Extremely Rare 15 Window Deluxe MicrobusRecent Full Restoration by SoCal VW Bus ExpertsFully Rebuilt and Powder Coated SuspensionTurquoise / Blue White with Como Green Deluxe Interior9 Passenger Seating12 Volt Electrical SystemHighly Detailed Show Quality FinishFully Rebuilt PowertrainRuns and Drives BeautifullyImmaculate!
3.2L V8 Producing 270hpTarga RoofBeautiful Rosso Corsa Red PaintSebbia Tan Leather InteriorAll Manuals, Books, Tools, and Service Receipts16,550 Original MilesA Complete full service just performed by a factory authorized Ferrari DealershipStarts, Runs and Drives BeautifullyAppreciating Classic Ferrari, Great Investment Piece!Concours Condition!
Less than 100 genuine 1953 Corvette's believed to surviveRestoration Correct to Factory and NCRS SpecsTop Flight Awarded by NCRSThis car has all the available factory options including a heater and signal seeking AM radioThe car bears the factory production line pencil mark of 76 on the bulkhead divider panelAll numbers matching and documented Museum / Collector QualityRuns and Drives Beautifully!
Number Matching 396ci 300hp LS-3Muncie M-22 4 Speed TransmissionOriginal Mulsanne Blue Colored CarFully Restored by Jeff Richards at Super Camaros1 of 211 Camaro SS 396 4 Speed Cars Built in 1971Exterior Paint and Body Work is BeautifulRuns and Drives Fantastic!Great Piece for any Collection
Grand Prix White exterior Crimson Red leather interior Raised hub steering wheel Limited slip differential Grand Prix white wheel centers Stone gaurd foil Lumbar support seats - L/R Alarm system Sunroof Blaupunkt radio 'reno' Painted Center Crests Only 47,040 original miles Collector quality! Recently serviced
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REAL 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7. Originally delivered to Porsche Austria in Salzburg, and then owned and operated by them until October 1974. Subsequently it was sold to the owner of Unit Pictures and stayed in his family until February 1979. Rainer Roth would purchase the car and go on to own 788 for the next 23 years. Soon after his acquisition of the car, Roth decided to restore the M472 touring car as a M471 lightweight. Porsche Austria GMBH was engaged to convert 788. They, of course, used only authentic factory parts, including the very rare sport lightweight seats, lightweight carpets and door panels, clock plug, etc. After its’ restoration Roth drove the car until November 1995, when he began to see the long-term collectability of the car and put it in storage. He finally parted with the car in 2002, and it made its’ way to the US in July of that year. The deal was brokered through the author of the definitive book on the Carrera RS, Dr. Georg Konradsheim. In 2009, Gunner Porsche Racing was engaged to do some work on 788 and ended up doing a ground-up, nut and bolt restoration. Stripped down to its’ component parts it was restored piece-by-piece using only Porsche parts. The original numbers matching engine was rebuilt and transmission serviced. All original parts were replated or refinished. The gauges were restored and the interior redone. The car was painted its’ original factory Tangerine paint, and the decision was made to keep the car in the lightweight trim it received from the factory in 1979. As with all of Gunner’s restorations, the work is meticulous, detailed, and undeniably correct. 788 is numbers matching and comes with its’ books, Certificate of Authenticity, and a very complete documentation, including restoration photographs, import documentation, ownership history and Einzelgenehmigung (Austrian registration document). The Carrera RS is one of the most revered cars in the Porsche pantheon, and is regarded as one of the finest sports cars of the 1970’s. Revealed at the 1972 Paris Auto Show, it was a factory special built to meet the homologation rules of FIA Group 4 racing. The RS (Rennsport) was almost invincible at Le Mans, Daytona and the Targa Florio, often winning outright against pure racing prototypes. It’s not often you would see the same car on the podium one day, and passing you on the open road the next. The RS is conclusive proof that one of Porsche’s greatest skills was building a car that was immensely competitive at the track and equally useable as a street car. This Carrera RS captures the impossible combination of eminent drivability, total practicality, and huge fun. Few cars have ever, or will ever, match its’ ability to dominate at the track and then take you safely back home. With careful ownership and maintenance, this car has been restored to easily last another 40 exciting years.Engine No: 6630780VIN: 9113600788Transmission No: 830700Production No: 1035641#0788 in lightweight trimPorsche Certificate of Authenticity
All Numbers Matching 255hp LT-1 350ci V84-Speed Manual TransmissionStunning Sun Flower Yellow ExteriorBlack Custom Leather Interior4-Seasons Air ConditioningPower BrakesPower SteeringPower WindowsHard and Soft TopsTilt-Telescopic Steering WheelCustom Deluxe Wheel CoversAM/FM Stereo RadioOriginal Tank StickerBloomington Gold CertifiedNCRS Top Flight AwardGold Spinner CertificateTriple Crown RegistryFull Frame-Off RestorationVery Rare 1 of 30 BuiltThis is a Stunning Blue Chip Collector!Runs, Drives and Performs Beautifully!
