Two Red Corvettes for Sale

Anyone looking to buy a red corvette? Because there are two for sale within a couple miles of my house. In a part of the country known more for its fascination with Subarus than sports cars, a couple of farms have red corvettes out front that are now for sale.

I think it’s a sign of the times. Especially if I add in the Saturn Sky (little yellow two seat convertable) and the BMW around the corner that are also parked out front with a for sale sign. “Sunday Drivers,” Claire likes to call them. Extra cars. My guess is the price being asked is going to make it hard to sell. I say that without knowing what the asking price is, or how much either car is worth; I just know that a lot of people are trying to sell direct to other people these days without really understanding how much value items lose. Whether it’s a used Nintendo Wii being offered for 75% of its full retail price, or office furniture that is “just as good as new” but being offered at nearly full price, it seems that a lot of people are selling used items in the hopes of getting a little cash infusion without really understanding that it takes a pretty deep discount to move used items in a regular economy, and a deeper discount when the economy is stretched thin.

I see other signs of the times that are more encouraging. Help wanted signs. Friends who were unemployed getting interviews or job offers. I think things are looking up, but for today, at least, there are a lot of cars for sale in Rockingham County, and most of them won’t be very practical when the snow starts falling.

The four wheel drive? That’s not for sale!


  1. James @ Metal Garden Shed says:

    What I wouldn’t give to have a little red corvette sat out on my drive! I’m talking literally about the car, not some sort of filthy Prince related innuendo. Definitely is a sign of the times, really reflects that luxury is something that has no room in today’s economy.

  2. HID says:

    Corvettes are my favorite cars ever. Are these two stlil for sale or not? Reply back please, thanks!

  3. James says:

    No, they’re not.

  4. Andrei says:

    We could either worry sick about when the world will end, or we can start to take care of it today and live our lives to the fullest.

  5. Well they must not have been selling them for too much if they sold!

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