat Jan in qualifying, you’ve earned your money.

“Sebring is a tough event, very hard on the cars and the drivers, and great preparation for Le Mans,” Gavin continued. “Everyone is very mindful of the fact that Le Mans is the goal, but all of us would like to have the first 10th anniversary victory here in Sebring.”

The day wasn’t apparently without some drama. BadBoyVettes.com reported that during a practice session, an Acura LMP went “Road-Hog” for track position and the unintended contact resulted in a right rear tire puncture and fender damage to the Black #4 Corvette C6.R. Nothing too serious and once repaired it was back to work for the team.

The Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring is scheduled to start at 10:30 am EST on Saturday, March 21st. The race will be televised live on SPEED from 10 am to noon and from 2 to 11 pm Eastern.



Source:
CorvetteRacing.com
Photo Credit: AmericanLemans.com

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Corvette Racing: The GT1 Championship C6R Livery

One of the anticipations for each new racing season is when the Corvette Racing team rolls out the new livery. For 2009, Corvette Racing and GM close the marketing loop by running the two C6.Rs with the new GT1 Championship livery. Like the forthcoming limited edition GT1 Championship Coupes, Convertibles and Z06s, the new livery features the #3 C6.R in familiar Velocity Yellow with black striping while the #4 C6.R is reversed in Black with Yellow accents.

Over the years we’ve been treated to some great designs, from last year’s “Jack Scrape” to the Bad Boy “Jake” livery at Monterey in 2007. The 2009 GT1 Championship livery is a hit as a C6.R in Black is just about the most menacing-looking car on the track. The fact that you can buy a street version of these Corvettes makes the livery special as well. Only one other time as GM offered an ALMS C6.R replica, the 2007 Arctic White Ron Fellows Edition Z06.

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As there are no other GT1 class entries, the 12 hour endurance race will be the ultimate practice session for this June’s assault on the 24 Hours of LeMans. But that doesn’t mean the two factions are going to take it easy on each other. Remember the door-banging-on-pit-row incident at Mid Ohio in 2008 anyone?

Speaking of racing, the Corvette C6.Rs were out on the track today in two practice sessions. #3′s Jan Magnussen holds the fastest time with a lap of 1:56.907 while #4′s Marcel Fassler ran just 0.162 seconds behind with a lap of 1:57.069.

The 2009 GT1 Championship Edition Corvettes will make their public debut on Friday at 1pm at the Corvette Paddock in Sebring. We’ll be there for the unveiling and hope to have plenty of video and pictures to share.

As part of our Sebring coverage, we’ll be taking a hot lap around Sebring Raceway in a Corvette and will be dropping in to hear what Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter has to say during his presentation. Make sure you visit Corvette Blogger throughout the weekend. You can also follow our updates on Twitter.com.

The Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring is scheduled to start at 10:30 am EST on Saturday, March 21st. The race will be televised live on SPEED from 10 am to noon and from 2 to 11 pm Eastern.



Source:
BadBoyVettes.com
Photo Credit: Richard Prince

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Replica Corvette ZR1 Wheels Now Available

by Keith Cornett on March 17, 2009

Replica Corvette ZR1 Wheels on a C5 Z06

Transform your Corvette by adding a set of the same style of wheels found on the baddest Corvette ever made – the 2009 supercharged ZR1. These triple plated chrome wheels from Ecklers will set your Corvette apart from the others without breaking the bank. And if you drive a C4 or C5 Corvette, the same aggressive looks of the 2009 Corvette ZR1 wheel can be yours as well.

Ecklers replica Corvette ZR1 wheels come in triple plated chrome with a beautiful mirror finish. A center cap is included and no cores are necessary. All Corvette ZR1 wheels come with a 3-year manufacturer’s limited warranty on the chrome finish.

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2009 Corvette GT1 Championship Edition

The Corvette Action Center scored these photos showing the 2009 Corvette GT1 Championship Edition at the decal installation supplier located just down the street from the Corvette Assembly Plant. The decal supplier will be busy this spring as GM is producing 600 of these special editions that celebrate Corvette Racing’s 10 year anniversary and the final year of the GT1 program.

