Motoexotica Classic Cars
2340 Cassens Dr.
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis, MO
2000 Chevrolet Corvette Lingenfelter Convertible oOne of only 13,479 'Vette convertibles made in 2000 o52,833 actual miles oATI ProCharger Supercharger 5.7L LS1 V-8 engine with sequential fuel injection and multiple mods (see below) that puts down 600 horsepower! oBorg-Warner T-56 six-speed manual transmission with B&M Ripper Shifter, Z06 clutch and 3.73 gearing plus limited-slip differential oCar has been lowered nearly two inches oMagnetic Red II Metallic exterior (code 86U) with red/black interior, light oak trim and Grenadine power-folding canvas top oAir-conditioning, speed-sensitive power steering, power four-wheel disc brakes; power windows, power locks, power seats with memory; power sideview mirrors; cruise control; oDual front airbags, traction control and anti-lock brakes oChrome roll bars oHead-up display (HUD) oPASS-Key II theft deterrent system oDocumentation includes original window sticker, various performance brochures, receipts and other assorted documents oClean CarFax By the turn of the Millennium, America's Only Sports Car was a few years removed from its long-lived C4 self and into the fifth generation. For Chevy, Corvette and other collectors who have been on the lookout for one of the specialty Corvettes, we might have just what you want in this 2000 Corvette Lingenfelter Convertible. This custom Corvette is consigned by a local client who has kept the car garaged for the past 13 years and only has 52,833 axtual miles with a clean CarFax. Like all Corvettes since mid-1981, this Corvette was made at GM's Bowling Green, Kentucky factory. It left the factory with the following options - polished aluminum wheels; adjustable sport bucket seats with leather-trimmed seating surfaces; Delco-Bose AM/FM stereo with 12-disc compact disc changer; Active Handling system; Head-up Display; Dual-zone electronic air-conditioning; power telescoping and manual tilt steering column; six-way power passenger seat; Memory package; fog lamps; and Twilight Sentinel. This example was shipped to Woodfield Chevrolet in Schaumburg, Illinois, a Chicago suburb. Finished in Magnetic Red II Metallic Tint Coat, the car's paint and trim are in overall very good order. The bodywork is straight and solid, the engine bay is extremely tidy, the Super Starter battery looks new, the cargo area behind the seats is neat and tidy and the body-colored bumpers are in excellent shape. Only 2,941 examples, or 8.7 percent of the 2000 run came painted in Magnetic Red II. This car rolls on Hankook radials, 245/45ZR17 in front and 275/40ZR18 in back. Each tire is mounted on a factory polished aluminum wheel. The tires all have good tread and the wheels look great. The car's Baer Eradispeed racing brake rotors have been cross drilled and slotted for better heat dissipation along with rear brake cooling ducts. Bilstein Sport shock absorbers keep the ride taut and smooth. Under the forward-hinged carbon fiber hood is a 5.7L LS1 V-8 with some major upgrades that generates about 600 horsepower! Shortly after purchase, the original owner, Anthony S., in Arlington Heights, Illinois, bought several Lingenfelter performance parts - ported and polished cylinder heads, larger fuel injectors, larger intake and exhaust valves in October and November 2000. This car also has an ATI ProCharger supercharger, a ProCharger intercooler, B&B Triflow headers, a set of FLP long tube headers with high-flow catalytic converter and a X-pipe Corsa Indy Pace Car catback exhaust and quad tailpipes; a FLP level IV transmission with a Yank 3000 torque converter and a DTE 3.73:1 rear end with hardened output shaft; LS6 intake manifold; LS6 valve springs; MSD Ignition; Racetronix fuel pump with 42 lb/hr injectors; Motor City Mold carbon fiber hood; lots of chrome and painted pieces under the hood. A Borg-Warner T-56 six-speed manual transmission, Z06 clutch and a limited-slip differential back this engine. Driver convenience and safety features include electronic climate control with dual zones, speed-sensitive power rack-and-pinion steering, power four-wheel disc brakes with anti-lock, traction control, dual front airbags, cruise control, power telescoping and manual tilt steering column, power bucket seats with memory settings, power windows, power locks and power and heated sideview mirrors. Remote decklid and fuel filler door releases. Red and black bucket seats are in overall great condition while the carpeting is in good, original order. The leather-wrapped steering wheel, instrument panel and inner door panels are all in very good shape. The center console and console-mounted shift lever look good. Ancillary Autometer Cobalt boost and fuel pressure gauges are mounted in the driver's side interior A-pillar. A factory Delco-Bose AM/FM stereo with a 12-disc CD changer with an Infinity Beta 10-inch subwoofer and an Audison 250-watt amplifier. A major change from its pre
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