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Connecticut Town Sells its 1967 DARE Corvette for $25,000

If you ever wanted to buy a C2 Corvette for a song, you just missed a good chance.

Over the weekend, the town of Colchester, Conn., auctioned off its 1967 Corvette that had been used for nearly 20 years as the police department’s DARE vehicle.

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North Carolina Sheriff's Office Shows Off New C5 DARE Corvette
Photo Credit: Donnie Roberts / The Dispatch

We all know that Corvettes draw attention wherever they go.

Just ask the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office in North Carolina.

“I have had people to stop me at stoplights and tell me that was the coolest DARE car they have ever seen,” Cpl. Phillip Goodyear says. “…They love the thought of taking that type of vehicle from a drug dealer.”

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[VIDEO]  Connecticut Town of Colchester to Sell its 1967 DARE Corvette
Photo Credit: John Shishmanian / NorwichBulletin.com

Here’s your chance to buy a C2 Corvette with an unusual past and an unusual look.

The town of Colchester, Conn., says it is ready to get rid of its 1967 Corvette that was used for nearly 20 years as the police department’s DARE vehicle.

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Sullivan County NY’s Black and White DARE Corvette

by Mitch Talley on July 14, 2012

A 1998 Corvette has gone from being a devil to an angel.

The car once belonged to a notorious drug dealer named Bradley Dunham in Sullivan County in the Catskills. Back in the day, he would park it across the street from the Livingston Manor school on weekends to peddle his crack cocaine.

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C5 Corvette Seized From Drug Dealer is Now a DARE Car

A Corvette once associated with a drug dealer is now helping Bartlett, Tennessee police teach youngsters about the dangers of drugs and alcohol.

The 1999 model has been adorned with patriotic decals as part of the DARE program, or Drug Abuse Resistance Education, which aims to show fourth and fifth graders how to keep peer pressure from making them succumb to drugs and alcohol.

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