Additional pictures are posted on I-95 Muscle's direct website.
New for the 2005 Corvette is an all new body style coming from the
C5 and now entering the C6 family of Corvettes. This Machine Silver
Metallic has an LS2 6.0 all aluminum engine (which is 15 pounds
lighter and has 50 more horsepower than the LS1) and the 4L65E
transmission. This makes for an economy rating as high as 26 mpg.
But we all know you don't buy a Corvette for it's economy, you buy
it to go with your white New Balance shoes and your t-shirt tucked
in to your jean shorts. All kidding aside, Corvettes are great cars
for anyone, young or old. The best part of this Corvette aside from
it's beauty at first glance is that it only has 60K miles and comes
with both tops. That's right, you get the transparent Lexan roof
top right along with the Fiberglass painted to match top. So
whether you're out blending in, or want to catch some extra rays,
or just want to let your hair blow in the wind (if you have any
hair) the options are available. The interior looks very clean and
shows hardly any wear at all. Now, some people ask if we have
financing available for cars that are over 15 years old, and let me
tell you we do have financing available. Trades are also welcome
here at I-95 Muscle. Thanks for looking and schedule your
appointment to see it today.
2005 Chevrolet Corvette
Location:Hope Mills, North Carolina
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