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The star Corvettes of the show were the 1968 Owens/Corning L88 racer and 2014 Corvette VIN 001. We expected these cars to be the top Corvette sellers, but we didn’t expect them to end up in the same garage. Both cars as well as the Guy Fieri C6 and Dan Akerson’s C1 are now owned by NASCAR’s Rick Hendrick.
The top 10 Corvettes consist of a variety of different cars. You’ve got the aforementioned L88 racer and C7 VIN 1, but there’s also 4 tricked out customs, 2 celebrity cars, and 2 restored big blocks – one a mighty 1969 L88 coupe and the other a delicious triple black 1965 396 convertible.
To land on this top 10 list you needed to plunk down at least $187,000 or to purchase all of them it would have cost you a whopping $4.28 million.
Here are the top 10 Corvettes from Barrett-Jackson’s 2013 Scottsdale event including the final sales price with the 10% buyer’s commission. Click on the car description from more information on each lot.
|Rank||Image||Car Description||Sales Price|
Corvette Stingray VIN 001
Owens/Corning L88 Racer
Guy Fieri Convertible
Dan Akerson Convertible
Blue Custom Coupe
Red Custom Coupe
We’ll be wrapping up the rest of the January auctions later this week so stay tuned.
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