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Utah Corvette Collection To Auction At No Reserve

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Utah Corvette Collection To Auction At No Reserve
Utah Corvette Collection To Auction At No Reserve

Utah-based car collector John E. Linquist has assembled a fine array of 27 Corvettes, each one representing the highlights of eight generations for America’s Sports Car. Now he’s parting ways with the beloved rides during an upcoming auction, all of them crossing the block at no reserve.

A rare Lamborghini Sian is also headed to auction.

Many will try taking advantage of the unique opportunity to scoop up one of these Corvette beauties for a deal. Like Lindquist, many believe the Corvette is “the most beautiful car in the world.”

Image via Mecum Auctions
Image via Mecum Auctions

Lindquist apparently stores his Corvettes in chronological order in a private airplane hangar, making for quite the private display. The first one would be his Polo White 1953 C1, number 129 of 300 out of the first production year of the performance icon.

Another highlight is the 1962 Corvette Convertible, representing the last year of the C1. That specific car was honored with an NCRS Top Flight Award back in 2014. Fully restored, the Sateen Silver over red makes for a drop dead gorgeous presentation.