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This 2001 Chevrolet Corvette convertible really does have all the right pieces. After all, it has a factory double-white appearance, six-speed stick shift, and it's loaded with options. So to find something this well preserved and presented that's also for a value price means you're looking at a terrific deal.
A Corvette in white is always a cool idea. After all, the entire first-year run of the cars were white. Plus, the white convertible roof gives it an instant look of premium. And as you get closer, you it really lives up to this upper-class presentation. This car has averaged less than 3,400 miles annually, and the way the paint retains a terrific gloss and shine reaffirms a well-respected garage-kept life. So the whole presentation looks crisp from the flush-fitting headlights, to the doors that close with authority. And because this is America's sports car, it needs a touch of classic American brightwork. But rather than on the body, you get it with the optional polished factory alloys.
Inside, the Corvette's hard convertible boot is like a white waterfall into the gray and black interior. And this total package has a timeless contrast against the exterior. This is a fine place to spend some time as you and you passenger both get supportive bucket seats finished in leather. Plus, yours power adjusts to the ideal driver's position. You'll love the feeling from this seat as the stick shift falls perfectly for your right hand, your left one has a grippy sports steering wheel, and the full gauge package loves to do a full dance before startup. And this is great for the grand tour with plenty of features, like power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, cruise control, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes, and an AM/FM/CD stereo by Bose. Plus, the dual-zone climate control means you and your passenger individually can dial-in the ideal temperature even when the top is down.
Under the hood is proper V8 power. This LS1 fuel-injected motor is crisp, clean, and shows all signs of being original to the car. This 5.7-liter is what helped give the C5 a terrific reputation for being an all-around great driver. It has plenty of low-end torque to get up from stoplights quickly, and the 350 horsepower keeps pulling even at triple-digit speeds. And you are in full control of it all thanks to the desirable six-speed manual transmission. Plus, with four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and the fully-independent sports suspension, you know you're going to love adding to the odometer of this low-mileage Corvette.
A great look, big power, and the right features all come together on this droptop C5. So at a price like this, you know you need to hurry, can call today!
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