This supercharged 2005 Chevrolet Corvette is an unusually striking, world class performance machine. Lightly traveled, with under 50,000 miles logged, it harbors extreme power under its hood that puts it in very select automotive company. It's the Corvette in its most extreme, optimized state - a unique blend of raw strength and advanced technology - and promises to provide a virtually unrivaled driving experience for its next owner.
This upper-echelon 'Vette wears a high impact, silver metallic shade that's accented with an aggressive SLP custom hood, wide-body kit, and a C6 billet grille up front. It's a slick paint job and a very cool, well-executed one at that. It has massive curb appeal that makes this 'Vette stand out in any automotive crowd, no matter how distinguished. The sheer electricity of the paint draws you in from far away and the silver really shows all the sharp edges as they properly convey a performance vibe. From the front, the look of the C6s distinctive front fascia, with its prominent inlet, sitting underneath the signature headlights with their silver interior casings is about as cool as it gets. Come around to the side and you'll no doubt notice the tinted side marker lights, which really pop against their silver background, as well as the functional scoops sitting just in front of the rear tires to help cool the rear brakes. There are bright red LED taillights out back, along with aggressive quad tailpipes centered inside an awesome color-matched rear diffuser that is super exotic. The sixth generation Corvette form is an absolute winner - it's pretty easy to see why the special edition model was chosen to be the pace car for both the Daytona 500 and Indianapolis 500 the year this '06 debuted. It's just a timeless design.
Climb inside and you'll be greeted by an awesome driving environment. The black leather interior is very clean, with a pair of well-contoured heated power bucket seats sitting at the center that show only very minor use as they straddle a proper center console. Over the years, Corvettes have been equipped with some of the most inspired and stylish dash areas around, and the example on display here is a great representative, featuring an instrument cluster with perfectly illuminated, clear gauges and well laid out controls, all of which are functional. Over the top sits a fresh-looking dash pad and toward the center you'll no doubt notice the prominent display for the touch screen media player, which features AM/FM/CD/Satellite capabilities, as well as navigation. There's no shortage of comfort and convenience features - heated power seats, power windows and door locks, cruise control, dual airbags, tilt wheel, A/C, and the heads-up display, probably the coolest feature of them all, affording the ability to read vital motoring functions projected onto the lower windshield.
The power on hand is exceptional, even for the lofty standards set by the Corvette's reputation. The pro-tuned 6.0L LS2 V8 under the hood was already potent in its naturally aspirated form, and this supercharged specimen takes that substantially further - churning out huge horsepower and torque. There's not enough room to list all the accolades in the space, but some of the highlights of this built motor include Trick Flow heads, an SE torque convertor, Port intake, upgraded pushrods, rocker arms, and big injectors, and LG Pro long-tube headers that feed a B&B Route 66 exhaust for an aggressive sound. The total amount of upgrades on this car add up to a cool $34k, so give us a call and we'll provide you with a full list. This otherworldly powerful engine sits in a very clean engine bay looking new while sporting a pair of LS2 factory valve covers, and is paired with a built 4-speed automatic transmission that puts the exceptional output under your full control. The C6s low aerodynamic profile combines with precise power steering to make it a world class corner carver, while substantially sized Z06 power disc brakes at all four corners bring it to a stop in a hurry. A dynamic representative of homegrown American performance, it melts the asphalt on its set of special issue staggered chrome wheels - 19” in front and 20” in back - that feature Michelin Pilot Sport performance tires.
It took over $80k to build this magnificent beast, so the asking price is incredibly reasonable in comparison. Super fast and super pretty, this impressive Corvette won't last long. Call today!