Now the average joe can afford a supercar. For the price of a used Honda Accord, you can purchase one of the highest-performing cars from the '90's. These cars sold for over $70,000 new (over $100,000 in today's dollars) and only 6,000 or so were made. I predict that they will skyrocket in value in 5 to 10 years.
Acceleration, speed, handling... wow! The ultimate sleeper 'Vette (not everyone knows what a ZR-1 is). The LT-5 growl.
Targa requires a tool for removal. Ingress/egress can be difficult for some. Poor seat bolster design.
Just a thrill and fun car to drive. I thought that the "muscle" cars like from the 60's would never come back. I was wrong. I bought mine with 12500 miles on it, was just broken in and ready to really go!
The LT-5 Engine (WOW) and the ZF 6 speed transmission.
The body was just too close to the "regular" Corvette. Many people could not tell that the entire rear of the ZR-1 was much wider than a "regular" Corvette.
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