1993 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 40th Anniversary Edition. Chevrolet
only produced 448 ZR1's for 1993 of which only 245 were painted
Ruby Red Metallic such as the one we have available.
This ZR1 40th Anniversary Edition Corvette is in very good overall condition and has been with the same owner since 1993 when it was bought with only 742 miles. The Ruby Red Metallic exterior has a fantastic appearance with only minor evidence of road blemishes. The Ruby Red leather interior shows very well overall with some minor wear on the driver's side outer bolster which is typical for these sport seats. This ZR1 40th Anniversary Edition Corvette has been well maintained through the years by a true Corvette enthusiast and shop owner.
This Corvette was unfortunately hit while in a parking lot by a passing motorist in 2003 but all repairs were performed by a highly respected Corvette specialist. This ZR1 will require a new set of tires before it can be driven safely as there is cracking on the sidewalls for the tires.
Own this iconic 1993 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Anniversary Edition and join the privileged few who have had the ZR1 experience.
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