Here is a beautiful 1996 Chevrolet Corvette LT-4 Collectors Edition
(Z15) Greenwood that is finished in Sterling Silver with a Torch
Red leather interior, riding on 17'' 5-spoke silver aluminum
wheels. Only 5412 of the Collectors Edition were known to be
produced in 1996. This Corvette always has been garage kept, never
abused, and it shows. Under the hood is a 5.7L (350) SFI V8 engine
with 330 hp and 340 ft. lbs. torque. The transmission is a 6-speed
manual. This setup will deliver 0-60 in 4.8 Seconds with a top
speed of 174 mph. You will be more confident with braking because
of the Bosch 4 wheel ABS that comes with this Corvette. Open the
door, and you will notice perforated leather sport seats that are
embellished with Collector Edition embroidery and are both 6-way
power-operated. Also included is a factory Delco/Bose Stereo system
with CD/Cassette player, power windows, and power locks. Thick loop
pile red carpeting covers the interior floor area and the rear
compartment and is in good condition. The vinyl door panels are
beautifully designed in keeping with the racy lines of the exterior
of the car. Both glass and body-colored targa tops are included.
According to its previous owner, this is absolutely the best
driving C4 Corvette you will ever drive. Here is an extraordinary
opportunity to add a rare and historically significant Corvette to
1996 Chevrolet Corvette
Location:Ham Lake, Minnesota
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