GR Auto Gallery is please to present this 2013 Corvette ZR1 for your consideration. This Pearl black exterior paint is in immaculate condition with front clear wrap to protect it, along with the classic black leather interior. The infamous 6.2L LS9 Supercharged motor cranks out a healthy 638hp through a 6 speed manual transmission with under 10k miles. Clear Bra wrap was also placed over the custom parts of the hood and trunk where you touch, the headlights, fenders, and mirrors for protection. This car was always kept stock and never abused stored in a garage most of its whole life. With this being a 2013 that does make it a 60th anniversary corvette which is highly desired by collectors. Please call or email us today for more information.
The ZR1 is a Corvette variant that was first reported by several print and online publications, based on rumors that General Motors was developing a production version of the Corvette above the Z06 level under the internal code name Blue Devil. The car was originally rumored to feature a supercharged LS9 engine producing more than 630hp with prices reported to exceed $130,000. The October 12, 2006 issue of AutoWeek published photos of a C6 with special auto-manufacturer-issued license plates on a Z06 with a hood bulge, widely thought to confirm the presence of a supercharger on the Blue Devil. Other names attached to the project included Corvette SS and Corvette Z07. In February 2007, a worker at a Michigan shipping company posted pictures online of a powertrain development mule that was being shipped to Germany, believed to be part of the Blue Devil program. The car had manufacturer's license plates, carbon-ceramic brakes, enlarged fender vents, a hood bulge, and an engine with a positive-displacement supercharger in the valley between the cylinder banks and a water-to-air intercooler atop it. GM began to release details on the Blue Devil project in April 2007, and revealed the ZR1 in December.
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