This is a right-rand drive Australian-Market HJ45 "Troopy" model HJ45 RV-KCQ. It is powered by an H-Diesel engine paired with a 4-speed H41 manual transmission along with K082 axles and a 2-speed transfer case with mechanical linkage. It is equipped with vintage air conditioning utilizing R-34 refrigerant. Custom full interior roll cage. It seats three in the front 60/40 bench seat and six total in the three forward-facing rear seats. It has rear barn doors with the spare tire mounted under-body in the rear. It is equipped with power drum brakes, Warn free-wheeling front hubs and full float rear axle. Other features include sliding side windows, dual fuel tanks and a 12-volt electrical system. The front doors have vent windows and all windows are factory glass. The vehicle was completely restored and is in immaculate condition. Very collectible!
LS-3 with 567HP/480lbs. of torqueFord 9” rear end with 3.70 ratioWilwood brakesRack and Pinion steeringStainless exhaustClassic instrumentsTilt steering 4L60E transmission Ridetech front and rear suspension Wilwood 6 piston fronts and 4 piston rears Vintage air OTP electric cut outs Power windows and door locks Runs and Drives as good as it looks!Modern day performance and reliability in a classic platform
Rotisserie Restored and Absolutely Flawless 312CI 4BLFactory A/CPower BrakesKelsy-Hayes Wire WheelsTan Canvas Convertible TopFord-O-Matic 3 Speed AutomaticPower SteeringFactory AM Town and Country RadioA beautiful example!
Beautifully Updated English Classic"Old English" White Exterior in Very Nice ShapeEngine Updated to BJ8 Specs 7,200 Miles AgoRuns and Drives FantasticBrand New Dennis Welch Steering Column and Box AssemblyPeriod Correct Finned Aluminum Oil Pan and Valve CoverBJ8 Suspension with Disc Brake OptionCape International Rear Suspension UpgradeOriginal Lucas Flame ThrowersNew Hi-Torque StarterRebuilt 4-Speed Transmission with OverdriveRebuilt SU CarbsNew Top, Bows, Tonneau Cover, Side Curtains and Storage BagBritish Heritage Trust CertificateUpdated 5 Lug Conversion with Panasport WheelsA fantastic no excuses car!
Numbers Matching 396CI Big Block 350HPAutomatic TransmissionFathom Green MetallicBlack Vinyl Bucket Seats with ConsoleFactory Air ConditioningPower SteeringPower Disc BrakesTilt Steering WheelAM RadioAll Numbers Matching Original DrivetrainThis is a Rare Optioned True Chevelle SS396A Beautiful Example
Ermine WhiteL79 327CI 350HP4-speed Manual TransmissionPower WindowsPositraction Rear AxleTelescopic Steering WheelGoldwall TiresNCRS Top Flight AwardA great addition to any collection!Maroon Vinyl InteriorAuxillary HardtopSoft Ray GlassTeakwood steering WheelAm/FM RadioOriginal Factory Cast Aluminum Knock-off WheelsBloomington Gold Award
Full Frame Off Restored Ultra Rare 1965 T-Bird Rust Free California Car Prior to Being RestoredBeautiful Rangoon Red ExteriorWhite Pearl Leather with Red AccentsSelect Aire Air Conditioning SystemPower Side and Vent WindowsDual 4-Way Power SeatsReclining Passenger SeatVacuum Door LocksSpeed Control SystemSports Tonneau CoverKelsey-Hayes Sport Wire WheelsVery Rare Special Ordered 427ci - Available Only With A Select Number of Ford Dealers in 1964-653-Speed Cruise-O-Matic TransmissionBelieved to be only 120 of these 427ci Thunderbirds builtOnly 6 are still known to existDon't Miss this opportunity to own this very special ThunderbirdRuns, Drives and Performs Flawlessly!
