Complete with dust and cobwebs, this 1963 Corvette Split Window Coupe will be the latest barn find to be auctioned off, with a new chapter in its life due to begin next month in Illinois.
According to Sullivan Auctioneers of Hamilton, Ill., one of the largest real estate and farm machinery auctioneers in the country, this Corvette was bought in 1974 by the late James T. Spees of Carthage, Ill., and has not been licensed for the last 29 years. In fact, a video on the Sullivan website shows the car being loaded out of a metal building onto a rollback and carried away.
We don’t know many other details about the car, other than that it is red and has 39,000 miles on the odometer. It’ll be presented “as found” at the auction, “dust and cobwebs included!”
Based on the video, though, the body of this Corvette appears to be in very good shape, with no apparent damage. We couldn’t see the interior through the dirty windows, so we don’t know what kind of condition it’s in.
Now it’s being sold for the Spees family, one of the many vehicles being sold at no reserve at the Sullivan Auction on Monday, April 2 starting at 9 a.m.
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