Evaluation: 810 miles and like new.
Bottom Line: Now that C8s are in the showrooms and out on the roads (there were also three C8s in this auction), it will be interesting to see what happens with C7s. On one hand they’re yesterday’s model, used cars, obsolete. On the other hand they’re the last front-engined Corvettes, the last Corvettes to come with a manual, and still some of the quickest cars on the road for the money. So far there certainly hasn’t been a fire sale on C7s. They’re holding their value well, especially the high-performance variants like the range-topping ZR1. The final price on this one is probably a little bit more than it cost new.