StingRay and Mako Shark Corvette Buyer’s Guides

Keith Martin’s Buyer’s Guides on C2 and C3 Corvettes provide helpful information. Whether you’re a buyer, restorer, dealer, or enthusiast, the down-loadable information includes: 

* In depth market information, details of the most recent auction sales, and expert profiles

* Performance data, serial numbers, original colors, and factory options

* Classic road tests, advertisements, sales brochures, and owner’s manual pages

* What to look for when buying

* Resources for clubs, parts, and restoration

Each volume is available to download for just $12.95 each in Adobe Reader format.  Information is also available on AMX, Austin-Healey, 240Z, Pantera, Mustang, Thunderbird, and XK-E.

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  1. Brad Sjoberg says:

    Where can I get info on my 2001 convertible which I just purchased (axle options, etc.). Thanks, Brad

  2. Bill says:

    It depends on the kind of information you are looking for. To start with, if you have no copy of the original invoice, any dealer can print that out for you with just the 17 digit VIN of your car. This ability only goes back to about the 2000 model year.

    The Corvette Blog would be happy to look up and forward to you your invoice. Just send your VIN to bill [@] corvetteblog [dot] com.

    If that doesn’t answer your questions, let us know what else you need.

  3. Mark says:

    I have a 1969 coupe in pieces in my garage that I would like to sell. I don’t know if there are any Corvette restoration places that buy old vettes or u just sell them for parts. I am in Maryland and looking for some help.

  4. Bill C. says:

    I would recomment that you log on to Corvette Action Center, Corvette Forum, or Digital Corvettes. Tell your story there. You may have some interested inquiries without spending a penny.

    And, you definitely want to visit http://www.c3vr.com!

  5. Steve says:

    I will buy Mark’s 69 Vette, in Pieces or not… I live in Ca. but will be traveling to N.C. next month with a trailer. Let me know if it’s still for sale, how much, and what condition. Do I need a winch? Does it at least ROLL? If not, how much work to make it roll.
    Is everything with it? I’m motivated, and have cash. Retired Intelligence Officer. Give me a quick email, let me know.
    Steve

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