STATUS: For sale by owner (Via The Fuel House)
Virtually showroom new!
With only 9,297 miles on the clock and not a single modification, this car is ready to be driven! Plus, with springtime rolling around the corner and the Targa top ready to come off, it really doesn't get better than this.
Even though this car is 100% as she came from Chevrolet, we LOVE to modify things. And you as the new owner is looking for the power and sounds of a supercharger…well then, we can have that arranged to be installed before we drop it off at your door.
So there you have it, you can snag it as she sits 100% stock, or you can buy the car and have us here at The Fuel House modify it to your liking...all without hassle. To see the images in even higher resolution, please visit our website. Also,if you have any questions at all you can drop us a message or a call, thanks for looking! ~ TFH
6.2L LT-1 Engine
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