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Pricing for the GT1 Championship Edition starts at $65,310 for the 4LT Coupe, $71,815 for the 4LT Convertible and $86,385 for the 3LZ Corvette Z06. Click here for more information:

Officially Official: The 2009 Corvette GT1 Championship Editions

The 2009 Corvette GT1 Championship Edition will make its public debut this Friday at the Mobil One 12 Hours of Sebring. Check back with CorvetteBlogger as we’ll be in Sebring covering the race and Corvette related festivities.

Season-Opening Sebring Race Marks Corvette Racing’s 10th Anniversary GT1 Championship Edition Corvettes Commemorate Corvette Racing’s Decade of Success SEBRING, Fla. – The Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, the season-opening race of the 2009 American Le Mans Series to be held on March 21, will mark the start of Corvette Racing’s 10th anniversary in international road racing. The team made its competition debut in February 1999 at Daytona, and competed in its first Sebring 12-hour race the following month, finishing fourth in the GTS class. Since that modest beginning, Corvette Racing has become one of the world’s premier production sports car teams, winning eight consecutive ALMS GT1 manufacturers and team championships, seven straight drivers’ titles, and five class victories in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Chevrolet is commemorating Corvette Racing’s decade of success with the introduction of the GT1 Championship Edition Corvette. These limited edition vehicles (designated Regular Production Option GT1) will be available in coupe, convertible, and Z06 models in yellow or black livery. With graphics packages inspired by the championship-winning Corvette C6.R, the GT1 Championship Edition Corvettes will make their public debut at Sebring International Raceway. Production is scheduled for spring. “There have always been strong ties between production and racing Corvettes,” said GM Racing manager Mark Kent. “Technology developed by Corvette Racing is applied to improve the efficiency, performance, handling, aerodynamics and safety of production vehicles. Now with the introduction of the GT1 Championship Edition Corvettes, the link between the race and street versions is apparent at a glance. Corvette enthusiasts will be able to purchase cars that celebrate the remarkable history of Corvette Racing. The GT1 Championship Edition program is another example of how racing helps Chevy sell cars and trucks and provides a solid return on investment.” The ALMS season-opener also will mark the final appearance of the Corvette C6.Rs in the GT1 class in the Sebring 12-hour endurance classic. The twin Corvette C6.R race cars (chassis Nos. 5 and 6) are beginning their third season, and are scheduled to be retired in preparation for new global GT class rules that will take effect in 2010. These two cars have accounted for 23 of the team’s 74 wins. Corvette Racing has scored six class victories in Sebring, and Johnny O’Connell, driver of the No. 3 Compuware Corvette C6.R, notched his record-setting seventh Sebring win in last year’s event. O’Connell and Jan Magnussen, the reigning GT1 champions, will be joined by Antonio Garcia at Sebring, while three-time GT1 champions Oliver Gavin and Olivier Beretta will be teamed with Marcel Fassler in the No. 4 Compuware Corvette C6.R. The addition of Garcia and Fassler for long-distance races will bring the total number of Corvette Racing drivers to 19 since the team’s inception. Corvette Racing will be powered by cellulosic E85R ethanol fuel at Sebring for the first time. The team adopted the renewable fuel made from wood waste after last year’s Sebring race, and used E85R throughout the remainder of the 2008 ALMS season. Cellulosic ethanol was one of the key ingredients in the team’s overall victory in the inaugural ALMS Green Challenge in the 1,000-mile Petit Le Mans held at Road Atlanta in October 2008. The winning No. 3 Corvette C6.R achieved the best overall score based on performance, fuel efficiency and environmental impact under criteria developed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Department of Energy, and SAE International. Corvette Racing’s use of an alternative fuel on the race track reflects GM’s commitment to producing fuel-efficient vehicles for customers – there are 3.5 million E85-capable GM FlexFuel vehicles on the road today. The Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring is scheduled to start at 10:30 a.m. ET on Saturday, March 21. The race will be televised live on SPEED from 10 a.m. to noon and from 2 to 11 p.m. ET.


