Bright Red exterior, White interior. 5.7L V8 LS1 engine, 4 speed automatic transmission, Power convertible top. Low Miles. Rare interior options. Not many Red/white with white convertible tops were made. The LS1 is mechanically stock with no modifications. The 4 speed automatic transmission shifts smoothly with no slipping or jerking. The exterior paint and body are in good condition with a new top. Interior shows very little wear on the leather seats and steering wheel. The tires have many miles of life left. Some options include: keyless entry, front/rear stabilizer bars, power windows and locks, leather seats, cruise control, traction control, 4-wheel anti-lock brake system, and many more... Ask to see the Carfax!
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