1998 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible: Indianapolis 500 Pace Car Limited Edition!
This rare and Limited Edition vehicle is a true American Classic! Only 1,163 Indianapolis 500 Pace Car Replicas were made in the world to commemorate the 82nd Indy 500 on May 24, 1998! It is a coveted spot as a manufacturer to have the latest model showcased as a Pace car in the Indianapolis 500, and in 1998, Corvette won the honors! The collectability of these series-produced Pace cars is truly significant!
This stunning car features an incredible radar blue and yellow color scheme with impressive and pristine Indy 500 graphics! This car also features yellow wheels and yellow/black leather seats with lumbar support. It has low miles with only 43,000 on the odometer, an average of about 1,900 miles per year! All Pace Cars were made as convertibles. The rear window was replaced with a vinyl window; however, the original glass window has been retained and is included with the sale.
This amazing Corvette has been maintained regularly, including oil changes with high quality, full synthetic oil. The engine is absolutely immaculate!!! The car has recently had all new tires installed…brand new! An absolutely fantastic vehicle!
This Pace car is equipped with 4-speed automatic transmission. Power comes from the Top Sequential Fuel Injected 5.7-liter V8 engine with 345 HP with a compression ratio of 10.1:1. It is fully loaded with:
With the top down, a V8 engine roaring in the background…this Pace car is a real head-turner, ensuring countless compliments on this beautiful ride!!! This Limited Edition Pace Car is a treasure that any collector or enthusiast would love to own!
Call John at (720) 253-3602 or email [email protected] with any questions.
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