Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this 2008
Chevrolet Corvette! This C6 came standard with the beloved LS3 V8
producing 430 horsepower!Sharing many parts in common with the
previous generation Corvette the C6 was allowed to grow up a bit in
the aesthetic department. The styling and body lines still look
relevant on the road today when compared to previous
generations.The Jetstream Blue exterior looks great. The headlight
lenses are beginning to show signs of cloudiness as most headlights
from this era do. There are some stylish and protective chrome
pieces on the side marker lenses and the door handle. The front
tires appear to be date coded from 2015 while the rear tires are
Michelins date coded 2020.This is a well-optioned C6 Corvette
wearing the Z51 handling package, 3LT interior package, UV6 heads
up display. The full RPO codes are available at the end of the
photo lineup. A slight tear is noticeable on the driver's seat and
photographed in the listing. The steering wheel has controls for
shifting if one desires to pick their own gears. The rear end is a
very highway friendlyThis 2008 Chevrolet Corvette is offered by the
St. Louis sales staff and can be seen in full detail on our
website. Our listing all include 100+ HD photos and a detailed
2008 Chevrolet Corvette
Exterior Color:Jetstream Blue
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