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Everything to Know About the Final Chevrolet Corvette C7 Model Up for Auction

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The final production model of the Chevrolet Corvette C7 is up for auction next month, prior to the official reveal of the next-generation Corvette C8

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Later this summer, Chevrolet will bid farewell to the current generation of Corvette models to usher in the Corvette C8 vehicle. In fact, production of the preceding Corvette C7 is already in the process of coming to an end.

If you wanted to buy the very last Corvette C7 production model, then you’re in luck. Barrett-Jackson is set to auction off this Corvette at its Northeast 2019 Auction next month. Barrett-Jackson and Chevrolet have now revealed more details about the final production Corvette C7.

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First and foremost, the Corvette C7 in question is a Z06 coupe 3LZ model, complete with a Z07 package. Its exterior is black, while its interior features an Adrenaline Red hue.

The final Corvette C7 also come equipped with a seven-speed manual transmission, perfect for performance purists. Those performance drivers can also keep tabs on how they perform at the track with the standard Cosworth-developed Performance Data Recorder.

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All proceeds from the auction will go toward helping the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation and Building for America’s Bravest organizations. The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation supports first responders and service members. Building for America’s Bravest is an offshoot of the Stephen Siller Foundation that helps build smart homes for veterans and first responders.

The Barrett-Jackson Northeast Auction will take place between June 26 and June 29. Meanwhile, the next generation of the Chevrolet Corvette is set to be officially unveiled in Anaheim on July 18. If you’d like to participate in either of these legendary Corvette events, you might want to start making plans now.

News Source: Barret-Jackson Auctions