Gateway Classic Cars in Denver is proud to offer this 2001
Chevrolet Corvette Z06.This Black Beauty Has a Clean Car FAX. The
Engine has been rebuilt back in 2013, with currently 13,725 miles
on the rebuild. The Six Speed Transmission has not been
rebuilt.Debuting in 2001, giving a nod to the high-performance Z06
version of the C2 Corvette of the 1960s. The Z06 uses a tuned
version of the standard LS1 engine (designated the LS6), with a
higher power output of 385 hp. Although its total output was less
than that of the previous late model ZR-1, the Z06 was much
lighter, and could out-perform the ZR-1 in every category except
top speed. It also cost substantially less than the ZR-1. The Z06
had a total curb weight of 3,118 lb. The Z06 model was only
available with the six-speed manual transmission.Chevrolet
engineered several modifications for the Z06 to put the increased
power to use, starting with the most structurally rigid
bodystyle?-?the hardtop or FRC (Fixed Roof Coupe). The new
components added to the Z06 included: uprated FE4 suspension,
larger wheels and tires, revised gearing ratios, and functional
brake cooling ducts. The Z06 is 38 lb lighter than a standard C5
hardtop due to weight-saving measures such as a titanium exhaust
system, thinner glass, lighter wheels, non-EMT tires, reduced sound
proofing, fixed rear radio aerial, and a lighter battery
2001 Chevrolet Corvette
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