Chevrolet: Corvette Lt3 on 2040-cars
Oregonia, Ohio, United States
2010 c6 corvette with LT3 and only 15,000 miles. Title is clean and clear. No accidents, drives perfect. It is a manual and comes in Torch Red. Ready to drive needs nothing. Selling as I will be moving and do not have room for it. Email with questions please. Heads up display, heated seats, and auto dimming mirrors are really nice touches. Will meet to show car for local buyers. Please email if interested i can provide a phone number. Car is very clean.
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