NASCARCorvette No. 211

Over $240 Million Dollars...

was raked in by seven collector car auction companies in January 2012; which is a huge increase over last January 2011 that hovered right at $200 million dollars. 2011 was a re-rebirth of growth in collector car/Corvette values and January 2012 saw many "leap frog" sale prices of extreme and moderately desirable collector Corvette. Highlights from the 7 January collector car auctions:
1953 White Convertible - Sold $467,500.00
1953 White Convertible - Sold $455,500.00
1954 Blue Convertible - Sold $176,000.00
1955 White Convertible - Sold $176,000.00
1955 Blue Convertible - Sold $165,000.00
1959 Big Brake Fuelie - Sold $174,900.00
1960 Big Brake Fuelie - Sold $185,500.00
1961 Gulf Oil Race Car - no sale $901,000.00
1961 Big Brake Fuelie -no sale $217,300.00
1962 Resto-Mod - Sold $401,500.00
1962 Resto-Mod - Sold $357,000.00
1963 Coupe Resto-Mod Red - Sold $270,300.00
1963 Convertible 300 hp Air Automatic - Sold $148,400.00
1965 Blue F.I. Convertible - Sold $118,800.00
1966 Resto-Mod - Sold $282,700.00
1966 White 425 hp Convertible - Sold $143,000.00
1966 Convertible 425 hp - Sold $139,920.00
1967 Blue 435 hp Convertible - Sold $249,100.00
1967 Maroon 435 Convertible - Sold $205,000.00
1967 Black (color change) 300 hp - Sold $113,300.00
1968 Silver L88 Convertible - Sold $687,500.00
1969 Orange L88 T-Top - Sold $451,000.00
1969 White L88 Convertible - no sale $424,000.00
1969 Yellow L88 Convertible - Sold $646,600.00
1969 Blue L88 T-Top - Sold $286,200.00
1972 Green LT1/ZR1 T-Top - Sold $137,800.00
2010 ZR1 Serial #1 - Sold $203,500.00
These are huge numbers that show the popularity of Corvette collecting is again on the rise. Questions or comments? Email: [email protected]

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