Exactly 190 of these intense Y-Bodies rolled off Bowling Greens storied production line, and this one, showing just over 19K original miles, is one of only 53 equipped with a bright red interior. For guaranteed future value, its hard to beat the performance, looks, and rarity of Americas favorite sports car. And if youre in the market for a modern, no-excuses collector car, this Corvettes for you! Theres no ignoring this Grand Sports paint job. And for 90s-era GM to build such an insane piece, someone in management really had some guts! Fortunately, history was on their side, and they knew dyed-in-the-wool Corvette guys love their history. So, with a competition-inspired finish and one of the Corvettes most coveted nameplates on its flanks, the second generation Grand Sport solidified into one fantastic automobile. As I mentioned earlier, the Grand Sport is much more than just a fancy paint job, and nowhere is that more apparent than under this cars hood where a powerful LT4 small block is standard equipment. The final evolution of the original small block Chevy V8, it makes a respectable 330 horsepower and 340 pounds of torque, which were very impressive numbers back in 1996. The only transmission available with Chevrolets stellar LT4 was a rugged and slick-shifting ZF 6-speed manual. That gearbox is an ideal traveling companion thanks to two overdrive gears that allow the LT4 to loaf along at astoundingly high speeds and still pull down great gas mileage. 3.45 gears in the pumpkin feeding the fully independent rear end feature a limited slip that does its best to apportion the power. And finishing off the Grand Sports long list of unique features are the brilliant black 17-inch A-mold wheels that mimic the 5-spoke design found on the ZR-1. This Corvette Grand Sport is as close as we can possibly imagine to a sure thing in todays collector car world. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte for more information!
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