First off, don't believe the TMV that edmunds shows for this car. A well kept example of any Corrado will bring close to $6k. Deals can be found, but be prepared to dump lots of money into maintenance. Look for leaking head gasket, timing chains, sunroof operation, cracked fog lights, leaking plastic coolant components, automatic seat belt operation, heater core leaking, and countless other little issues but these cars are 14 years old. Note that I do all my own maintenance and intend to keep this car until I die!! There is nothing like the "poor man's Porsche"!! You will get lots looks while driving and people asking what year it is!
I just had to let go of my Corrado G60
(supercharger, not V6) after twelve
years for me (two prior) and almost
200,000 miles. I haven't been able to
find a comparable car. My only
complaints are I sometimes lost things
under the seat and middle consol area,
it's hard to get your hand under there
and find things you drop, and there was
nowhere to put your right arm.
Otherwise, a great fun car, great on
gas if you didn't gun it all the time.
Reliable and unique.