Selling Your Classic Corvette? Where to Find Buyers

Sell your corvette

You put a lot of time and work into rebuilding your classic Corvette. You carefully planned each remodel project. You special ordered custom parts, creating a unique Corvette. You entered numerous car shows, showing off all of your hard work. The time has come to sell your prized Corvette, but you have probably wondered, who will I sell my Corvette to? Who will appreciate the details and customizations that took so many hours of planning? You are likely to find enthusiastic Corvette buyers from the following locations.

Classic Corvette dealers

Classic Corvette dealers are in the business of buying and selling Corvettes. All of their inventory may not be class classic Corvettes, but they are likely to have a small selection of used classic Corvette vehicles they have purchased from other sellers. This is a great place to sell your Corvette, because you know that it will go to a Corvette enthusiast. You may also receive trade in value on purchasing a new Corvette vehicle.

Corvette car shows

Corvette car shows are often filled with people who either have Corvettes that they want to show off, or people who are interested in purchasing their own Corvette. This is probably the best place to find people who will appreciate the individual customizations you have done to your vehicle. It is also a great environment for sharing any car awards or racing awards that you have won with your Corvette.

Since 1999, Corvette racing has won 92 races worldwide, with 85 in North America and 7 internationally. This includes 58 1 to 2 finishes, seven 24 Hours of Le Mans class wins, 10 ALMS manufacturers championships, 10 ALMS team championships, and nine ALMS drivers championships. The Corvette has a good speed and race record, making it an ideal vehicle for those wanting to participate in their own Corvette races.

Corvette online forums

Many Corvette enthusiasts belong to a forum of other people that are also interested in classic Corvette dealers. These forums are a great place to diagnoses problems with your Corvette, see photos of ideal upgrades, find out manufacturer information, and list your classic Corvette. These forums often have their own for sale section of the website, with many available classic Corvette buyers.

Some of these Corvette websites allow you to narrow down your Corvette results by the type that you are interested in. For example, the 1979 C3 Corvette is the best selling Corvette of all time. A record breaking 58,307 units were sold that year making it the most sold in a year in Corvette?s history. You are likely to find more Corvette C3?s because they were so popular many years ago.

Used classic car auctions

Auctions are a great place to purchase a new vehicle or to sell your classic Corvette. Auctions often benefit the seller, because you can drive up prices with a price war. All it takes to receive a high price is two interested parties in your vehicle. For example, all 1953 models were Polo White with red interior and they were priced at $3,498. In 2006, the third 1953 Corvette produced sold for a record $1.06 million at auction. These numbers also show how well the classic Corvette holds its value and has great resale value.

The classic Corvette is a highly desired and valued vehicle. Many enjoy purchasing Corvettes from their youth and taking on the task of repairing and upgrading them. Classic Corvette shows and races allow Corvettes enthusiasts of all types to get together and show off their classic car. These shows, along with classic Corvette dealers and Corvette online forums are a great place to find buyers if you are interested in cashing in on your Corvette project.

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Alice Stratt

I'm Alice, from Bristol Tennessee, and I love NASCAR. I've never raced myself but I grew up right there off the track, watching my dad race the #94 car and learning how to work on my own engine. Now I'm all grown up and have a shop of my own, but I still help out in the #94 pit for my old man. Want to learn more about NASCAR or auto repair? Read on!