Source:
Corvette Action Center

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Featured FART: 1963 Corvette Split Window Coupe

by Keith Cornett on March 13, 2009

FART Magazine

FART was a magazine published in Sweeden back in the sixties. While the title is funny to us here in the States, it actually means “Speed” when translated from Swedish. Issue 2 in 1963 showed off this New York registered Riverside Red split window Corvette coupe with two happy stewardesses. A Boeing jet from Pan Am provides the backdrop for this classic magazine cover shot.

Click here for a larger version of the cover.


Source:
Grandprix63 via Martin Klasch

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1969 Corvette Roadster

In our final analysis of 2008′s Corvette prices, we present an overview of Corvette values by generation. This is an interesting time for Corvette buyers as many models are still showing appreciation despite the lagging market. And with some of the more collectible Corvettes giving back some of the pricing gains earned over the last couple of years, this could be a real buying opportunity for collectors and enthusiasts should the right Corvette present itself.

The following are highlights from our 2009 Corvette Price Guide:

1953-1962:
The first generation Corvettes had mixed results with some models showing a negative 5-7% depreciation factor, while on the plus side of the ledger appreciation results ranged for 2-9%. The high average price for this series was the 1953 Roadster at $294,500. At the low end of the price scale was the 1961 Roadster at an average price of $45,000, showing an appreciation factor of 2%. We expect the 1953 model to continue to show depreciation in average price with the majority of these solid axles showing positive results for the 2009 calendar year.

1963-1967:
The mid-years have regained the appreciation lead with all models showing an appreciation factor of 4-9%. The price leader in average price continues to be the 1967 Roadster at an average price of $61,000. The entry level price for the mid-years continues to be the 1964 Coupe at $35,000 in average price.

1968-1982:
The average price range for this generation of Corvettes starts at $9,200, the average price of a 1978 T- Top that showed no change in average price from last year. The average price for the series tops out at $29,500, the average price of the 1970 Roadster that showed an appreciation factor of 7%. The average price of the third generation Corvettes ranges from a depreciation factor of -8% to a +10% appreciation factor.

1984-1996:
There was quite a change last year in the average price for the fourth generation Corvette models. Our 2008 Price Guide showed many with single digit appreciation factors and a few in the double digit range. The 2009 Price Guide shows none in the appreciation column with two holding on as ‘no change’ in average price. Several are now showing double digit depreciation. The high average price for this series is $52,000, going to the 1996 Grand Sport Roadster. The low end is represented by the 1984 Coupe with an average price of $8,600 and a 1% depreciation factor. Hurting the average price of this series is the pricing of the C5 Corvettes with many selling under the $20,000 mark in average price.

1997-2004:
This series continues to show negative results in average price ranging from a -6% to -18%. The high average price for this series is $31,000, going to a 2003 Anniversary Roadster that showed a –9% depreciation factor. As we have said on numerous occasions, one buys a lot of Corvette power in this series for under $20,000. At some point soon, the double digit depreciation factors will improve to single digits.

2005-2009:
As expected, all models are showing double digit depreciation in average resale price. We don’t expect this to subside since average prices start at $31,500 for a 2005 Coupe and top out at $64,000 for the Ron Fellows Special Edition Z06. The state of the US economy will continue to have a major negative impact on the average price of these Corvettes.


Order the 2009 Corvette Price Guide

2009 Corvette Price GuideThe 2009 Corvette Price Guide covers all Corvette years and body styles with high, low and average prices for each Corvette model. Another important feature of the Price Guide is the provisional one, two and five year appreciation factors for each Corvette.

In addition, the Corvette Price Guide provides the original base price and the number of units manufactured. To complete the content, included is information on motors, wheels, hard tops and factory air conditioning. Price is $15 and shipping is free!

Bob Kroupa of VETTE-N-VESTMENTS provided this analysis of 2008′s generational highlights. VETTE-N-VESTMENTS is the data provider for the annual guide and publisher of the monthly Corvette Market Letter.


