Return on your Investment

Recently one of the first production Corvettes sold for $1 million dollars at an Arizona auction, reports MLive.com. Can you imagine? Turns out the vehicle is the oldest known Corvette and was number three off the line in Flint that first production day. The other two are thought to have been scrapped. A shame, but pure luck for the buyer of this masterpiece!

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  1. Bob Cooper says:

    I own a fully restored, numbers matching, documented (build sheet) 1969 Corvette 427/435 coupe. Datona Yellow; tri-power; factory side pipes. Orignially ordered/sold by Yenko Chevrolet. Everything works. Sell or hold? Any idea of value?

  2. Art says:

    Do you think the 2009 ZR1 is a good investment?

  3. Bill C. says:

    The writers at CorvetteBlog are biased. We love Corvettes and sell Corvettes. Yes, we think they are a good investment, especially the ZR1.

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