1968 Chevrolet Yenko Super Camaro Auction Analysis

This Concours d’ Elegance of America award-winning Camaro was previously owned by Bill Goldberg and featured in multiple magazines, including Muscle Car Review, Hemmings Muscle Machines and Hemmings. It was also featured in the book “COPO: Camaro, Chevelle, and Nova-Chevrolet’s Ultimate Muscle Cars.” Includes the original Yenko new car invoice documents, the Bill of Sale, shipping records, dealer worksheet, vehicle registration, titles and dealer notifications. It also includes the Certificate of Authenticity by Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish and is listed in the Yenko registry. Additionally, it includes the original Vince Piggins Chevrolet shipping documentation.

Since so few ’68 Yenko Super Camaros were built (20), and far fewer survive, it’s not surprising they rarely change hands. These rare Camaros sell for a median of $465,000, but this one sold for $533,500, including buyer’s premium. Look for a detailed analysis in the August 2022 issue of Sports Car Market magazine: www.sportscarmarket.com⎘.

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Auction Analysis

Chevrolet produced 20,302 of their Camaro Z/28 street racers in 1969. They are not terribly rare, so what makes one worth much more than average today? A desirable color (Code 71 Le Mans Blue ), documented history, and a superb and accurate restoration by Mike Swedal. The April 2022 issue of Sports Car Market magazine contains my analysis of a $148,500 sale by Mecum of this 1969 Z/28, well above the median for these cars. You can visit Sports Car Market here: www.sportscarmarket.com

Our New Family Member

Only a Midwesterner would buy a Corvette in January, but we did! “Annie” is our 30,400 mile 1993 Chevrolet Corvette 40th Anniversary convertible. In 1993 we were loaned a twin to this Corvette by General Motors, for a travel story for Corvette Fever magazine. We stayed at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina, and traveled the Blue Ridge Parkway. We fell in love with this Corvette, and have wanted one ever since. We’ve been photographing and writing about other people’s Corvettes since 1989, now we finally own one. It only took 29 years, but dreams do come true! Special thanks to Burtness Chevrolet⎘ in Orfordville, Wisconsin for a wonderful buying experience. Annie was owned from 2004 to 2015 by the late John Bowditch, who was the owner of Burtness Chevrolet.