Of the 38,762 1969 Corvettes made, just two were built for sale with the legendary ZL-1 427 cu.-in. race engine. One of those was a convertible. The original owner campaigned it for three years before storing it until 1989. Then, after 15 years of shows and some competition, it went to a second owner, who had it restored by the world’s top Corvette restoration shop. RM Sotheby’s estimates the next owner will pay up to $3M to take the car home from its Scottsdale auction.
Carroll’s Cobra Goes for Nearly $6 Million Auction action may have been a little cooler in Scottsdale last month, that was not the case in Kissimmee, Fla., where Mecum Auctions held its annual 10-day spectacle from Jan. 7-16. The $122.8 million total was the highest single-auction result in Mecum’s 34-year history. That take was spread […]