At a bit over 50 grand, the C7 Corvette Stingray has few equals when it comes to performance and value. Still, it’s a bit out of reach for the average American who can’t spend more than $30-35,000 for a vehicle that seats two to three times as many people. For you average Americans, we have the car for you!
As LSX TV reports, Insurance Auto Auctions has a fire sale of sorts on a particular Stingray. This one melted so bad that it’s barely recognizable aside of the wheels. Can you tell it originally was black/black? What other parts are salvageable? Seems somewhat amusing that Geico Insurance is trying to salvage something from this wreck, but it’s quite possible the Bloomington crowd may find a piece or two for their C7 restoration in 30 years.
But some big questions remain: What happened? Is the driver (and passenger) okay? And what did (s)he do with the insurance money? Hopefully everyone involved was okay, and a new Corvette was bought as a replacement.