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2004 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Commemorative Edition Z06 Commemorative Edition

Sales - Design/Build - Restoration

USD 33,900
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United States NC Charlotte 28269

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Odometer: 20703 Miles
Transmission: MAN
Convertible: NO
Advert No: 160472


From boulevard cruising to road course bruising, it’s hard to find a better all-around performer than a modern Corvette. And once Chevrolet firmly established the car as a global tour de force, it began a constant quest to achieve increasing levels of performance and desirability. A few years back, someone had the great idea of celebrating Corvette Racing’s long-fought LeMans success with a special edition Z06. And today, that creation sits as this fully-sorted Corvette Commemorative Edition, which packs superb performance in a comfortable, livable platform. If you’re in the market for a cool car that’ll hold its own at the cruise night and the stoplight, take a look at this awesome C5! One of only 2,025 Commemorative Edition Z06s ever assembled, this low-mileage Vette began life at John Jochem Chevrolet in Stuart, Florida. Here’s a detailed look at the car’s original window sticker: STANDARD EQUIPMENT * 5.7 liter LS6 V8 that utilizes Sequential Fuel Injection to create 405 horsepower * 6-speed manual transmission * Active Handling * Traction control system * 4-wheel independent suspension * 4-wheel power disc brakes * Speed sensitive power rack and pinion steering * Limited slip differential * 5-spoke, aluminum wheels * Oil life monitoring system * ---------- * Driver and front passenger airbags that are equipped with a passenger shut-off feature * 4-wheel anti-lock brakes * Remote keyless entry system * Pass Key II theft deterrent system that’s complete with a horn alarm * ---------- * Power, heated rearview mirrors * Retractable halogen headlamps * Daytime running lamps * Titanium muffler and tailpipes * ---------- * AM/FM CD player that’s complete with Bose speakers * Dual-zone, electronic air conditioning * Carpeted floor mats * Driver Information Center * Head Up Display * Cruise control that’s complete with resume * Intermittent wiper system * Leather seats * Tilting, leather-wrapped steering wheel * Power door locks * Power windows * Electric rear window defogger * Remote decklid release * Remote fuel door release OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT * Preferred Equipment Group ($4,335) * -- Memory package * -- Electrochromatic driver and rearview mirrors * -- Commemorative Edition * 3.42 axle ratio ($00) STANDARD VEHICLE PRICE: $52,185 TOTAL OPTIONS: $4,335 DESTINATION CHARGE: $800 TOTAL VEHICLE PRICE: $57,320 With less than 21K miles on its bright digital odometer, this razor-sharp coupe is a well-maintained garage queen that’s assembly line perfect in virtually every way. Its vivid LeMans Blue two-stage, which is accented with red and silver racing stripes, shows just how far GM paint technology has come from the days of multi-colored Stingrays. The car’s lightweight panels display precise fit and excellent finish under ancillary hardware that functions well and seals great. It’s very unlikely that body has ever felt anything more aggressive than a soft detailing cloth. And when that level of ownership is combined with Bowling Green’s top notch build quality, it creates one seriously capable sports car that’ll show well and absolutely blister the road! Cosmetic appeal aside, this Corvette remains a high performance neck snapper. Lift its sculpted hood and you’ll find GM’s potent Generation III small block: a forerunner to virtually all the technology still featured in Chevrolet sports cars. Utilizing aluminum construction, flat top pistons and coil-near-plug ignition, the efficient mill is conservatively rated at 405 horsepower and 400 lb./ft. of Kansas-flat torque. And despite consistently delivering track-blistering performance, it passes all emissions tests, drives like a commuter car and still pulls 26 MPG on the highway! Aesthetically, everything on this LS6, from its pristine wiring to its fresh belts and bright fuel rail covers, reflects a history of fastidious maintenance. Twist the key and the cylinders rumble to life, sending their rhythmic notes through subtle titanium exhaust. And with one tap of the throttle, the engine zings smoothly toward redline. Slide under this stiff hardtop and you’ll find a hydroformed chassis that unites a well-maintained suspension with GM’s second generation Active Handling system. Active Handling is a stability control feature which works in conjunction with the car''s anti-lock brakes and standard traction monitors to measure lateral acceleration, yaw rate and steering wheel position in hopes of preventing both under and over steer. The suspension itself consists of double A-arms up front and a transverse leaf out back. At the corners, giant, vented rotors are clamped by multi-piston calipers, which sport bright red paint under modern “CORVETTE” scripts. Like most Corvettes, this Z06 strikes a perfect balance between bone shaking firm and Lexus soft, while providing a level of grip that would be right at home under a purpose-built track car. Power flows through a proven Tremec 6-speed to snappy 3.42 gears. Spent gases are mitigated by a well-mannered, factory exhaust system. And rolling stock consists of fresh, 10-spoke blades that spin 265/40ZR17 Goodyear Eagle F1s in front of 295/35ZR18 Goodyear Eagle F1s. Take a look inside this Chevy and you’ll find an impressive leather interior that’s clean and to the point. All the car’s plastics are fresh, cohesive and exhibit none of the trademark cracking displayed by most of GM’s ‘big window’ rigs. In the dash, easy to read gauges hover over strong, dual-zone climate control and a standard Delco head unit. The power-adjustable, Corvette-branded buckets are extremely comfortable for long hauls. Below those seats, like-new carpet, which displays no thinning or staining, is protected by color-keyed floor mats. At the sides of that carpet, clean door panels flow the dash’s monochromatic color scheme through large Bose speakers. In front of the driver, a pristine factory steering wheel spins between a factory shifter and standard, tilting column. Behind the passengers, a fully carpeted trunk provides adequate room for an overnight get-away. And naturally, all the luxuries you’d expect are present and accounted for including: power windows, power door locks, cruise control, remote keyless entry and a standard theft deterrent system. The sale of this modern classic includes: * A press release introducing the car * A marketing brochure * A build sheet * The window sticker outlined above * An owner''s manual * A breakdown of the car’s VIN & options package * Some component literature * A copy of the July 2009 edition of Corvette Magazine With its killer V8, classic good looks and full roster of desirable options, there’s no question this Corvette Commemorative Edition is both an instant collectable AND a serious threat. It’s faster than pretty much anything on the road, it has excellent handling ability and it even gets good gas mileage. If you’re looking for a car that you can enjoy every chance you get, grab this unique C5 and transform your commute from boring to an absolute blast!

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