Everyone has been waiting for the first C7 Stingray Convertible to roll off the lines, and now that it has, it has Corvette enthusiasts reeling. The first production convertible sold for a cool one million at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Palm Beach.
Barrett-Jackson is known for it's world-class auctions, and people buying there expect to pay top dollar for the cars offered. Guy Algar comments, "The final bid on the 2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible shows that the American sportscar market is poised to deliver." Power and good looks finally come together once again to tempt even the most cautious of enthusiasts to make the leap.