Adding pizazz to cars in the name of power, performance and lavishing design seem to come naturally to Corvette engineers. With more than 40 years of expertise in developing fantastic road-going vehicles, the Corvette came back with their fifth generation. The C5 spanned out from 1997 till 2004. The hydroformed box frame was one of the main improvements that enhanced the structural shape of the car. To improve handling, the transmission was repositioned and mounted at the rear. By 2000, there were three C5 Corvettes to choose from as fastback coupé, convertible, and hardtop. In our inventory here, is an appealing example of the 2000 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible currently located at Colorado. The car is reportedly preserved to be authentic and displays 52,975 miles on its odometer. It is becoming increasingly rare to locate a C5 Corvette that is true to its factory roots inside and out. Hence, we are excited to provide you with this opportunity to acquire this stunning ‘Vette.
The captivating silver coated 2000 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible shown here takes the shape of a low, sleek track weapon waiting to be unleashed. An ultra-stiff framework with a full-length perimeter frame and tubular steel side rails is wrapped in sheet-molded compound. A lightweight balsa wood core in a sandwich composite floor lessens noise and vibration while providing outstanding strength. This ‘Vette looks best with the convertible top down, which, according to the owner, is in excellent condition. Dazzling wheels with Corvette center cups add to the silver appearance and Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 tires contribute to great amounts of road grip. Large disk brakes with Corvette brake calipers at the front keep stopping distances short. In the cabin, passengers are greeted by a dashboard with analog instruments, Theftlock radio and HVAC controls. The black interior is fitted with two comfortable bucket seats and feature Corvette floor mats. The Corvette emblem appears again on the steering wheel and on the panel amid the two seats.
Popping the front hood reveals the 5.7L V8 engine that powers this 2000 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. When new, this powertrain is said to produce 345 horsepower at 5,600 rpm, while torque measures 350 foot-pounds at 4,400 rpm. A T56 Borg-Warner rear-mounted 6-Speed manual transmission allocates power to the rear wheels.
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