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Old 09-14-2019, 04:50 PM
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I’m kind of looking for another car, and stumbled on this. Not what I’m looking for, but neat. Right now I’m flip-flopping between an early c3 convertible or c7 ( if prices drop next year).


The only thing is it seems a bit high, when you think of the money and time to make it nice.

I think it’s been for sale off and on all summer.

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1957 CORVETTE - $32000

“This car was stripped bare frame in mid 80’s after former owner died.
I purchased car from family, cleaned and treated frame with p.o.r 15
Frames was assembled body set on motor
Installed all parts and now will run and drive
N.o.m 57
283 3spd
Hardtop and convertible bows
No hubcaps
Phone calls ONLY”

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Old 09-15-2019, 11:29 PM
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I dunno. I was where you are when the C5 was in production for a while and was torn between a C2 or chrome bumper C3 and a new(ish) C5 (soon to be replaced by the C6. But niced used C5 were still $30K. So I bought a project. At this point in time I have more money and less seat time in the C3 than I would have had in the C5.

So between the two, I vote for the C6.
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Old 09-16-2019, 09:41 PM
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Decisions, Decisions, one nice thing about the older cars is minimal depreciation and no inspection. We’ll see what happens.

Your 502 convertible should be a blast. A pro stock 502 sounds interesting to say the least.
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