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Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale 2017 Coverage

Lot# 1288.4

How about a 1968 427/390 4 speed with only 620 original miles? $110,000. took it to a new owner.


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Lot# 1291

This was a very nice 1961 custom with LS1 power and a T56 6 speed. Hammer price was $88,000.


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Lot #1291.1

With NCRS Top Flight and Blooming Gold awards this was one fine 1967. Showing less than 23,000 miles this 427/390 4 speed is just barely broken in. Sell price was $165,000.


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One of my favorite Corvettes of the auction, this 1958 was a class act with the billet wheels that resemble the original wheel covers and the low profile white wall tires. With a LS3 and 4 speed automatic this one brought $151,800.


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Lot #1296.1

This survivor 1963 features mostly original paint and black interior. It's powered by its factory original fuel-injected 327/360 horse engine and 4-speed transmission.


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This award winning 1962 custom sold for $77,000.


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I know the majority of Corvette gearheads love the Stinger hood but I have to say... I've always preferred the 66 hump...


Me too,Mac
Me too,Mac

It has a more integrated look. I remember the first 1965 396 that was delivered to the local dealer. That hood just blew me away.


A top quality restoration of a Goodwood Green/Saddle 435 horse was had for $104,500.


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Lot# 1312

The Same $104,500. would buy it's sister from the same consignor. Also a 435 but upgraded to L89 specs with the addition of aluminum heads.


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Lot #1318

NASCAR Hall of Fame driver Rusty Wallace brought his 1978 Corvette custom to the auction. It features a 450 horse ZZ383 built by NASCAR engine builder and Rusty's neighbor, Doug Yates. Rusty says he knows it will go 180. $110,000. was the selling bid.


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The perfect 1967 427 cruiser. With the 390 horsepower, Powerglide, power steering, power brakes, power windows, air conditioning and both tops this would be a good car for hot or cool drives. Another $104,500. purchase.


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A very original 1960 RPO 687 with all of the right pieces and mostly original paint was let go for $117,700.


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Another RPO 687 Fuelie. This one a 1962 with just over 26,000 miles and has received NCRS top Flight and been part of the Bloomington Gold Special Collection. Hammer price was $115,500.


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Lot #1347

A perfect restoration and in the right colors paid off for this Triple Diamond Award winning 1967 435 with a hammer price of $220,000.


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Lot #1353

Number 200 out of the 300 total production built in the first year of the Corvette, 1953, this car had a recent correct restoration and sold for $275,000.


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Lot #1358

This custom 1958 was named Eye Candy and it most definitely was. For power it has a 6.2-liter 556hp LSA supercharged engine with 5-speed and an Art Morrison chassis. Unfortunately the engine was hidden under a cover of the type that seem to be so popular these days and you couldn't see the good stuff. The hammer dropped at $225,500.


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Lot #1363

Now we get to the Mickey Thompson 1963 Z06 that I previewed in post 1 of this thread. $247,500. was the magic number and worth every penny in my opinion.


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Lot #1369

Here's a great 1969 L88. This was one of the few reserve cars at the auction and the bid price did not meet the reserve so it was not sold. I can't say it better than the Barrett-Jackson catalog description so here it is.

This is one of 116 1969 L88s produced. This Corvette is equipped with a 427/430hp L88 with factory side pipes, and the original red line tires that came on the car. With only 16,482 original miles, this car has undergone a rotisserie restoration by Kevin Mackay of Corvette Repair. The car achieved a Triple Diamond status in 2013 with a NCRS Top Flight Award, Bloomington Gold Award and was also featured in the February 2015 issue of 'Vette magazine. The car was originally delivered to Jennings Chevrolet in Glenview, IL. It is equipped with the following features as delivered: L88 heavy-duty engine, M22 heavy-duty transmission, J56 heavy-duty brakes, heavy-duty suspension, K66 ignition, N14 side-mounted exhaust, alarm system, red line tires and LeMans Blue with black vinyl interior. This particular car has the original engine, transmission and the rear assembly still intact, as well as all the factory fiberglass. (Barrett-Jackson)


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Here we have one of the Corvette stars of the Auction, a 1963 Z06 Tanker. $385,000.00

With VIN 9046, this 1963 Corvette split-window Z06 tanker is powered by a 327/360hp "Fuelie" with a 4-speed manual transmission. It's finished in Sebring Silver with a black interior. It has been body-off restored by Naber's of Houston and is in pristine show condition. It's won multiple NCRS Top Flight Awards at regional in January 2013 and October 2012. Bloomington Gold Certified (Appears OEM) in June 2012, it also won Best in Class awards from Santa Fe Concorso in September 2012 and Hilton Head Concours d'Elegance in November 2012. Additionally, it was on display in the National Corvette Museum in 2013 with letter of appreciation. Options include power brakes, power windows, T-10 transmission, 4.11 posi-traction, Z06 heavy-duty brakes and special heavy-duty suspension, N03 36-gallon gas tank, radio delete, aluminized off-road exhaust, tinted glass, hubcaps and 6.70x15" blackwall tires. One of only 199 RPO Z06 Special Performance package Corvettes and one of only 63 N03 Big Tank Corvettes built in 1963. This former Eric Gill car from the 1970s has history and old photos back to 1969-70. It's documented with volumes of research and show data. It's also been editorialized many times, as far back as 1977. The restoration receipts total $138,000 and all show awards, certificates and judging sheets come with it. With a production date of February 18, 1963, it was delivered new by Kardon Chevrolet of Mt. Holly, NJ (dealer code 343 in zone 15), per the official NCRS/GM Shipping Data Records (SDR). Looks, runs and drives like new(Barrett-Jackson)


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