1976 MG Midget, well maintained, no rust, clean interior, top and rear plastic window in good shape, runs good, good tires, 2 brand new, flaws – gas gauge does not work and weather stripping is worn, small chip in windshield not in drivers field of view .Engine is 90.9 cu in and 56hp. Call 414-254-6782
When is the last time you saw one of these? This 1954 Ford Crestline Skyliner restomod is the result of an extensive two-year effort. Completed in June 2015, the car blends the unique style of the 1954 Skyliner with many upgrades and modern touches, so you can stand apart from the crowd at any show and also enjoy the drive there.This project started with a solid 1954 car. The body was removed from the frame and given a full acid dip. It retains its original sheetmetal throughout with only minor repair work to the lower quarters and small portions of the rockers. The frame was completely sandblasted, epoxied, and urethaned. All trim is in great condition, and all chrome parts were re-plated. A fuel cell was installed in the trunk (though the original fuel tank could be re-installed). All rubber seals were replaced. The wheels and tires are all new. There is even a new Plexiglas top.But that's just the beginning. The suspension was completely rebuilt. The front received 2-1/2" drop spindles along with power disc brakes. There is also a line lock if you want to show off. The rear is a narrowed Ford 8" using an Auburn limited slip carrier with 3.55 gears and Moser axles. The power steering uses a slick box from Isuzu that tucks in very nicely.The engine is a Ford 351 Windsor that was fully rebuilt for this vehicle. The block received an overbore and was fitted with 10:1 pistons for good pump gas performance. There is a long duration camshaft that sounds great but still has good street manners. Up top is a single plane aluminum intake manifold with an Edelbrock carburetor with electric choke. There are also Hedman headers feeding the dual exhaust. The transmission is a fully rebuilt Ford FMX automatic with a 2,600 rpm torque converter.And of course the interior was also redone. The power front seats are from a late model Buick LaSabre, and the custom upholstery looks very inviting. The dashboard was modified with a Dakota Digital speedometer and tachometer. There is also a Flaming River tilt steering column. Everything works as expected; wipers, horn, radio, heater, parking brake, dash lights, etc.There has been a tremendous amount of work done to this car (receipts and photos included). It has fewer than 200 miles since completion. Everything is sorted out and ready to go. And as a 1954 Skyliner restomod, you'll be riding in a style all your own.
Here is a wonderful example of the most desirable station wagon of all time: the Chevrolet Nomad. This rust-free car spent much of its life in New Mexico and is nicely equipped with factory options like a Power Pack V8 and power steering, along with nice upgrades including power front disc brakes and electric wipers. Combine that with the rarity of a Nomad and you’ve got a real collectible. The Nomad was the most expensive Chevrolet passenger car in 1956, topping even the Bel Air convertible. As such they made hardly 8,000 Nomads that year – a scant 0.5% of production! So yes, the Nomad is a rare car. This particular example was a late Los Angeles build and has been with its last owner for almost 25 years. It is perfectly solid underneath. The floors, frame, and rockers are all original and in amazing condition (a testament to years in the southwest). Originally a code 757 Inca Silver / Imperial Ivory car, it was repainted Matador Red / India Ivory for a brighter look. There are also matching fender skirts. The chrome and stainless are in great condition with many new or reconditioned parts throughout. Note the Coker whitewall tires with painted wheels and correct 1956 wheel covers; such a nice look on this car! But this Nomad is more than good looks. It has its original 265ci Power Pack V8 with the correct FB suffix, triangle mark heads, and Rochester 4-barrel carburetor. Nice! It also has the correct air cleaner and exhaust manifolds. There is also an original style generator with rear mounted power steering pump. The engine has been recently detailed and wears the correct red color for 1956. The Powerglide automatic transmission was just rebuilt and works perfectly. The brakes have been converted to front discs with a power booster for improved performance, while the power steering has several new components as well. The exhaust uses dual glass packs for a proper 1950’s sound. The interior is the correct code 611 Ivory vinyl with Charcoal cloth inserts. The unique Nomad headliner looks terrific with all the shiny bows. All gauges and indicator lights work properly. So do the horn, heater / defroster, turn signals, parking brake, dash lights, backup lights, and more. There is also the generous ’56 steering wheel and a great looking dashboard. Note the Kleenex box along with the aftermarket AM/FM digital radio. And the windshield wipers have been converted from the unreliable vacuum setup to a modern electric drive. With their unique styling and rarity, the tri-five Nomads continue to grow in popularity and value. And this solid turn-key car, with its exceptional overall condition and great blend of features, represents a quality example of one of Chevrolet’s finest.
