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1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 - $39,900 USD
St. Charles, Missouri

1805 Veterans Memorial Parkway
St. Charles, MO
63303 View Map
636-675-1828

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FOR SALE: 1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1

Interior Color:
Black

Exterior Color:
Black

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Engine Description: 5.70L V832V, Fuel Type: Gas, Cam Type: Dual Overhead Cam, Fuel Induction: FI, Valves Per Cylinder: 4, Aspiration: Normal, Compression Ratio: 11, MPG Manual City: 17, MPG Manual Highway: 26, Transmission: 6-Speed Manual, Drive Train Type: RWD, Differential Limited Slip: Rear, Wheels Rims: Alloy Rims, Clock, Tachometer, Convertible Roof: Targa Roof, Front Wipers: Intermittent, Rear Defogger, Audio System: AM/FM Cassette CD, Premium Brand: Bose, Antenna Type: Power, Drivers Power: 8-Way Power, Passenger Power: 4-Way Power, Front Seat Type: Bucket Front Seats, Upholstery: Leather, Cruise Control, Windows: Power Windows, Steering Power: Power Steering, Steering Adjustment: Tilt-Adjustable, Power Door Locks, Air Conditioning, ABS, Anti Theft System: Anti-Theft System, Fog Lights: Front Fog Lights, Turning Circle: 40.00

Description:
This Corvette is in all original condition with 27,000 miles. This beautiful car looks, rides, drives, and smells like new. The Corvette ZR-1 features a 5.7 liter mpfi DOHC 32-Valve motor and a 6-Speed manual transmission. Ride in the lap of luxury. This ZR1 has many options. Some features include Performance Ride Control, Targa-Top, and electronically adjustable bucket seats. This car is in show room condition. It has always been stored in a climate controlled garage to preserve this fast moving piece of history. I have had the joy of putting about 500 miles on this car since last spring, and loved every second of it. From 1990 to 1995 GM/Chevrolet produced the end result of one of the most radical projects ever done by the very conservative company. The LT5 ZR1 32V Dohc King of the Hill Corvette! The total number of cars from 1990-1995 were only 6939 for all the years combined, making all of them quite a rare piece of machinery. The sticker on these cars were right about $70,000 USD and went up a bit as the years went on, making it affordable to only a few. From 1990-1995, the cars were built pretty much the same, but had a couple of small changes over the years. The biggest was from the 1990 car to the 1991-1995 cars. 1990 was the only car to have the old style front end. The 1991 and newer shared much of the same look as the regular corvette... Although the ZR1 looked absolutely incredible, this was probably not a good thing as it is hard for the average person to tell the difference between the 1991 and newer ZR1 cars VS the regular corvette. This could have also helped fuel the lower sales on the car too, but the tell tale sign of a ZR1 is its extreme width in the back. You cant miss it! It is 4 wider that a regular corvette and uses the massive 315/35/17 tires on 11 wide wheels. What is not seen on a ZR1 is what is under the hood. The LT5 is an all aluminum 349CID/5.7 Liter 32 Valve piece of engineering that has yet to be matched anywhere on earth. The motors are right at 400HP with a near 7000RPM red line, but have more reliability and endurance over any high performance engine ever produced in this country to date. The ZR1 is known for its top speed endurance record, where the car went at speeds over 175MPH, non stop, for 24 hours. There are NO American cars that can do this except the ZR1 to date! The ZR1 truly is a race car on the street and has the endurance to go from coast to coast as fast as possible without breaking, if there were no speed limits. The LT5 was so radical, that GM could not even produce it their selves. It was partially designed by Lotus, but was actually hand build by the Mercury Marine Company in Stillwater Oklahoma... A totally off the wall move by GM, never again done. Though the motor has not been produced again due to its unheard of actual cost to GM, the research behind it was used in other revolutionary engines, such as the Northstar Cadillac Engine. A high HP version of the Northstar is rumored to power the Corvette one day with even more power than the LT5. It probably will not have the reliability though. The ZR1 also has some very interesting hardware. There is an oil cooling system that is larger than most cars entire cooling system. The car has a special version of the German built ZF 6 speed transmission, another radical move on GM. The car has a self adjusting suspension, known as the FX3, and even more. Although there were just a couple of minor variances, in a nutshell, all ZR1s came fully loaded, all the same way with the best of everything... CALL TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION






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