Category Archives: Corvette

1969 Corvette 427 – $5,200

4 speed 427 Corvette Coupe

Recently Sold for $5200 on eBay

How long do you think this ’69 Corvette has been gathering dust in some backwoods garage? Try 30+ years! But it’s a “dry storage” according to the seller. This Vette was hit hard in the distant past which bent the frame and trashed the front clip. The front clip is workable. The frame maybe not so much.

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1963 Corvette Convertible – $14,000

’63 Corvette Stingray, 327 cid 4 speed

Recently Sold for $14,000 on eBay

You could sort of call this Corvette a “barn find” but certainly not a “survivor”. This 1963 Stingray has been sitting in storage as you see it in these photos since 1978. No history on why it was gutted so long ago and then stored, but maybe even then the owners foresaw what these Corvettes would fetch at auction. Read more on 1963 Corvette Convertible – $14,000…

1954 Corvette Convertible – $37,800

’54 Corvette – Premium price paid for this Barn Find

Recently Sold for $37,800 on eBay

1954 Chevy Corvette – 1 of 4 ever made in black.

This is one of those cars you just dream of uncovering in some back woods barn. This particular Corvette was pulled out of it’s storage building in Florida earlier this year. The seller claimed it was 1 of only 4 ever made in black. There were only 3,640 Corvettes total made in 1954, which was the 2nd year of production for GM’s two seater sports car.

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1964 Corvette Convertible – $6,300

’64 Corvette – Can it be salvaged?

Recently Sold for $6300 on eBay

Here’s another classic Corvette that’s finally been given a chance at a new life. This 1964 Corvette has been sitting for years and years. It’s been wrecked in the front, but the body from the cowl back is still in good shape. Front clip obviously has been long gone. The frame unfortunately was damaged, but could be repaired in all likelihood. VIN numbers match between body and frame, although the original drive train is no longer there. Daytona Blue was the original color with blue interior.

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1971 Corvette T-top – $2,000

1971 Chevrolet Corvette Shell

Recently Sold for $2200 on eBay

This Corvette had been sitting in a Los Angeles driveway with weeds growing around it for years. You know that any gearhead that passed by just shook his head at the waste of such a great car sitting for so long. Clearly one of those, “I’m going to restore it someday” stories. This one was a salvage title Corvette, so there’s no knowing what damage could be hiding from past accidents. Read more on 1971 Corvette T-top – $2,000…

1962 Corvette Convertible – $6,100

’62 Corvette Needs Help

Recently Sold for $6100 on eBay

If you aren’t current on Corvette prices you might take a look at the $6100 sale price on this one and wonder what the buyer was thinking to offer that much. But these 1st generation (C1) Corvettes go for so much money that the buyer probably thought it was a deal just to get the body and frame. The 1962 Corvette was the last of the C1 cars and is definitely in high demand.

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1968 Corvette L71 – $2,700

427 cid Corvette Coupe Chassis

Recently Sold for $2700 on eBay

The buyer got a good deal on this 1968 Corvette L71 if it is indeed a true big block car. The original 427 cars are well sought after and can bring serious money when restored. The L71 engine was the largest of the 427 big block Corvette engines available in 1968. With it’s tri-power intake system to pour in the gas the L71 was rated at 435 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque. And it was fairly rare with less than 3,000 made. 1968 was the first of the generation C3 Corvettes.

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