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2004 was a big year for the Corvette. Not only was the C5 ending a triumphant seven-year run as the car that brought this icon back to life, but also the 'Vette had back-to-back victories at the 24 Hours Le Mans. There was a limited run of Commemorative Edition cars to celebrate all of these accomplishments, and Corvette people know the Z06 version is the rarest and has exclusive features that make it the most desirable. So to find a 2004 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Commemorative Edition coupe that's a preserved low mileage example means you've found an instant collectible.
There is only one way to get a C5 in this beautiful code 19L Lemans Blue Metallic. It was part of the 2004 Commemorative Edition (Z16), and only 2,025 examples of Z06 coupes ever received this treatment. That's why we are so happy to see the factory paint shining nicely. It's a low-mileage car that really knows how to radiate in the sunshine. Speaking of shine, take note of the Z06 polished wheels that give these Corvettes a true hint of classic American-style chrome. Not only do these have a special center cap for the Commemorative Edition, but also there's a special badge on the hood that reminds everyone of the C5's dominance at the 24 Hours of LeMans. In fact, take some extra time looking at the hood, because it shows off an exclusive feature that will really let these cars hold its value. The Z06 was made with the lighter fixed roof coupe (FRC) body style. But the Commemorative Edition Z06s had their hoods done in a lightweight carbon fiber. They were the only ones to do it, and so they show it off with an exclusive silver and red stripe package that shows off carbon fiber weave as the dividing line.
Inside is exactly what you expect from a special Corvette - a loaded interior that's comfortable for two. Low mileage means little seat time, so everything is in top condition, right down to the leather on the terrific bucket seats. You'll never get tired of watching the gauges do their dance every time you start the engine, but the head-up display means you never have to take your eyes off the road during performance driving. But more than just track-focused, this car offers plenty of luxuries, such as dual zone climate control, power windows, power locks, keyless entry, power mirrors, power seats, cruise control, and a Bose AM/FM/CD stereo system. Because this is a modern classic, it also means modern safety features such as dual airbags and anti-lock brakes. Plus, the FRC style body has a trunk that can truly carry a weekend's worth of luggage (including your racing suit and helmet.)
The red engine covers are the unmistakable look of the LS6 motor. Chevrolet had these specially constructed to handle the big power they got out of this 5.7-liter fuel-injected V8. And you'll really love showcasing how fresh everything is from the pristine engine bay to the factory tags still on the suspension. But when you do decide to add to the ultra-low odometer, you'll be rewarded by unleashing a 405-horsepower juggernaut. And you have complete control over all the power and thunder the V8 brings thanks to the six-speed manual transmission. As a true competition machine, the Z06 also received its own suspension upgrade package to make the fully independent suspension perform at its best during high speeds. And keeping everything in control is also the rack & pinion power steering and a large four-wheel power disc brake package.
This coupe has been treated as a collectible since day one. That's why it has averaged under 950 miles over its lifetime, and it comes with both the owner's manual packet and the original window sticker. Call today!!!
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