Hey Gents, i am having a bit of a moral dilemma. as some may have seen. i have recently been given a 1977 Corvette from my soon to be father in law. it is in immaculate shape and a true survivor. in an attempt to gain more information about the car, i contacted the selling dealer for more information, they unfortunately had nothing since they only keep records for 7 years. however, the sales manager was a personal friend to the original owner whom passed away in march. he got me in contact with the original owners sons. whom have now contacted me interested in obtaining the car once again. here is my dilemma. the car is a survivor and sits at 17,471 miles. i have been contacted by two collectors so far who are willing to pay full asking price for the car. (18,000) where the original owners sons are not able to spend that much.. what would you guys do in this situation? i have no true attachment to the car. my father in law has given us his blessing to sell the car(he didnt really enjoy owning it, was always too worried about it getting messed up) so no worries there. i would love to get the car reunited with the original owners but would also greatly appreciate the money from the full price sale. thanks for your opinions.