1967 Corvette Convertible Inspection


Here at Cars On Line.com we see buyers and sellers from all over the world, and the Cars On Line Inspection Service has become a necessity for many car buyers. One of the things we always preach is to have an inspection done before you buy. Don’t buy sight unseen!

Here’s a good example. A collector from Las Vegas, Nevada was interested in purchasing a 1967 Corvette Convertible from Fort Myers, Florida. The buyer asked the inspector to pay close attention to certain key points during the inspection, specifically the condition of the car’s body.

In the report the inspector found hairline cracks in the fiberglass at the top rear corners of the door openings. He also reported surface rust on various underside components. During the road test, the inspector discovered some minor leaks coming from the carburetor supply line fitting, the transmission pan and the left front caliper. In the end the inspector found that the vehicle drove out well and noted that with some attention to certain areas, this could be a very nice vehicle. The inspector rated the condition of the vehicle as an average Class Three, meaning it was in overall good condition, but needed some minor work. The vehicle was appraised at $40,871. Click here to read the full report.

The Cars On Line Inspection Service has set the standard for inspections and appraisals on collector cars. The inspectors who use our inspection system use our standard report so that you get the same type of service anywhere in the United States or Canada. Our contracted inspectors are not affiliated with any sales organization. Their loyalty is to the buyer. Click here to find out more!

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