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Gaming Glen

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Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA
Corvette
1996 Grand Sport convertible, 2003 red coupe
I love this car but I'm not a mechanic and older cars need more care than I can give. The Corvette buyer's guide gives a range of $27,000 to $50,000 as the going price. Since it has a couple minor mechanical issues I can sell it as is maybe for $30,000 or fix them and sell it for more. I would use a regular shop mechanic. Or is it better to find a collector who would rather fix it himself or have a trusted mechanic fix it?

(Hmm, my current pictures are too large to add. When I figure out how to post them they shall be)
 

Toms007

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Southwest Kansas
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2007 Atomic Orange Coupe
Good luck with your sale.

Red interior?
 

Gaming Glen

Well-known member
Joined
Apr 16, 2002
Messages
46
Location
Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA
Corvette
1996 Grand Sport convertible, 2003 red coupe
all black interior (the only way to go :) )

Runs great except on occasional a little rough. Local regular shop couldn't figure that out. Day before the car ran smooth for 30 miles at high speed (70+) until I came down to Earth and neared the dealer (I went to check out a same-color C7 Grand Sport.. sigh, so want) then at idle speeds ran a little rough.

Still gets the usual been-going-on-for-years oxygen sensor codes which even Chevy shop didn't bother fixing, back when Chevy would actually work on C4s (recommended: drive it more. OKAY!).

ABS system goes in and out, brakes still work. I've been driving before ABS was a thing, and also took a performance class where they taught you to brake better so that's never been a concern for me.

I'll take $25,000.

47100 miles

P.S. still haven't figured out how to transfer phone pix to computer. I guess I have to get off my lazy bum and take pictures with my tablet.
 

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