Final C5 Corvette On Sale With Only 29 Miles On It — for $1 Million

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This last-of-the-line Corvette still has a window sticker and plastic on its seats. 

Since 1953, there have only been 7 generations of the Corvette. Since the 7th generation is still being produced, that means there are only 6 vehicles on the planet that hold the distinction of being the “last Corvette of a generation.” Of those 6 vehicles, you’d be hard-pressed to find one more pristine than this 2004 C5 Corvette.

Currently on loan to the National Corvette Museum, the last-ever C5 is now at Buyavette in Atlanta, GA, and it can be yours for the princely sum of $1 million. That might sound outrageous at first, but when you hear the details about this vehicle, you just might consider selling your home and all your belongings. What sets this Corvette apart from other “last ever” vehicles is the fact that this car has never been titled and has just 29 miles on it.

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That’s right, this car has been in a collection since its delivery. The vehicle is still on MSO and has all the plastic and stickers on it. Don’t feel bad if this makes you think you were transported back in time to 2004; we felt the same way. Needless to say, this Corvette is as bone stock as it gets.

The last C5 is a commemorative edition with Lemans Blue exterior, and it looks gorgeous. It comes with the 350 horsepower LS1 engine and automatic transmission. It also has all the bells and whistles that came with the 1SC Preferred Equipment Group. But let’s be real: There’s no way the next buyer of this vehicle is going to do anything other than keep it in a climate-controlled environment as a collector’s piece.

So, do you have $1 million laying around and want a piece of Corvette history?

Charles Dean is a regular contributor to Corvette Forum and Rennlist, among other auto sites.

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