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Saratoga at Lawrence Expressway

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2009 Chevrolet Corvette z06

condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
paint color: grey
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: coupe

2009 Corvette Z06
2LZ trim (Bose, Navigation, Heated Seats)
Cyber Gray Metallic, black leather interior
17,xxx miles

Absolutely immaculate condition, 100% garaged all its life, never seen a track, never been driven in rain. Casual weekend driver. Clear title, CA car originally sold at Stead Chev/Caddy in Walnut Creek.

If you are shopping for this car, you've probably done your homework and are aware that the LS7 engine has a valve guide issue that can lead to catastrophic failure. These engines are at risk unless this is addressed.

Proactively, I brought the car to American Heritage Performance (AHP) in Southern CA for their head package. They are widely considered among the best in the nation with LS engines/corvettes, and their OEM re-valved heads are renowned for their reliability. They basically take the heads off and refurbish them with upgraded guides, valves, springs, and lifters. They are a meticulous shop. This was a ~$6500 job that you don't have to worry about anymore. I have all receipts, and the work is still under warranty (done in Dec 2017). Some mild porting done, and a safe dyno tune yielding 496 RWHP.

Aside from that, the car has an Airraid Intake and Borla ATAK axle-back exhaust. Stock exhaust and intake come with the car.
Only a few tasteful cosmetic mods done, including Suntek CXP 30% tint, black Z06 side badges (GM), tinted corner markers and eagle eye tail lights, and satin powder coated OEM speedline wheels.

Brakes/clutch are still practically new. Fresh set of Michelin Pilot Super Sports were mounted just over a year ago and still have 75% tread.

All fluids were flushed and replaced when at AHP in December - new clutch fluid, brake fluid, transmission and diff fluid with OEM synthetics.

The car needs absolutely nothing. It is perfect inside and out, and most importantly the engine valves have been addressed. Reliable performance in a low-mileage supercar that will surely be a classic.

Sadly, I'm selling because I'm getting married in a couple months and we are planning to relocate to buy a house, so I will need to clear credit lines. I still owe on the car, so we'd transact between our banks for payoff and transfer of ownership... pretty straightforward.

No lowballs, no joyrides, and the car doesn't leave the garage if it is raining. May test drive when serious and ready to buy.

No dealer offers, no 'help' to sell, no trades. Serious only - please leave full name and number.

Thanks
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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