BITCOIN ACCEPTED*** 2016 Corvette Z06 Supercharged, automatic, Long
Beach Red Metallic with Jet Black Suede design package. At 650hp
this rocket ship is one of the most powerful production car ever
from General Motors and one of the most powerful production cars
available in the United States. Only 6240 miles in like new
Z06 Performance Package includes:
Z06 performance suspension Magnetic ride control Slotted brake rotors Electronic limited slip differential Satin Black wheels Satin Black hood extractor and graphic Carbon fiber (high gloss) interior trim plate Special Jet Black sueded microfiber steering wheel and shifter We welcome your questions and purchase inquiries. Please call 610 900 6097. We are open Monday to Friday 8am-5pm and Saturday 9am-12pm. Additional hours are available by appointment. Our state law prohibits Sunday operation. Our model is to honestly display the products that we present. We strive to provide our customers with a complete and accurate description of the vehicle being sold. We do not use photo shop or alter our images in any way.
For fast efficient service, the buyer is charged $90 for the cost of overnight mailing of paperwork, title transfers and 30-day temporary tags for out-of-state residents.
There are no other fees, taxes, or charges unless you live in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania residents will be charged Pennsylvania sales tax.
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