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Old 02-12-2019, 08:36 PM
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I always could not understand the low value of a 73, due to the uniqueness, but the high price of a 63 split.
Split window was a purposely done style. '73 was a transitional phase due to mandatory bumper regulations.
No offense, but you'll never hear non Corvette people at a car show questioning if a 63 split window was involved in a bad collision and repaired with a front/rear clip from a different year car.
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Old 02-13-2019, 12:40 AM
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Anyone who buys a C3 and proceeds to fix it up, in hopes of turning a large profit is plain NUTS. Most of us just plain out enjoy our cars, whether fixing them or taking them out for a drive. I plan on giving my car to my son in law when I pass, I know he will enjoy the car as much as I have.
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Originally Posted by BarryB72 View Post

Do we think the c2's would be nearly as valuable if they made them until 1977- 15 years like the c3?
That's what I've been saying since I joined this forum

The production numbers each year were also much lower than the C3. I maintain that most of the high C2 price is due to relative scarcity, not due to high demand.
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