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What kind of car is a 2005 Corvette?

What kind of car is a 2005 Corvette?

Description: Used 2005 Chevrolet Corvette with Tire Pressure Warning, Heated seats, Stability Control, Auto Climate Control, Power Driver Seat. Great Deal! Accident History: This vehicle has 1 reported accident. Number of Previous Owners: This vehicle has multiple reported owners. Usage Type: This vehicle was used by an individual.

Where was the 2005 Chevy Corvette last serviced?

Mileage: 28,235 miles Body Type: Convertible Color: Red Engine: 8 Cyl 6.0 L No accident or damage reported to CARFAX. Purchased on 05/23/05 and owned in PA until 05/20/21. Driven an estimated 1,339 miles/year. Last serviced at 21,493 miles in Elverson, PA on 05/27/21 • Vehicle serviced • Oil and filter changed.

Is there a 2004 Chevy Corvette for sale?

Graysn responded expeditiously and was kind enough to send me pictures of the car and walk around to show me the wheels and a couple of little scratches they were insignificant. I was unable to make the drive down but appreciated his willingness to show me as much as he could without viewing the car myself.

What kind of suspension does a 2005 Corvette have?

Three suspensions are available, the standard for comfort and handling, the selectable Magnetic Selective Ride Control, and the Z51 Performance package. These options let drivers choose the setup that will best suit their style of driving.

2005 Chevrolet Corvette Built by Lingenfelter Performance Engineering for the 2006 Motor Trend Shoot Out, extensively engineered, spending over $225,000 in the build. No issues, well maintained, ru…

Are there corvettes being shipped to the west coast?

Our friends at the heard about this and went to work in confirming the news. A source at GM with knowledge of Corvette shipping confirmed that the Corvette Assembly Plant is shipping cars to the West Coast by auto transport.

Is the C8 Corvette being shipped by rail?

From what we’ve heard, GM is going to stop shipping new C8 Corvettes by rail, and instead they will go directly to dealers from the Corvette Assembly Plant by Jack Cooper Transport. We are hearing that this change may only be a temporary solution due to the current long wait times for shipping by rail, so we’ll be watching this carefully.

Are there any problems with the Chevy Corvette?

Check out our Chevrolet Corvette overview to see the most problematic years, worst problems and most recently reported complaints with the Corvette.

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