First saw a 40th Anniversary Ruby Red at a Corvette show. Love at first sight. Bought ours a month later w/ < 14 K miles. The car has all the options including ride control and performance axel. The performance is fantastic for an LT-1. The car is all original except for a new water pump and upgraded optispark ignition which was replaced two years ago. CD player belt was replaced this year. No other problems. It's absolutely wonderful to drive, but due to a recent serious leg injury handicap, difficult to get into and out of. It's an experience to treasure. Highly recommend the Corvette to anyone who enjoys driving. You only live once, don't deny yourself one of life's few pleasures.
Convertible. Head Turning Beauty. Performance. Great fuel economy for the power. Comfortable ride. Easy access to features. Luggage Rack for traveling. Chick magnet for the single guy. Motorhead magnet for the single girl. Fun! Fun! Fun!
Limited interior storage for traveling. High sills make it difficult for entry and exit for older folks like me.
I would like to meet the moron who
designed the engine layout for this
car. They placed the water pump over
the solid state controls for the
engine. If the $700 water pump goes, so
goes the $1000 engine electrical
controls. I have had this car for 4
weeks an have sunk $2k in the car. What
a piece of crap. I am going back to
I bought this car gently used in 1995
with 19,000 miles on it. It now has
95,000 miles and I think all I have
replaced on it is the water pump and a
belt. Of course besides normal
maintenance and tires being quite
expensive, this car has been a total
joy to own.
The power of this car is excellent, the
body lines are classic, all around
Softer leather seats. I would not
recommend anyone take their vehicle for
maintenance or otherwise to Lawrence
Marshall Chevrolet in Hempstead, Texas