It’s the end of an era – Thursday, November 14 was the last day of production for the C7 Corvette. The final car, a Z06, rolled off the end of the assembly line at approximately 3:10pm. The car was purchased at Barrett Jackson for $2.7 million by Dan Snyder.
But the 2nd to last car? That Corvette will call the National Corvette Museum home. The car is the last Stingray to be built and was purchased by Museum Lifetime Member and supporter Ivan Schrodt. Ivan will take delivery of the Corvette next Wednesday, November 20 at 2pm CT, and will then hand the keys over to the Museum in a ceremony on Corvette Boulevard. The public is invited to participate in the festivities.
Check out the final production stats for the 2019 model year.