In 1988 Chevy introduce the 35th Anniversary Corvette of which this is number 1571 of 2050. The $4795 Z01 Anniversary package only came in white with black roof bow and included white leather power sport seats, white leather steering wheel, A52 sports handling package on matching white 17in wheels, electronic air conditioning, Bose stereo, glass roof panel, and special 35th Anniversary badging. With only 23k miles this vette is in showroom condition with almost no flaws and is all original. Not only does this car look new but it drives like its new also. It comes with the original window sticker and a build sheet.
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