Corvettes are celebrated for their heritage in every model year
because there are differences in these low-batch speed machines. So
when Chevrolet takes note of a big milestone, a car like this 2003
Chevrolet Corvette 50th Anniversary convertible was a collectible
from the moment it left Bowling Green. That's why it's terrific to
find a well-priced and loaded example that upholds the respect you
want from a truly special drop-top.
Anniversary Red Metallic is the kind of color that was specially
made just for this car. It mixes the red-blooded love for America's
sports car, and it gives it a deeper tone out of respect for
reaching the half-century mark. This one has been enjoyed a little
over the years, but you already know a car that has averaged less
than 3,200 miles annually is the one that has been on the roads far
less than those everyday commuters. So it still has that radiant
look sunshine where Corvette fans can recognize special hue from
across a parking lot. And you're just a good professional detail
away from being ready for a Corvette show. The well-respected body
panels let you see everything from the wind-formed profile, to the
little details, like the subtle crease in the hood's power bulge.
Because the paint does a great job of announcing this is a special
car, Chevy realized that there doesn't need to be any more of a
boastful announcement. So they wisely made the badging for the 50th
anniversary refined with exclusive pieces for the front and
fenders. And the champagne-colored alloy wheels are like giving a
toast to celebrate the milestone moment.
These special edition cars received a special Shale convertible
top. And if you like the way this looks against the red, then
you'll really love opening this up to the work to show off the
Shale leather interior. Just like the exterior, this goes for
subtle elegance in commemorating the golden anniversary with
special embroidery in the leather sport seats. This came from the
factory loaded with features like power seats, power windows, power
locks, keyless entry, cruise control, a head-up display (HUD),
power telescoping wheel, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bose speakers
that still plays your music loud and clear even if your running at
high speeds with the roof down. In fact, you can enjoy open-top
motoring just about any time of year thanks to the dual-zone
automatic A/C climate control.
The engine bay has the clean look of a well-maintained and
low-mileage car. This 5.7-liter fuel-injected LS1 V8 was part of a
new era in Corvette performance, and so it really is the right
powerhouse to have to celebrate the 50th anniversary. With 350
horsepower, performance is a guarantee. But you may also be
surprised at how everyday friendly this car is. That's also in part
to do with the four-speed automatic transmission that's quick for
performance kick-downs and slips into overdrive comfort with ease.
Another great feature that was part of the special edition package
was magnetic selective ride control - a technological advance that
even Ferrari eventually used. Add in power steering, four-wheel
disc brakes, and Goodyear eagle F1 tires, and this is the
collectible car that was also made for driving.
Complete with the owner's manual, this is an affordable and
desirable collector drop-top Corvette that future generations will
continue to appreciate. Call today!!!