This is a real-deal, well-documented 1991 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1.
Best of all, this 375 hp rare black beauty has averaged less than
650 miles annually, so you know it has been treated like Corvette
The C4 ZR-1 changed the Corvette landscape in a big way. It proved that there was a market for a take-no-prisoners Corvette, even at nearly double the price for a base coupe. With performance that was truly world class, the sophisticated yet bulletproof ZR-1 became an instant icon...and occasionally, you can fine one like this that's a true cherished machine. It has been enjoyed over its low-mileage lifetime, but the black paint still shines like a midnight mirror thanks to the exceptional condition of the fiberglass and careful ownership. You can see more evidence of its treasured life in the well-maintained chin spoiler, convex rear bumper, and the bright sawblade factory wheels.
The black leather interior features everything you expect in a high-end sports car. The deeply sculpted leather seats are in excellent condition, and show very little driver wear. The bright instruments are a useful combination of digital and analog. While you are most interested in the leather-wrapped steering wheel and the six-speed gearshift that perfectly falls to your right hand, there are plenty more features in this ZR-1. This includes power windows, power locks, keyless entry, cruise control, power seats, and an AM/FM/CD/cassette Bose stereo. There's a great color-matched targa top to let you decide when you want the elements to blow through the cabin, and the automatic climate control means you can do this any time of the year. Because this is a modern classic that's barely two decades old, there are also great modern safety features like the dual airbags and anti-lock brakes.
That wondrous LT5 engine is still as amazing today as it was when it debuted. The engine bay looks like a technical marvel with the special cam cover for the fuel-injected 5.7-liter 32-valve V8. These were rated at 375 hp right out of the box, and more than just powerful, the multi-valve nature made them quick in all situation. So no matter if you're getting started from a stoplight or would like to enter triple-digit speeds, this Corvette loves to pull hard. And more than just a performance motor, Chevy really made this an all-around great anytime machine. The adjustable suspension is perfect for performance driving, and it also rides well enough to make this a fantastic grand tourer on the days when you don't want it to handle like a racetrack king. Plus, the powerful four-wheel disc brakes are up to reining in this car's 180 MPH capabilities. And the wide BF Goodrich gForce tires are a great investment in properly capping off this handling package.
The sale comes complete with all the right paperwork, including the original window sticker, factory buildsheet, maintenance records, and owner's manual. So when you have all the right documentation and such tantalizingly low mileage, you see that this is a car for true enthusiasts. So if that's you, don't miss out on this total package. Call today!!!
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