One of the most fearsome names on the streets is Lingenfelter. So
when this master house creates a twin-turbo, methanol-injection
2000 Chevrolet Corvette, you have the rare opportunity at an
affordably-priced 700 hp supercar... and it even still has the
right creature comforts, like A/C!
This coupe has the right look for an upgraded car. The Dark Bowling
Green Metallic and even darker tinted windows have a mean attitude
with a touch of sophistication. And the darkness makes for a nice
backdrop to really recognize the speedy upgrades like the
Lingenfelter rocker twin-turbo decals, upgraded exhaust tips, and
brightly polished Lingenfelter wheels. This is a true performance
machine, and you'll experience a track-ready kind of feeling when
you drive it. So while it's just a professional detail from really
delivering a show-ready style, we appreciate the sharp driver-ready
appearance of a car that has averaged only about 3,700 miles
The tan leather interior is quite distinctive against the full dark
exterior, and so it's great to take the targa top to show off the
full package. This Corvette comes loaded with cold-blowing air
conditioning, cruise control, power windows, power locks, keyless
entry, dual airbags, tilt/telescope steering column, power
steering, and a power driver's seat. There are even provisions for
an upgraded stereo system (the touchscreen radio may need
servicing, and it connects to an upgraded speaker system.) But even
with all these features, your favorite parts are all about what
keeps the Corvette such a great driver's car. And the upgraded
gauges on the A-pillar remind you there's something extra special
under the hood.
The C5 was the debut of LS-based power in the Corvette, and we now
all know how these are great powerplants that love upgrades. So
while the fuel-injected 5.7-liter LS1 made a nice 375 horsepower
from the factory, that didn't mean the fellas at Lingenfelter were
satisfied. That's why they created a twin-turbo version. It also
has a FAST intake, LPE air grabber, and an upgraded dual exhaust.
The full package is rated at 650 horsepower. And the methanol
injection system is said to get it up to a whopping 700 horsepower!
The desirable six-speed manual transmission gives you firm control
and an upgraded clutch that feels like it's built for big power.
This is backed up by the Corvette's fully independent sports
suspension, grippy sport tires, and upgraded Baer four-wheel power
This is the C5 with added power and pedigree. Rarely does a
Corvette this special come up for sale. Call today!!!