1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 VIN # 1G1YZ23J1L5801741 (Only 67 total Original Miles) Window Sticker still on Windshield, Red Hardtop has never been removed from back of car, Red Exterior, Red Leather Interior 5.7 DOHC (32) Valve V-8 Engine, Manual Transmission, P275/40 Z-17 Good Year Eagle Independent Front Suspension, 5 Link Rear Suspension, Transverse Fiberglass Spring, Power Rack & Pinion Steering, Instruments, Convenience Features: Intermittent Wiper System Electronic Speed Control with resume feature, Air Conditioning, Side Window Defoggers, Rear Window Defogger, Power Windows, Power Door Locks, Full Center Console, Leather wrapped Sport Steering Wheel, Power Retractable Halogen Headlamps, Halogen Fog Lamps, Fiberglass Roof Panel, Remote Glass RR Hatch, Pass Key Anti Theft System, Bosch ABS Anti Lock Braking System, Power Front & Rear Disc Brakes, Dual Electric Remote Heated Outside Rear View Mirrors, ZR1 Special Performance Standard Price………………$31,979. ZR1 Package………………… 27,016. P315/35 ZR 17 Tires, rear, 17” x 9.5 Front & 17” x 11” Styled Aluminum Wheels, Special Rear Facia & Stop Lamps, Performance Molding Package, Special Side Body Panels, Selective Ride & Handling Package, Leather Adjustable Sport Seats, Low Tire Pressure Warning, Delco Bose Gold Series Music System w/CD & Casette Player, Solar Glass, Dual removable Roof Panels, P275/40-R17 Radial B/W Front Tires, Bronze Removable Roof Panel, Owners Manual, 2nd Key and Complete Original Package Included, This car has been in Climate Control Storage since New. It has a total of (67) miles.
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