This 2003 Chevrolet Corvette 50th Anniversary represents a low-mileage coupe that remains quite stock to remain highly collectible. Of course, when it's also a fuel-injected V8 sports car loaded with all the best features, we know you're still going to happily add to the odometer even if you're an investor.
Anniversary Red is a single-year color that was carefully chosen. After all, Corvette arguably looks best in red, but this deeper tone makes sure that this special car gets instant distinction. This car has averaged only about 1,350 miles annually, and that means you're not looking at a commuter machine. So while you will find some signs of enjoyment, the finish has an impressive shine today, and you're always just a proper detailing away for a butter-smooth kind of appeal that turns your garage into a showroom. And the way the doors, headlights, hood, and all other body panels fit is the true sign of high respect over the years. Another place where a hint of a deeper tone adds sophistication are the wheels. The wheels have a darker and gold-like tone to celebrate this golden anniversary. And there's just a crisp/quality look to everything from the polish on the quad exhaust tips to the special 50th anniversary badge that leads the way.
This is one of the special coupes where you not only get the color-matched targa top, but also the glass top to let the sunshine in. But when you're showing this one off, you'll want no rood at all, because you're going to want to share the full package with the world. Low mileage also means little seat time, and so the interior is just as attractive as the exterior. That's especially good on the leather seats where the special 50th anniversary logo is stitched into the headrest. This came from the factory loaded with features like power seats, power windows, power locks, keyless entry, cruise control, a head-up display (HUD), a telescoping wheel, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bose speakers. And the dual-zone automatic A/C climate control means you and your passenger dial-in an individual level of comfort.
The engine bay looks just as clean and correct as the rest of the car. This 5.7-liter fuel-injected LS1 V8 was part of a new era in Corvette performance, and so it really is the right powerhouse to have to celebrate the 50th anniversary. Performance is a guarantee with 350 horsepower direct from Chevy. But you may also be surprised at how everyday friendly this car is. That's also in part to do with the four-speed automatic transmission that's quick for performance kick-downs and slips into overdrive comfort with ease. Another great feature that was part of the special edition package was magnetic selective ride control - a technological advance that even Ferrari eventually used. Add in power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and Goodyear Eagle F1 tires, and this is the collectible car that was also made for driving.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual. This is an affordable and desirable collector Corvette that has been treated with the right respect to make sure it remains a desirable future classic. Call today!!!