So here is my Corvette. I bought this from my neighbor, it is my 5th corvette. Why am I selling?? I have just outgrown the desire for a fast 2 seat car and want to go to a 4 seater.
The car is extremely nice with many quality extras. Besides a great color combination it has heads up, 6 speed, sport seats, cold air induction, skip shift, painted engine cover, short shift kit, great stereo and corsa exhause.
** I have almost all the receipts along with warrenty info on the parts.
I included some pictures
x pipe mid america
cold air mid america
corvette flag on wheel
billet shift knob
billet short shift kit
license plate paint matching covers
oil and maintenance, last month
and much more including warranty info on the parts.
I went to trade the car in today on a 500 clk and they offered me too low a number and recommended I change the tires. . So I am putting michilin performance run flats on the back, not sure about the front because they still have some life left. the buy it now reflects brand new 4 tires. .
Now in the interest of no surprises. the car was in an accident in 2012. I have the receipts from the repair work done. it was the front fender and bumper and then they replaced the wheel well. thats it!!! No suspension, shocks, engine or any structual damage. the repair was something line 3500 and most of it was paint. You absolutely can not tell. It was minor and I have the receipt. No surprises.. looks perfect.
I did also recently scuff the car in a small spot by the rear wheel. 3 small spots about 2 inches long. other then that .. perfect exterior. I have done this a long time and while the car is extremely close to perfect.. I want to list anything I can think of.
There are no swirls, no chips that I can see, it was hand polished after each ride. and it is in my garage, and it was garage kept before. I saw it for myself. It was kept 5 minutes from my home.
seats, interiror, exterior (lther then the scuff spot) bumpers, hood, panels, windows, signals, abs, breaks, oil change, tires., rims no road rash. all perfect.
There are no warning lights and no mechanical issues. top does not leak and goes up and down as it should. the car was kept garaged by all 3 owners and kept locally.
Also have a car cover. I have tons of pictures of beutiful engine compartment and cold air induction, interior etc. My phone is not uploading them now, but please ask.
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