NASCARCorvette No. 211

Terrys B-List (The Affordables)

1955 V-8 • 700 produced (7 Blue Flame Six; 693 with V-8's) • values $125K to $350K

1957 Fuelie • 1,040 produced (RPO-684 HD racing suspension, 51 produced; RPO-579E air box, 43 produced) • value $250K up on the RPO-684/579E

1958-'62 Fuelies • RPO 684 + RPO 687 HD brakes + suspension; 884 produced in all 5 years/177 per year • value $150K up (1958 RPO-684 are very special and more expensive)

1958-'61 Dual Four • 245 hp and 270 hp • value $100K up

1963 Fuelie Split Window • 1,300 prox. produced • value $100K up

1965 Fuelie • last year fuelie (771 produced) • value $100K up

1965 396-425 hp • first/last year for the 396 (only 2,157 produced) • value $100K up (M-22 adds $150K to $250K)

1966 427-425 hp • 5,258 produced • #2 in top 40 fastest muscle car list • value $100K up • 15 M-22 produced (adds $150K to $250K)

1967 435 hp • 3,754 produced (popular then/popular now) • colors & documentation is important & rare • value $150K up

1963-'67 Tanker • 63 '63's produced, 38 '64's produced, 41 '65's produced, 66 '66's produced, 2 '67's produced • values range $125K up • '63's are hot and just try to find a '67 (probably $500K to $1 million)

1967 400 hp/air/convt. • colors & documentation is important • value $150K up

1968/69 L-89 • 624 1968's/390 1969's produced with aluminum head option • value $150k up

1968/69 435 hp • 2,898 ('68) 2,722 ('69) produced • colors/documentation adds a lot • values $100K up

1970 LT-1 • 1,287 produced • value $60K up

1971 LT-1 • 1,949 produced • value $60K up

1972 LT-1 • 1,741 produced • value $60K up • add air and price soars especially convertibles (less than 50)


footnotes:

A) must be the real deal... not fakes or frauds

B) Colors (Black) adds a lot... must be real factory original body/trim tag

C) Original documentation, history, and Bloomington/NCRS show awards adds a lot,br>

D) Original rare options adds a lot (set of Kelsey bolt-on wheels and red stripe tires sold on eBay in '07 for $33K)

E) Original, unrestored in excellent condition adds a lot.

condition based on #1 or #2

F) Caveat Emptor (Buyer Beware). We are adrift in a sea of sharks disguised as mermaids.

G) When it is time to sell... be a smart seller. High-profile events like the Barrett-Jackson and Mecum Muscle Car auctions will get you more money for your car than newspaper and trade publication advertisements. Plan ahead if you’re considering selling your baby: seek good lot numbers (pay a premium if you must) and baby-sit your car during the event to answer questions and show pride in your car – it is a reflection of you, and people simply pay more if they like the seller.

A-E) Equals an overall package and desirables.


Much of information is based on writer's personal knowledge and prices achieved at high profile public auctions.

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