The ‘Cuda was the third most expensive vehicle at the auction, pipped only by the Superbird and the split-window Corvette Z06, seen here in silver. Someone paid an eye-watering $566,500 for this Chevrolet, arguably one of the most beautiful American cars ever to grace our roads. It’s got quite an interesting back story; Barrett-Jackson notes the Corvette spent most of its life in storage before it was found and treated to a body-off restoration in 2019.
Equipped with the 360-horsepower fuel-injected motor (part of the Z06 package) this 1-of-199 Corvettes is truly a special classic. Other noteworthy sales include a 2009 $335,500 SL65 Black Series and a 1941 Cadillac Series 62 Custom Convertible, at $385,000.
“The depth, breadth, and quality of our docket, especially muscle cars, hot rods, and Resto-Mods, was among the best we’ve ever offered in Las Vegas…American Hemi muscle appropriately led the charge this holiday weekend,” said Barrett-Jackson president, Steve Davis.
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