How many white top/red c5 Vert's?
Wondering if there is any special value to this: Red 2002 C5 Vert, with a white factory top. It was special ordered that way. Car only has 700 miles so it is basicly in the wrapper.
Car was offered to me for sale and i ran all the $$ numbers, but is there any consideration in value for the special top? At first glance I would say no, but looking for other opinions.
It's got so it seems to me that the Internet has created a lot more Horses A$$'s than we have Horses!
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There is no special value for a 2002 convertible with a white top, but there may be special personal preference for a white top (I have one!). We (Corvette Mike New England) have had quite a few Torch Red with white top convertibles, and they sell fairly quickly. Black, tan and white tops were the choices that year. What makes the car you are looking at special is the fact that it has only 700 miles. The year, the mileage and the options are what will determine a selling price. Let me know what this car has and the price they're asking...I'll let you know if it's reasonable!
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