- 04-15-2021: Up for auction by the Gooding and Company of Santa Monica, CA. Mileage is unknown an not many details from the listing. "This well-documented example, with known provenance dating back to the 1960s, also comes with a classic Wonder Bar AM radio, spare tire and jack, and side curtains. The new owner will be pleased to know that this particular vehicle underwent comprehensive restoration, earning a National Corvette Restorers Society (NCRS) Top Flight Award in 1992. The car is accompanied by restoration photos, assorted articles, and road tests."
- 09-04-2012: Listed for sale by owner in Burr Ridge, IL for $199,990. From the listing: "VIN #32, polo white with red interior and black soft top. This is a beautiful frame-off restoration and is one of the finest first series Corvettes available for sale. The car has an NCRS regional Top Flight from the Cypress Gardens, FL, meet and has been properly stored by a few major collectors since. It has only been driven 29 miles since it was restored. This serial number makes it the 32nd Corvette out of the 300 total first year Corvettes built. Options on the car include: Wonderbar radio, e-brake warning flasher, windshield washers, courtesy lights, heater, first design hubcaps and 6.70X15 wide whitewall tires. Most all factory correct components including the spare, jack, jack tools, side windows and bag, shielding, washer system, and spiral shocks. Documented with owner history back to 1965, restoration photos, show photos at the NCRS/Cypress Gardens in a binder. This car came from a collection that philanthropist John Moores of the San Diego Padres had donated to the Scripps Research Institute of California. In addition, the underside of the hood was signed by Zora Duntov the father of the Corvette, and documented with photos."
- 05-17-2001: Privately Owned by Craig Vanderwall of Fort Wayne, IN. From Craig Vanderwall: "Fully documented body off restoration, NCRS Top Flight certified and signed by Zora Duntov." Was for sale by ProTeam in November of 2001.