• Serviced at original selling dealer with original owner
• 2nd owned added many tasteful modifications
• No accidents, clean CarFax
2001 was the first time the, "ZO6" moniker was used since 1963.
The, "ZO6," package was made to go racing, lightweight, higher
performance upgrades, such as better brakes and stiffer suspension.
When the C5 was launched in 1999, the plan from the beginning of
the design in 1996 was to go racing with this model, hence the C5R
was born and in 2001, the ZO6 was born and in production ever
since. Before the ZO6 was born as an option, the fixed roof coupe
(FRC), was going to be a, "cheaper" entry level model, with roll up
windows, no air conditioning and stripped down. Thankfully, General
Motors didn't go that direction and introduced the ZO6 model.
This ZO6 was purchased new a McDermott Chevrolet in East Haven, CT
by the original owner in November 2000. It was fastidiously
maintained by him at the dealership. It was held by the original
owner until 2003 where it was traded into Dan Perkins Chevrolet in
Milford, CT. It was acquired by the second owner in June of 2003.
The second owner had the car maintained at the original selling
dealership, McDermott Chevrolet under his stewardship.
The second owner did tasteful mods over the past eighteen years of
ownership. He has added leather seat covers, but also includes the
original seat covers. It has larger wheels and tires with offsets
along with wider rear fenders to accommodate the 335 tires (the
original fenders are also included). Performance upgrades to the
engine are too long to list, but all of the receipts are included
with the purchase. The 2nd owner is happy to talk with the new
owner about the engine upgrades. The car runs on pump gas.
This is a great way to get into the sports car segment with a 2
owner C5 ZO6.
2001 Chevrolet Corvette
Exterior Color:Millenium Yellow
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