Barrett-Jackson’s first Online-Only Auction kicked off last week and there are a total of nine Corvettes are available in the sale. The vehicle lots have been divided into two groups with three Corvettes closing on Friday and six Corvettes closing on Saturday. You can see the lots at Proxbid.com.
Currently, the Corvette with the highest bid in the auction is the 1963 Corvette restomod built by Jeff Hayes Customs. Powered by a Hot Cam LS3 that makes 540 horsepower. Bidding just crossed the $200,000 threshold on the custom restomod with a little over two days to go.
Perhaps serious bidders will show up right before the end of the sale, but currently, the pricing is still pretty good, especially for those lots in the first group that ends Friday. For example, a 1978 Corvette Pace Car with a L82/4-speed is currently bidded to $15,750 and a 2007 Corvette Z06 is bidded up to $26,500, and a 1990 Corvette ZR-1 has a high-bid of $14,500.
Saturday’s group includes the 1963 Corvette Restomod along with four other Midyear Corvettes and a 1972 LT1 Convertible.
Following the vehicle sales, Barrett-Jackson has a third group of lots that features a huge collection of automobilia that will run through Sunday, May 17th.
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