The Low Mile Corvette Pace Car Collection to be Offered at Mecum’s Dallas Sale

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The Low Mile Corvette Pace Car Collection to be Offered at Mecum's Dallas Sale


Some of the finest Corvette Pace Cars in existence will cross the block at Mecum Auctions in Dallas Oct. 15-17.

They’re all part of the Low Mile Corvette Pace Car Collection and it includes the granddaddy of them all – a 1978 Pace Car Edition. One of the 6,502 produced to help celebrate the Corvette’s 25th anniversary, featuring the iconic black over silver two-tone paint job, it has been driven just 17 miles over the past 42 years.

Also up for sale at the auction will be:

1995 Pace Car Edition with 12,228 miles. One of only 527 produced with two-tone Dark Purple and White paint with special graphics and a black and purple interior:

1995 Pace Car Edition


1998 Pace Car Edition, one of the most polarizing Corvettes ever with its distinctive Pace Car Purple paint with black and yellow interior and yellow wheels. One of 1,163 made, this one has 4,394 miles:

1998 Pace Car Edition


2007 Pace Car Edition with 7 miles, featuring Atomic Orange paint with Pace Car graphics and the 3LT package and 400 horsepower LS2 engine:

2007 Pace Car Edition


2008 Pace Car Edition, one of 17 Festival Cars with special Black and Silver design to honor the ‘78 Pace Car. 2,366 miles:

2008 Pace Car Edition


2008 Daytona Pace Car, the rarest car in the collection as one of just two made with white and orange paint with Gatorade Duel livery. This one has just 29 miles and was the actual Pace Car for the Gatorade Duel at Daytona on Feb. 14, 2008:

2008 Daytona Pace Car


You can see all the consignments for Mecum’s Dallas Auction.


Source:
Mecum Auctions

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  1. When I see unique Corvettes with ultra-low mileage, I always wonder, “What happened? Did someone not like the expensive car they bought, and just parked it???” LOL!

    Oh well, it’s better than see an old pace car replica all beat up and abused.

    That ’78 Pace Car Replica sure sits tall in the saddle, compared to the more modern Corvettes. – Scott

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