When it comes to crazy prices at car auctions, Ferrari takes the cake for classic machines. Lately though there has been a big push to put all-new cars on the auction block for charity, and the new Corvette has been setting the auction hammer alight. GM offered up the first production Corvette Stingray and Stingray Convertibles to auction where they went for $1.05 million and $1 million respectively. With the release of the new Z06, GM once again turned to a charity auction to sell the first one off the line. Again, it sold for an eye-popping $1 million dollars. Now with the topless Z06 models rolling through Bowling Green, GM decided to go four for four with auctions and sent this one to Barret-Jackson. While this latest model didn’t break the seven-figure mark that the previous three Corvettes did, this Z06 still managed to climb to $800,000 before the gavel fell.