I just purchased my first Corvette after what seemed like an eternity. I am curious if I overpaid for my car, I really looked for a long time and I tried to take precautions so I would'nt get raked over the coals. I did however make what I feel has been a big mistake. Yes I bought the car off of eBay and the seller conveniently left out alot of small problems with the car. So here is the description of my car it is a 1975 L48 coupe with an automatic transmission that I paid $11,000 for. I will start with the good aspects of the vehicle, it has numbers matching engine, and tranny with the original Rochester carb. The paint is only 2 years old the engine was recently rebuilt along with the tranny, and carb. New correct style rims, and tires new rear sway bar, the brakes were redone recently with a new booster master cylinder, and brake lines, new alternator, new interior carpet, new chambered exhaust system. So all the main components on the vehicle perform well so far. Now for the bad stuff. The car was delivered with a leaky tranny pan because two of the threads for the tranny pan were stripped, there was a 1 1/2 stress crack in the fender, the reverse lights do not work, the left front headlamp comes up very slowly, the horn does not work, the power antenna does not work, one headlight is out, tachometer does not work or not connected, interior clock does not work. The interior was died black from the original red and it was not done with care, there are two cracks in the dashpad, windows are difficult to roll up and down, some of the trim pieces are missing from the interior. I guess I am just pissed that the seller did not disclose all the small stuff. The car just needs some TLC and I am enjoying the process so far. I really want to get my car back to where it should be and I will in time. So in the end I am happy with the car and I enjoy driving it and learning about the vehicle. I just want to know if I paid a fair price.