I have been a collector of classic cars for 35 years. This is one of my classics from my personal collection, see others at, WWW.GCCC.US GM brought back from the dead performance vehicles with the ZR1. Remember the 80-90's most cars had maybe 200 HP. They rolled this baby off the assembly line and the old horsepower days lived once again.An aftermarket exhaust system gives it a little more rumble than factory, but certainly not offensive. Everything works exactly as it should with one minor exception, the drivers power window switch. It lowers but it won't bring go back up so you just have to reach over and use the passenger side switch. New paint in original factory color, base coat-clear coat in 2014. Ice cold A/C Bose sound system, tinted glass T-Tops. The interior is near perfect with normal wear on the drivers seat back from entering.
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