Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 2003 50th
Anniversary Chevrolet Corvette convertible. The Corvette is as
American as apple pie. With over 60 years of production and eight
design changes the Corvette has withstood the test of time. In 1953
the first Corvette rolled off the assembly line becoming the most
popular sports car in history. The excitement continues as the
first mid-engine Corvette rolled of the assembly line in 2020.This
2003 Chevrolet Corvette convertible was NCRS-400+ Master Judge
inspected in February 2021 and determined to be 97.9% original.
Beautifully painted in 50th anniversary red with a beige leather
interior and cloth convertible top. Adorned with a set of factory
gold five spoke alloys and 50th anniversary badging. Under the hood
is a General Motors 350 V-8 attached to a four-speed automatic
transmission. Comfort features include air conditioning,
Am/FM/cassette radio, cruise control, tilt wheel, power windows,
power locks, power mirrors, power seats, anti-theft system,
anti-lock power brakes, power steering, traction control, Posi
traction and much more. The Corvette will always hold the title as
America's sports car. The 2003 50th Anniversary Edition Chevrolet
Corvette convertible is without a doubt one of the most attractive
trim packages to come off the General Motors assembly line to date.
2003 Chevrolet Corvette
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