So you’re looking to be the first person on your block with a 2019 Corvette ZR1?
This might be your opportunity, especially if budget is a concern. Just try to show off the car to the rest of the neighborhood while keeping the passenger side hidden.
The good news is this Sebring Orange ZR1 coupe has just 1,700 miles – but the problem is that they were obviously very hard miles!
No word on how this beauty became a beast, but it’s obvious that it’s going to need a lot of tender loving care after an apparent collision with something on the passenger side.
The car is being offered at auction by State Farm Insurance on copart.com, and someone has already bid $15,200.
To us, this one looks like it’s a money pit waiting to be unearthed, if you want to put Humpty Dumpty back together again, but it does appear that the reason to have a ZR1 in the first place – that 755hp monster of an engine – may have escaped the storm unharmed.
A lot of folks out there would probably love to transfer the motor to another car, and then you might even be able to get some of your money back by selling off the other bits and pieces.
So what would you do with this Corvette that was worth north of $125,000 when it had just 1699.9 miles on the odometer?
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