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My former 1991 B2K back on the market on Bring a Trailer:

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1991 Aerobody Convertible

It's back on BAT. Someone really needs to give this car a forever home. This is an awesome car, and I wish I was in a position to buy it again. Last time it brought $49K - really strong money. Any bets on if it can repeat?

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1991- ... rvette-51/

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I can give it a forever home , just need the money :jsmile
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That's weird. I could have sworn I posted this in the for sale thread, then it was gone, so I posted it again in that thread. This looks like my original post - not sure how I made this a separate thread. Sorry for the duplication.
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Im surprised that it stalled at 36k so quickly…I expect a huge surge at the end.
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SurfnSun wrote: Sun Dec 19, 2021 10:47 am Im surprised that it stalled at 36k so quickly…I expect a huge surge at the end.


Agree with that. Escalated to $36k, now stalled. Perhaps the real money will come in the last few minutes of the auction. One to watch, as this is a nice car of the series.
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Interesting the car shows it was shipped to the dealer, which it's safe to say, they shipped eventually to Callaway Cars in CT. Unique :wtf
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Bid is up to $46000 as of this evening. Looks to be one awesome car.
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46K with 3 days left. This one might go the distance!

The comments are fun to read. It sounds like there is a lot of appreciation for this car. I can tell you it always got lots of attention at every show I took it to.

One question thought - Reeves chimed in and (in answer to one of the questions) said the ET duct was painted to match on Aerobody cars. Anybody know if that is right?

I'm just curious because I painted that duct. When I got this car the duct was cracked from over-tightening the clamp, so I got a new one (from Callaway4Fun, IIRC). I painted it yellow because the duct on the Speedster was body color and I liked the matching splash of color under the hood. But the original one was black, I'm certain.
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46K with 3 days left. This one might go the distance!

The comments are fun to read. It sounds like there is a lot of appreciation for this car. I can tell you it always got lots of attention at every show I took it to.

One question thought - Reeves chimed in and (in answer to one of the questions) said the ET duct was painted to match on Aerobody cars. Anybody know if that is right?

I'm just curious because I painted that duct. When I got this car the duct was cracked from over-tightening the clamp, so I got a new one (from Callaway4Fun, IIRC). I painted it yellow because the duct on the Speedster was body color and I liked the matching splash of color under the hood. But the original one was black, I'm certain.
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jonstr wrote: Mon Dec 20, 2021 10:38 am 46K with 3 days left. This one might go the distance!

The comments are fun to read. It sounds like there is a lot of appreciation for this car. I can tell you it always got lots of attention at every show I took it to.

One question thought - Reeves chimed in and (in answer to one of the questions) said the ET duct was painted to match on Aerobody cars. Anybody know if that is right?

I'm just curious because I painted that duct. When I got this car the duct was cracked from over-tightening the clamp, so I got a new one (from Callaway4Fun, IIRC). I painted it yellow because the duct on the Speedster was body color and I liked the matching splash of color under the hood. But the original one was black, I'm certain.
I have seen several 91s that don't have the ET duct painted.
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