Source:
VetteFinders.com
Data Provided by Vette-N-Vestments

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Depreciating Corvettes: Top 10 Price Declines of 2008

by Keith Cornett on March 12, 2009

1996 Corvette Grand Sport Roadster

Earlier this week we shared our Top 10 Price Gainers of 2008 and now it’s time to look at the other end of the spectrum. The 2008 top decliners is a diverse list that includes last year’s number 2 price gainer, the 1996 Corvette Grand Sport Roadster.

Data from the 2009 Corvette Price Guide comes from analyzing the selling prices of over 5,800 Corvettes during 2008 and then comparing the sales figures to years prior. That method has proven to be a statistically accurate measure of the Corvette Market.

Top Depreciation Models
Year Make % Change Average Price
1996 GS Roadster -20% $52,000
2007 Roadster -20% $41,000
2006 Roadster -18% $38,000
2008 Roadster -18% $45,000
1995 ZR-1 -17% $34,500
2005 Roadster -17% $35,000
2007 Z06 Fellows -17% $64,000
1993 ZR-1 -16% $29,000
2003 Coupe -16% $24,000
2003 Roadster -16% $27,500
2007 Z06 -16% $59,000

On a comparative basis, not much has changed on the depreciation chart related to percentages since the 2007 chart last year. At that time, the percentages ranged from -14% to -20% very similar to the chart above. All of the Corvettes on the 2007 chart were C5s.

The current chart includes the addition of C4s and C6s. The continuation of C5s includes a new appearance of the 2003 models. Last year the 2004 models seemed to hold that same place with the C5 series. The big question is when will the C5s bottom out from a depreciation perspective?

The C5s are truly excellent buys for consumers who want to experience just how far the Corvette Team has gone in building a handling and performance Corvette with comfort and convenience feature without the big price tag.

The 1997-2002 models are priced below $24,000 in average price. One buys a lot of Corvette for these low prices.

The C6s have joined the depreciation group – but this is normal for newer models. However, given the incentive programs the dealers have to offer during these troubled times with the automotive industry these Vettes are showing accelerated depreciation beyond normal expectations.

We are sure you have noted the appearance of the 1996 Grand Sport Roadster at the top of the chart. After last year’s appearance on the appreciation chart with a 50% increase in average price, few are selling now and the ones that do sell are showing a 20% decrease from the highs reached just a year ago. But consider this – when new, the list price was approximately $48,000 compared to today’s average price of $52,000. Original buyers are still ahead of the game.

The C4 ZR-1s are in a “slide” mode with the 1995 as the last production year model, moving down into the mid- thirties. Part of the problem is that a 2004 Z06 that is pumping out 405 horsepower can be purchased below the $30,000 mark. Same horsepower with more options for $5,000 less!


Order the 2009 Corvette Price Guide

2009 Corvette Price GuideThe 2009 Corvette Price Guide covers all Corvette years and body styles with high, low and average prices for each Corvette model. Another important feature of the Price Guide is the provisional one, two and five year appreciation factors for each Corvette.

In addition, the Corvette Price Guide provides the original base price and the number of units manufactured. To complete the content, included is information on motors, wheels, hard tops and factory air conditioning. Price is $15 and shipping is free!

Bob Kroupa of VETTE-N-VESTMENTS provided this analysis of 2008′s top price gainers. VETTE-N-VESTMENTS is the data provider for the annual guide and publisher of the monthly Corvette Market Letter.


Source:
VetteFinders.com
Data Provided by Vette-N-Vestments

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[VIDEO] All-Electric 2009 Corvette ZR1

by Keith Cornett on March 10, 2009

 All-Electric 2009 Corvette ZR1

Your environmentally-responsible friends will be “green” with envy when you blow by them in the all new 2009 Electric Corvette ZR1. At least that is the premise behind this funny spoof put together by Michael Brown’s Vette Collection’s TV show.

With General Motors hanging on by its fingernails and oil prices as unstable as the whole world’s economy, maybe this will be the ‘stimulus’ to return GM to profitability!


