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[5/14/2024 Edition] Today, we have a boosted C5 Z06, a classic 1963 Split-Window Coupe, and the rarest listing we've covered to date

An amazing C5-R is up for sale!

Welcome to this week’s installment of CorvSport’s Listings We Love series, where we comb the internet for the most interesting Corvettes currently listed for sale on the most popular sites. We love all Corvettes, but some catch our eye more than others. Perhaps it’s a tastefully done Restomod with a beastly engine or a model on the cusp of reaching collector status. Sometimes, you just see a Vette and go, “Wow, that thing is sweet! I wonder how much it would cost to take her home…”

Well, now all you have to do is bookmark this bi-monthly series to see the coolest listings currently in the marketplace. We’ll give you quick, concise highlights from the listing, just the right number of pictures, and provide a link if you prefer to take a deeper dive. Let’s get after it!


2004 C5 Z06

38,846 Miles

Current Bid: $18,000

Auction Ends: 5/17/2024

Offered By: Private Party

Listed At: Bring a Trailer

Why We Love It: Anytime an enthusiast slaps twin turbos on a Corvette, we love it! If it’s a sleeper like this example, even better! With a dyno showing 733 horsepower and 686 lb-ft of torque, we can understand why one of the mods included a Lingenfelter mini-tub for the rear wheel wells, which allow for 345-series tires. The full engine and supporting mods will blow your mind, and they are listed in the pictures below, along with the dyno sheet.

All images credited to Bring a Trailer

Deeper Dive: Click here for the full listing (Note: We have no affiliation with this seller)


1963 L76-Powered Split-Window Coupe

1,500 Miles Shown (TMU)

Current Bid: $115,000

Auction Ends: 5/16/2024

Offered By: Dealer

Listed At: Bring a Trailer

Why We Love It: Surprisingly, this is the first Split-Window Coupe we’ve featured in our Listings We Love series. We certainly do love the iconic 1963 Split-Window and recently featured seven remarkable examples, one in each color, that sold for an average price of $259,875 at Mecum Kissimmee. This example comes with an NCRS Shipping Data report and a replacement 327ci L76 V8 paired with a four-speed manual transmission. Make sure to bookmark the listing (which is linked below the pictures) to see how this auction price compares to that strong average price at Mecum.

All images credited to Bring a Trailer

Deeper Dive: Click here for the full listing (Note: We have no affiliation with this seller)


2002 C5-R GT1, Chassis 007 Built by Pratt & Miller

Miles N/A

Price: “Please Inquire”

Offered By: Dealer

Listed At: Art & Revs

Rarity: 1 of just 11 such GT1 Corvettes (plus one test car) built by Pratt & Miller from 1999 to 2004 under ACO LM-GTS/FIA GT1 regulations.

Why We Love It: Aside from the C5-R’s spectacular record with Corvette Racing, this example has a cool story behind it. Chassis 007 was the first Pratt & Miller Corvette C5-R not built for Corvette Racing. Instead, it was originally intended to be a promotional vehicle for a UK-based female pop band named Atomic Kitten. When the band failed to pay for the car, Pratt & Miller eventually found a buyer with Patrick Selleslagh, owner of SRT Racing in Belgium, to compete in the 2003 Belcar series. This birthed a long relationship between SRT Racing and Corvette Racing as future Pratt & Miller Corvette Race cars were purchased by SRT Racing. C5R-007 competed from 2003 to 2007 with SRT Racing before being sold to Alexander Talkanista of AT Racing for the 2008 FIA GT series.

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Deeper Dive: Click here for the full listing (Note: We have no affiliation with this seller)

Additional Source: Corvette Blogger

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