Evaluation: One owner car represented with 45 miles, and in storage since new. There is no shortage of red, low-mile first year ZR1s out there, but this has to be among the lowest mileage examples.
Bottom Line: Clean, low-mile, red ZR-1s may be quite common, but they haven’t been immune from the wider appreciation for 1990s performance cars over the course of 2020-22. This result is up there but it’s not outrageous given the delivery mileage that some collectors clamor for. C4 ZR-1s are still a great performance value. Decent ones with reasonable mileage and a little wear and tear can still be had for $30k or less. Even $52,800 seems reasonable for something that offered supercar-level speed in its day.