Source:
YouTube via eGMCarTech

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Appreciating Corvettes: Top 10 Price Gainers of 2008

by Keith Cornett on March 10, 2009

1976 Corvette Coupe

The 2008 Corvette Calendar was quite interesting starting with the continuation of record sales prices and appreciation factors. But the slowing economy in the second half of 2008 put the brakes on double digit appreciation for all but one Corvette model, the 1976 Corvette.

Data from the 2009 Corvette Price Guide comes from analyzing the selling prices of over 5,800 Corvettes during 2008 and then comparing the sales figures to years prior. That method has proven to be a statistically accurate measure of the Corvette Market.

Top Appreciation Models
Year Make % Change Average Price
1976 T-Top 10% $10,800
1962 Roadster 9% $52,700
1963 Coupe 9% $54,500
1977 T-Top 9% $12,000
1957 Roadster 8% $64,800
1965 Roadster 8% $46,100
1960 Roadster 7% $50,400
1963 Roadster 7% $41,600
1964 Roadster 7% $38,200
1966 Coupe 7% $46,200

Quite surprisingly, we found the 1976 Corvette at the top of our appreciation chart at 10% followed by the 1977 model at 9%. Evidently what we are seeing is renewed interest in the last of the traditional C3 body style models prior to the C3 change to a ‘fast back’ body style with the 1978-1982 models. It is also interesting to note the 1976 and 1977 T-Tops are selling at approximately $10-$12,000 LESS than the C3 chrome bumper Corvettes with the same body silhouette.

Seeing the 1962 Roadster and the 1963 Coupe near the top of the appreciation chart came as no surprise. Both had been priced below the $50,000 threshold in average price during the previous year.

The 1962 was unique, but not just because it was the last of the first generation body style. In addition, the popular 327 motor was introduced with this model.

In our opinion, the 1963 Coupe still remains underpriced at an average price of $54,500. With its unique split-window styling it should command more in today’s market. It looks like the buyers may be sharing our opinion based on its appreciation chart position at #3. This model was the only repeat Corvette shown on our 2007 chart last year.

Two other solid axles on this year’s chart, the 1957 and 1960 models, were new additions. The features of the 1957, with its ‘clean line’ styling and vast array of motor options, were instrumental in its appearance on this year’s chart. The 1960 continues to be a popular model with its ‘last of the notable grill’ treatment. It, too, has crossed the $50,000 threshold at an average price of $50,400.

The mid-years continue to show their popularity with the appearance of six models on this year’s chart. Note that four of the six are priced below $50,000 in average price. It appears that in the near future, those below $45,000 will be considered to be a good buy. Today that threshold is $35,000.

As we so often indicate, the 1964 Roadster model is the entry mid-level Corvette based on price. Despite this fact, it too has moved to the appreciation chart. Its counterpart, the Coupe, is on the good buy threshold at $35,000 in average price.

One third generation Corvette, the 1970 Roadster, made this year’s chart at an average price of $29,500. These are few in number as a work stoppage during the 1969 model year extended production of the 1969 and shortened the 1970 production year to seven months. There were 6,648 Roadsters built in 1970 compared to 16,633 produced during the 1969 model year.


Order the 2009 Corvette Price Guide

2009 Corvette Price GuideThe 2009 Corvette Price Guide covers all Corvette years and body styles with high, low and average prices for each Corvette model. Another important feature of the Price Guide is the provisional one, two and five year appreciation factors for each Corvette.

In addition, the Corvette Price Guide provides the original base price and the number of units manufactured. To complete the content, included is information on motors, wheels, hard tops and factory air conditioning. Price is $15 and shipping is free!

Bob Kroupa of VETTE-N-VESTMENTS provided this analysis of 2008′s top price gainers. VETTE-N-VESTMENTS is the data provider for the annual guide and publisher of the monthly Corvette Market Letter.


Source:
VetteFinders.com
Data Provided by Vette-N-Vestments

Related:
2009 Corvette Price Guide Released

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