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noPTSDforMePlease 1 point ago +2 / -1

Corvettes are not rare nor unique. The Corvette is literally chevy making an affordable sports car for the every man.

If it was any other car, your theory would make sense, but not a Corvette.

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gummibarenaked 3 points ago +3 / -0

Please. You haven't done your homework. Go back and review the production notes. Don't confuse the coupe first sales date for the convertible. When Biden took delivery on his 2014 Corvette Stingray convertible that year/model wasn't even yet for sale in the US. Go look up the first media pictures of it being delivered. It would have absolutely had to have been imported. You can call up freight forwarders if you need to know the cost of importing such a vehicle. With a 10% profit to Mecum Auctions for the transaction, the numbers line up almost perfectly to what SenecaRosemont paid.

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noPTSDforMePlease 1 point ago +1 / -0

Imported?

Dude you obviously don't know shit. The Corvette production plant is and always has been located in Kentucky.

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gummibarenaked 1 point ago +1 / -0

The first Corvette production plant was in Flint, Michigan in the 50s. But, it's not interesting for me to argue the history of the Corvette. Respectfully, you're missing the point.

If one set out to deliberately obfuscate the financial origins when spending the proceeds of a crime, it's common to source the asset from outside of the US and have it imported.

You probably know a few things about Corvettes. That is good. It doesn't seem that financial laundering and white-collar crime are your forte. I stand by my intuition which always served me well during my career.

Let's just leave it at that. I wish you well.