1993 Corvette Coupe - The 40th Anniversary Edition For the first time since 1958, a Corvette passed through Chevrolet''s design studio without the helping hand of William L. Mitchell. A Corvette without Bill Mitchell''s coaching? Car& Driver said it is like the Alabama Crimson Tide without Bear Bryant. Harley Earl may be credited with the introduction of the Corvette in 1953, but it was the mercurial Mr. Mitchell who made the Corvette the "big game" at GM, transforming its image as a poky little roadster to that of America''s premier high-performance sports car. This is one of 6749 40th Anniversary Edition copies produced that year. Corvette was the flagship car of General Motors Company''s Chevrolet brand. And Chevrolet celebrated Corvette''s 40th year with this special Ruby Red over a Ruby Red leather interior. Like the 25th anniversary car this one too, was realizing money way over the window sticker price. They were and still are beautiful cars to look at, enjoy and drive. Many dealers displayed these beauties on a turntable with lights shining at every direction. This is a true clamshell hood design. And look at those steamroller tires. The 1993 Corvette also marked the introduction of the Passive Keyless Entry design. This car has a neck snapping acceleration because of the legendary LT1 - 350cid - 300-hp V-8 that is mated to a 4 speed - 4L60 automatic transmission. This particular example is a numbers matching car with all original components except the tires and battery. It has documentation and all chambers have been flushed with new fluids and filters. OPTIONS & ACCESSORIES Z25 40th Anniversary Package 4 - Speed automatic overdrive transmission Electronic Air Conditioning Power Passenger & Driver leather seats Electronic Instrument Cluster Cruise Control UM6 Bose Stereo w/ CD & Cassette, Seek/Scan, Clock, ETR Radio Power Antenna Bronze-tinted roof panel This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.