100 percent original 1969 Corvette L88 auctioned for $562.500 image

The 1969 made Corvette L88 attracted all the attention at Mecum’s inaugural auction in Dallas and the black sports car managed to set the strongest price of the entire event, making its highest bidder offer 562.500 USD.

According to corvetteblogger.com, the 1969 Corvette L88 auctioned on Saturday in Dallas holds the NCRS Regional Top Flight award, it has been certified with the Survivor status by Bloomington Gold and has been featured an NCRS training seminar display vehicle.

The 1969 Corvette L88 sold at the Mecum auction is 100 percent original and even the tires are the same, so we won’t even dare to speak about other parts like the paint, engine, interior or even keys, and besides all those certificates above, the black coupe is also coming with the original owner history.

The L88 Corvettes seem to be a gold mine because, besides this one who got more than half-a-million dollars, the one sold in May this year at Indianapolis got $222.600 and the sports car seems to have set a standard because its being sold in the quarter-million range and exclusivity is everything because only 116 units of this model have been made in 1969.