Fixing this will take a tad more than just some buffing.
Dealer allocation for the new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray this past year was extremely limited. Yet that didn't stop many Vette enthusiasts from paying premium markups in order to get their hands on one. Having a first year edition may have its benefits, but what about a used 2013 Corvette Stingray? Surely it wouldn't have all that much wear and tear after just a few months on the road. Then again, perhaps not.
This C7 Stingray Premiere Edition has been marked down from $76,000 to $67,900. Sounds good, but what's the catch? It was driven through a car showroom window. The car didn't suffer enough damage to be declared totaled, and it comes with a clean title. However, the buyer will have to deal with getting the Vette's crunched nose and damaged windshield fixed up. Other than those issues, no other areas of damage are mentioned. There's also just 167 miles on the odometer. Anyone interested better act fast because there's already a sale pending. The car is located at 74 Auto LLC in Cape Girardeau, Missouri.