1998 Corvette Indy pace car convertible. historic one year only
paint sceme for the 1998
The 1998 Chevrolet Corvette Indianapolis Pace Car convertible is
one of the limited-edition factory replicas of the Indy 500 cars
that marked the beginning of the C5 generation.
Other than the light bar and special safety equipment, the pace car
replicas were not very different from the actual pace cars seen on
the track in the 1998 running of the Indiana classic. The
345-horsepower LS1 V8 provided plenty of power for leading the Indy
race cars, and the wild graphics package made the Corvettes easily
spotted on the big oval, just as the replicas are on the
"Only 1,163 Indianapolis Pace Cars were built in 1998 sporting
purple paint with bright yellow graphics and wheels," "The C5
convertible made its debut in 1998 and Corvette was chosen as the
pace car for the 1998 Indianapolis 500.
"The graphics all over this '98 Pace car are amazing, they look
great. Under the graphic-covered hood is an LS1 and automatic
The 1998 version had the most elaborate and colorful design of the
Corvettes pace cars, the purple paint set off by yellow details and
checkered-flag motif, and standing on a set of bright-yellow spoke
wheels. Definitely not the car for anyone trying to maintain a low
Corvette is in "true time capsule" condition, the seller says, with
a sparkling finish and clean interior. The car looks like new in
the gallery of photos
Please call us 7 daya. week at 941-355-1955 for a personal video or
We can ship this Corvette world wide door to door no problem and we
can finace this car to 94 months.
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