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there was a white corvette convertible c5 with red interior on ebay last night that went for US $15.50. how rare is this color and does it come with carpeted interior?
 

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i've just never seen it in white on ebay before and it looks really nice in that color. i know there is a purple one that i like too. i know some UT models come with carpet and most dont. i just dont know which ones come with carpeting.
 
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It was a regular production back when UT was still in business so it wasn't a limited color or anything like that. I suppose it's rare now in that you can't just walk into any hobby shop and buy one. The model itself is very attractive. I set up a few of us here with one and sacrafice mine to someone who I knew would appreciate it more than me since I'm not a big Vette fan. I think bidding/buying slows down for awhile after Christmas so good time to hunt for bargains. :cheers
 
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These days I'm not sure if "RARE" is an accurate depiction of any model.

Just a few short years ago, the UT 1998 White Corvette was extremely hard to run across on eBay and when they did, they fetched a pretty nice penny. In the past month, I have seen a few show up ebay and the average price has been approximately $30.

I bought the one pictured below for $65 off ebay last year and then Tom D found one locally on clearance for $28 shortly after and shipped it for me. So "RARE" doesn't last long in this hobby.

The white/red and wht/red have always been hard to run across.

However, the yellow/blk combo is an Limited Edition version, its a 2000.

There is a Torch Red with Saddle Interior that *rareLY* shows up ebay. Its a 1998, not to be confused with the 2000 Magenta Red that is very commonly found on eBay.

Heres a picture of the white/red combo showing the carpeted interior.

 
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I don't think anyone was a fan of those wheels. I recall a lot of moaning and groaning about them from owners. But they were a step up from the wagon wheels :giggle
 
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