Corvette has 13,800 miles. It sold on Barrett-Jackson (Palm Springs) in 2007; Lot#138. You can go on the internet and see the car on the Barrett-Jackson page; and verify miles. At that time it had 2400 miles; it sold for 23500. I bought the car from Mershons Corvettes in Springfield, Ohio three years ago and paid $26000. The car had 6400 miles on it when it was delivered to my house. I replaced numerous dried out/defective parts due to dry rot from sitting, totaling over $4000.00. I installed a new Davis Distributor, new Renegade intake (30 HP increase), brake caliper, smog pump, radiator, A/C compressor, Idle controls, EGR valve, Fuel injectors, Plug and plug wires, New exhaust system all the way back, and HP computer chip.
All work was accomplished by an ASE Mechanic and Muffler shop. I topped it off with a new professionally installed CD player installed by Xtremne Audio in Somerset , KY. The console bezel was replaced (nothing was cut). I am liquidating 4 vehicles. THERE ARE NO PROBLEMS WITH THIS CAR. It is 38 years old and you would have to pick at it to find flaws. The price is $10,000.00 below it's worth and you will not find a nicer car.......I simply lost interest due to a loss in my family. If you are SERIOUS, EMAIL ME/Call me and tell me your concerns. You need to physically come and see this car. Pictures don't lie, nor do I. I only accept cash or certified cashiers check in payment (No Trades), once the money is in my account; then I will release the title.
Putting the power behind the driver has been proposed frequently, and for more than 60 years
GM Styling Division had updated the sports car and added a rotary engine before the automaker pulled the plug on the project
They called it “King of the Hill”
The Pick of the Day has T-top, a long list of awards and honors, and very low mileage
This is the 30th and final car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
This is the 25th car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
1979 El Vette has been donated to the National Corvette Museum
We’ll know how much collectors are willing to spend when the L88 duo crosses the Mecum block in Kissimmee