Gateway Classic Cars of Denver is proud to present this 1999
Chevrolet Corvette! Fifth generation Corvettes are set in stone as
a famous generation - while there may be some holdouts we have a
case to make here.The GM LS engine family has built upon the
decades long legacy General Motors has with the small-block V8.
Compounding that legacy with the performance and reliability of the
LS engines it's no surprise the value on fifth-generation Corvettes
has already started to increase.Introduced in 1997 the fifth
generation was YET AGAIN a huge departure from previous
generations. The C4 introduced almost all new parts from the 3rd
generation and the C5 was no exception to that. Coming with the
redesigned chassis and suspension was a new powerplant. The LS1.
Retired in the National Corvette Museum sits a 773,000 mile
Corvette with stock internals!This Corvette is sporting only 35268
miles and is just getting broke in! These engines are easily
maintained, the engineering behind the rest of the car is top
notch.Some options include power steering, power brakes, active
traction control, and many many more. Car prices are still only
going in one direction! This is your chance to hop into a C5 and
hit the open road in your new 1999 Chevrolet Corvette.
1999 Chevrolet Corvette
Exterior Color:Magnetic Red Metallic W/ Tint Coat
Interior Color:Light Oak Leather trimmed
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