Last updated Jul 9, 2010
Ever since I was a little girl working with my Dad on his 1967 big block Corvette Roadster, I dreamed of the day when I would have my own Corvette. Then, when I was 7, we had a bad house fire, and the garage was completely destroyed... with the Corvette still inside. Back then, I wanted a car just like Dad's, but as time went by I decided that I wanted to go my own way, to get a newer car that I wouldn't be afraid to drive regularly the way it was meant to be driven. Let's face it, if I had a '67 big block Roadster, I couldn't very well drive it like a car. It would just be worth too much.
I recently heard about this car from a friend at work and went to check it out last Friday. I had driven a couple of C5 and C6 Corvettes and liked the feel of the cars, so I knew pretty much what to expect. I wasn't disappointed. I loved it.I always imagined myself with a red Vette, but black is just fine with me, thank you very much! I finally have the car I've wanted for over 15 years!
2003 50TH Anniversary Edition Chevrolet Corvette Convertible with the standard 347 c.i., 350 h.p. V-8 and optional 6 Speed transmission, black paint, black leather with a black convertible top. The original Sticker Price of the car was over $55,000. (The original Sticker was included with the car).
front: anti-lock 12.6-inch disc
rear: anti-lock 11.6-inch disc
1SB Preferred Equipment Group- (Memory Package, Electrochromic Mirrors, Power Telescoping Steering, Twilight Sentinel and Heads Up Display), Polished Aluminum Wheels, 6 Speed Manual Transmission, Performance Handling Package (Stiffer Springs and Stabilizer Bars),
Body Side Moldings
Front License Plate Holder.
Just tinted windows and a couple of aftermarket trim pieces, which may or may not stay on the car. I haven't decided yet...
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