2004 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible with 420 Rear Wheel Horse Power!!! This Corvette is finished in a beautiful Triple Black color combo with polished wheels. It is powered by the 5.7L LS V8 mated to a 6 speed manual transmission and has a ton of performance modifications. The car was tuned by Anger Management and features an LSA cam, head work that includes all upgraded valves, valve guides, retainers, seats and seals. The intake is a LS6 Z06 with a vararam VRB2, vararam air bridge, smooth coupler and a ported throttle body. Exhause has LG Motorsports long tube headers, catless x pipe, z06 titanium axle back pipes. The transmission has a spec 3 clutch, upgraded tick slave cylinder, new flywheel and throwout bearing, The rear end gears have beem swapped out for 4.11s. Best of all the work was done only 5000 miles ago and cost the previous owner over $12,000. The car runs, sounds and drives amazing. Call us soon before it is too late.Please call Velvet Hammer Motorcars at (941) 460-3168 and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have as well as shoot additional photos or videos upon request. All information provided is to the best of our knowledge and we are not responsible for typographical errors. Please call (941) 460-3168 for a full description
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