Our Three Favorite Corvettes for Sale at Corvette Mike in October

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Our Three Favorite Corvettes for Sale at Corvette Mike in October


Looking for that special Corvette to add to your garage? The current market is smoking hot with collectible, low-mileage examples currently in high demand, and deciding where to buy your next Corvette should be given almost as much consideration as to what you are buying. If there is one thing we’ve learned over the years is that not all pre-owned dealers are equal. That’s why we’ve been happy to share these collectible Corvettes for sale from Corvette Mike in Anaheim, California.

Corvette Mike is one of the country’s renowned Corvette resellers and their staff is highly knowledgeable when it comes to dealing with America’s Favorite Sports Car. Today we cruised over to their website to check out Corvette Mike’s inventory and we came up with these highly collectible Corvettes for sale that are our three favorites for the month of October.

Do you have a Corvette for sale? Corvette Mike skips the auctions and only buys Corvettes from private enthusiasts so if you have a low-mileage or rare Corvette for sale that is in great condition, reach out to Corvette Mike and let them know what you have…

2019 Corvette ZR1 Convertible

The 2019 Corvette ZR1 had an amazing one-year run as the swan song for the front-engine Corvette. Yet even as the C8 Corvette arrived, demand for the C7 ZR1 has skyrocketed as collectors and enthusiasts alike want to experience what some are calling one of the best American sports cars ever made. If you’re in the market for 2019 Corvette ZR1 Convertible, look no further than this one offered at CorvetteMike.com.

2019 Corvette ZR1


This 2019 Corvette ZR1 Convertible is number 954 of 2,953 ZR1s produced and is one of only 53 Convertibles outfitted in an Arctic White exterior. Major options on the car include the 3LZ equipment group, Magnetic Ride Control, and an automatic transmission. The white exterior offers a nice contrast to all the carbon fiber on the car which includes the carbon fiber hood with visible weave as well as the side vents, front splitter and rockers, rear wing, and the tonneau inserts. Completing the curb appeal are the 19″ front & 20″ rear chrome aluminum ZR1 wheels wearing Michelin’s Pilot Sport Cup 2 summer-only tires.

2019 Corvette ZR1


The 2019 ZR1 is powered by the 6.2-liter LT5 V8 engine that is coupled to an 8-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifts and there are only 1,600 miles on the odometer. The LT5 offered the highest output ever for a Chevrolet production vehicle and the supercharger provided 52% more displacement over the Z06’s LT4. The LT5 also holds the distinction of being Chevy’s first dual-fuel injection system which used a primary direct injection while adding a supplemental port injection. These innovations helped the 2019 Corvette ZR1 achieve 755 horsepower and 715 lb-ft of torque.

2019 Corvette ZR1


The interior of the ZR1 shows off a Kalahari leather interior with a matching Kalahari convertible top. The 3LZ package offers a sueded microfiber wrapped interior with a Carbon Fiber and leather-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel. A Premium BOSE audio system will have you rocking out to your favorite tunes while cruising and the Performance Data Recorder will capture those fun driving adventures.

For more information and the price of this Arctic White 2019 Corvette ZR1, please call Tim at 714-630-0700.


2013 Corvette 427 Convertible

With the 2013 model year being both the 60th Anniversary of the Corvette as well as the C6’s final year of production, it was widely anticipated that Chevrolet would offer something special for Corvette enthusiasts and they sure didn’t disappoint! Taking a cue from customer requests to create a Z06 Convertible model, Chevrolet opted to put the 505-hp LS7 V8 into the Convertible Grand Sport model to create a special one-year-only model called the 427 Convertible Collector Edition.

2013 Corvette 427 Edition


When it was introduced, the 427 Convertible instantly became the fastest and most capable convertible model in Corvette’s history. Powered by the 7.0-liter 427 ci V8 with 505-hp and connected to a 6-speed manual transaxle, its performance options included the Z06’s driveline and rear axle, and Magnetic Selective Ride Control was made standard. To help with weight reduction on the steel-framed sports car, Chevrolet gave it the B92 Carbon Fiber hood as well as Carbon Fiber fenders and floor panels.

2013 Corvette 427 Edition


This Triple Black 2013 Corvette 427 Convertible is number 284 of the 2,552 total built. Corvette Mike acquired the car from Arizona and it’s basically new with only 1,945 miles showing on the odometer. This 427 Convertible is one of 691 optioned with the Heritage Package which added the classic 427 hood stinger stripe and 427 logos sewn into the floor mats.

2013 Corvette 427 Edition


The 427 Convertible Edition also received the Z06’s slotted steel brakes as its standard brake package and this car shows red-painted brake calipers. The 427 Convertible rides on the staggered 19″ and 20″ lightweight machine-face Cup wheels that were first available on the 2012 Z06 and ZR1. This 427 also has a Corsa exhaust system and a short-throw shifter (the original also comes with the car.)

For more information and the price of this Black 2013 Corvette 427 Convertible, please call Tim at 714-630-0700.

2013 Corvette 427 Edition


1996 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible

The 1996 Corvette Grand Sport is one of the more unique special editions to be manufactured by Chevrolet over the Corvette’s nearly 70-year history. It was one of two special editions offered as the swan song for the long-running C4 generation as it was offered alongside the Sebring Silver Collector’s Edition in the model’s final year.

1996 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible


The Admiral Blue Grand Sports excited Corvette fans right from the get-go as Chevrolet resurrected the model name from Zora Arkus-Duntov’s legendary racing Grand Sports from the early 1960s. Somehow, Corvette Engineers were able to certify a new engine specially for the Grand Sport despite it being a one-year-only option. Created from the 300-hp LT1, the LT4 had a higher compression and newly designed aluminum heads, Crane roller rocker arms, and revised camshaft design which brought the power level up to 330-horsepower. Other features included the black-painted ZR-1 wheels which required mini-flares over the rear tires, along with the unique full-body white racing stripe with red hash marks on the front fenders. Offered exclusively with a 6-speed manual transmission, it was limited to just 1,000 total units.

1996 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible


This 1996 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible offered by Corvette Mike was acquired by the original owner who only put 19,277 miles on the odometer. This GS is #117 in the series and is fully documented with all books, manuals, original window sticker, build sheet, and more. Plus, it received a high score from the NCRS who awarded it Top Flight status. Celebrate the C4’s end of the line by adding this highly collectible Grand Sport to your stable. Offered for $52,900.


To learn more about these three highly collectible Corvettes for sale or to view the other collector Corvettes offered by Corvette Mike, visit them online at CorvetteMike.com or give Tim a call at 714-630-0700 and let them know you found them here on CorvetteBlogger.com!


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