This Custom Corvette is simply one-of-a-kind, a real looker. This fabulous Corvette Convertible completed in December 2010 has been driven less than 1,000 miles since acquisition.
Under the hood is a new 600+ Horse Power LS3 Cammer engine package, mated to a new 5-speed Tremec transmission. The engine's distinctive and powerful rumble will have heads turning.
Not to miss are all street and performance chrome engine components including the two air filters, the alternator, air-conditioning compressor, radiator, side exhaust and more.
The custom Art Morrison/Hedges chassis with C5 and C6 suspension gives this Corvette incredible stability.
Z06 4-wheel disc brakes provide powerful stopping power for the new Z06 spider 18" and 19" wheels.
It's distinctive Viper Blue exterior paint together with the Oyster colored interior, Oyster colored Hartz cloth top, and the OEM Oyster colored hard top give this car it's unique appeal.
This car is equipped with all new electronic dash instruments, power steering, power brakes, power windows, AM/FM, power big block stinger hood, vintage heat and air.
Runs like a dream and in pristine condition! Always garaged. Lightly driven. Always maintained.
Owned by National Radio Host and USA Today Columnist, Kim Komando.
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