07 Corvette Z06 CLONE. Has LS2, despite the fact the fuel rail covers say LS7. I chose to build a Z06 clone because LS7's have alot of problems and wanted the removable roof.
Lowered 1.5"-2", C7 Z06 wheels, Mickey Thompson ET Street Radials in back, electric exhaust cutouts with switch in armrest glovebox (loud as Hell when you want, flows thru stock quiet exhaust when you don't), ZR1 ABS spoilers and rocker panel extensions, VARARAM VR-SC1 Snake Charmer intake, Heads Up Display, carbon fiber shift knob, new AC Delco battery in April 2018, the matte black tail panel is Plasti-Dip - factory silver underneath - you peel it off if desired. There are 1 or 2 chips on the windshield that were repaired at a glass shop. Front bumper has hairline cracks, there are paint chips and scratches throughout the car from normal use. AC and heat work like new. No idiot lights except the tire pressure light that comes on every now and then because there are no TPMS sensors. The headlight tint seen in 2 pictures has been removed.
Car is stored outside of Hull, IA ZIP 51239. I live in Sioux Falls, SD 57108. The title is South Dakotan, of course in my name.
Car carries a salvage/rebuilt title from damage sustained during hurricane Harvey (Houston, TX). Car was fixed with all new GM OEM parts. GM dealerships were only allowed to ever work on it. I've put on ~3,000 trouble free miles since having it repaired.
There is a power steering leak. I'm bringing it in next week (pending snow) to have it looked at and fixed.
It's time for a new clutch. You can drive it home for sure. Might get a few thousand more miles out of this clutch, depending how you drive it. But, budget for that. My local GM dealer quoted the clutch replacement at $350 in parts and $1,250 labor. You could save some money by doing it yourself.
Only selling to buy a cuda.
I took the front splitter off for ease of truck transport or if you'll be driving it across the country. It bolts back on; I can do so if you would like.
Sold as-is, where is. Buyer responsible for setting up shipping and paying for it.
Any form of payment must clear before the car leaves my yard. I have enclosed storage for the car for up to 3 weeks after purchase.
Non-refundable deposit of $250 due within 24 hours of the auction end, otherwise I will relist it.
Thank you,Dale[hidden information]