VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
This Z51 convertible Corvette was bought new from the dealership and then sent to Calloway's performance shop to add their supercharged package onto the car. The car is in excellent condition with just under 21,300 original miles. From many different option kits, this one has about $20,000 in options added.
EXTERIOR: It's painted in the velocity yellow tint. The color is still bright and shiny. There are a couple small rock chips I noticed including a small stone chip on the door and back passenger side rear of the car. It has Callaway badging on the rear of the car and rear quarters. Front and rear wheels are upgraded 19" Callaway wheels wrapped in a very nice Goodyear eagle F1 performance tire. This also features clear bra protection on the front end of the car and both mirrors. The hood is a custom cowl Callaway hood making sure it clears the supercharger. The black power convertible soft top is in excellent shape.
INTERIOR: Finished in black with black leather seats. Part of the Callaway package for the interior is Callaway door sills, Callaway stitched floor mats and a Calloway numbered badge on the center console. This car does have the preferred equipment group on it. That was a $3,400 package from the factory. It has head up display, driver memory seats, heated seats, AM/FM stereo, six disc cd changer, power telescoping and tilt steering wheel, and power convertible top that was a $2000 additional upgrade!
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: under the hood you'll find the upgraded roots style supercharger on top of the LS2 engine pushing 560 HP! Another upgrade from Callaway was getting the polished housing done on the supercharger. That was a $2,000 option. It is in fantastic shape. It's dressed up with Callaway intake and engine covers. Part of the package you get from Callaway was an upgraded fuel system, spark plug tubes, different injectors, and different fuel rails. The engine bay is in excellent condition overall. The engine is mated to a 6-speed auto with paddle shift option transmission
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Inside the trunk, the carpeting is nice and new. We have all the literature from Calloway, the original window sticker of the car, instructions for installation and care of the supercharger, and the Callaway window sticker showing $20,000 in added options. There's some more Callaway literature in there and a certificate of authenticity in a nice binder with a laminated sign by Reeves which identifies the car by VIN, model, body style, and color.
UNDERSIDE: Underneath presents itself very nicely. It does have the Z51 performance suspension and handling package on it. You get the Z51 upgraded brakes. They are bigger front disc brakes and rear brakes with drilled performance rotors. This also has the Z51 shocks, springs, sway bars, and end links; the exhaust was replaced with the Callaway DD stainless exhaust.
A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle. Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video that explains the car's condition in detail. **These cars are displayed in a museum. If interested in a particular car make an appointment with a salesman to see that car. Without an appointment there is an admission fee to enter the showroom. If you buy a car, your admission will be refunded and you will be given a 1 year membership.
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