The fifth-generation Corvette was praised for its innovative chassis and was adored by devotees. The next generation Corvette had to be exceptionally impressive in order to supersede its big brother, and that's exactly what Chevrolet concocted. Debuting in 2005, the Corvette C6 featured new bodywork, a higher level of refinement, revised suspension geometry, and more power. It delivers brutish performance capabilities while offering value, quality, style and comfort. This rather unusual 2005 Chevrolet Corvette is a customized wide-bodied example with 20,000 miles on its clock, located in California. It is a one-owner car since 2011 and has undergone a full engine rebuild 20,000 miles ago. It received an oil change on 5/6/21 and will be sold with all repairs and service records and original owner’s manual.
The 2005 Corvette is the first car to have exposed headlamps since the 1962 model. With callbacks to the C5 Corvette, It was granted a slimmed-down rear end and a longer wheelbase. Our subject Vette’ is draped in white and wears a $21,000 wide body kit. It feature tinted head lights, tinted tail lights, 4" pipes on exhaust painted black and a gloss black partial painted hood which is an imposing facet of this car. Hennessy editions include Hennessy badging, Hennessy carbon fiber front splitter and rear splitter. This 'vette rides on 19" front and 20" rear factory ZR1 Corvette wheels wrapped in recently installed Michelin tires, the rear being 305 in width. The exterior theme continues to the black-themed cabin of this car as well. It has usable room for the driver as well as the passenger and a surprisingly spacious cargo area. The windows feature high quality tint with one-piece tint on the trunk lid. Entertainment is provided by a Pioneer Audio touch screen DVD navigation system with an all-original Bose Speaker system. Our subject car also features keyless entry and comes with 3 keys and 2 fobs.
Pushing this 2005 Corvette to its limits is a 6L V8 LS2 engine mated with a 6-speed manual transmission that delivers power to the rear wheels. This engine churns out 400 horsepower at 4000rpm and 400 lb-ft of torque at 4400rpm that is able to push the C6 Corvette from 0 to 60 in just 4.5 seconds. Some of this Corvette's engine upgrades include: a new clutch, new sway chamber, K&N intake and a brand new battery. A new rear differential is also installed and stopping power is courtesy of a Brembo brake option.