Reduced! All vehicle trades considered, including classics and performance. I can assist with financing and transport as needed. Here is a very desirable fourth generation Camaro. This 6-speed Z28 convertible looks sharp and is fun to drive. It has been adult owned and is in very good condition, with just 61k miles and a spotless Autocheck report. This is a lot of car for the money. You can’t miss this Camaro with its crisp angles and factory Bright Red paint. Of course it has the Z28 package and related badging. The fog lamps, body side moldings, and subtle pinstriping are nice accents too, as is the sleek rear spoiler. The tan convertible power top is in great shape and works perfectly. I think the factory 16 x 8” cast aluminum wheels really fit this car well. It also has brand new tires and aftermarket chrome exhaust tips. The engine is the original 350ci LT1 with aluminum heads and tuned port injection. It is excellent working condition, as is the Borg-Warner 6-speed manual transmission (which no Z28 should be without). The rear axle has a limited slip differential with 3.42 gears. The FE2 suspension, steering, and brakes are all stock and unmodified. Be sure to look at the underside pictures to see how clean and solid this car is. The interior is highlighted by Light Beige leather seats which have a rich look and are in great condition except for typical wear on the left seat bolster. The car has a full set of gauges along with power windows, locks, and mirrors. Other features include cruise control, leather wrapped steering wheel, and AM/FM/CD stereo. The heat and air conditioning work properly as well. This Camaro really is a good value, especially in this price range. We’re talking about a low-mile 6-speed Z28 convertible for $11.5k. You could easily spend 2-3 times this on a new car and not have half as much fun. I think this car is the better choice.
All vehicle trades considered, including classics and performance. I can assist with financing and transport as needed. The second generation RX7 took Mazda’s unique two-seater and created a much more refined design, receiving many accolades along the way. The car has such a nice blend of angles and curves, while the convertible version adds a unique top that provides targa-style motoring or the full top-down experience. Throw in a rotary engine and 5-speed manual transmission and you have a very enjoyable driving experience. This car is in excellent condition having only 26k miles and a clean Autocheck report. It’s about as nice an example as you’ll find, looking far younger than its 27 years. The body is straight and solid without any rust or dents. The original red paint is in remarkable condition. So are the black convertible top and BBS 15” alloy wheels. The 1.3L twin rotor engine is factory rated at 160hp. Note this is the more desirable Series 5 motor used from 1989-1992. It starts right up without a cloud of smoke and has great road manners and that unique rotary sound. The 5-speed manual transmission is a great complement to the engine and adds to the fun factor. The independent rear suspension and rack and pinion steering are great upgrades from the original RX7 and what you’d expect from such a sports car. The black leather interior is also in amazing condition. I’ve seen 3-year-old interiors with more wear! The sport bucket seats make you feel like you’re part of the car. The seats also have Mazda’s unique headrest surround sound that is very effective. Everything is in good working condition including the wipers, air conditiong, and cruise control. The car also includes the original owner’s manual, targa storage bag, and convertible top boot - all in the same beautiful condition. The RX7 convertible was only produced for four years (1988-1991) so they are somewhat rare. And while you can find some low-priced examples that have been driven hard and put away wet, you won’t find many like this one. With its low miles and great condition, I think it represents a fantastic deal on a unique 2-seat sport convertible you can enjoy every day.
All vehicle trades considered, including classics and performance. I can assist with financing and transport as needed. The 1955-1957 Thunderbirds are the most identifiable of the breed. Introduced to compete with the Corvette, the “Baby Birds” offered a similar 2-seat platform but with a more upscale approach. This car nearly killed the Corvette; 1955 saw sales of over 16,000 T-birds while the Corvette plummeted to just 700. Isn’t that amazing? But enough history. This gorgeous 1955 model represents the first year of production. As such it maintains the clean, crisp lines of the original design. Still, it has a few upgrades that Ford introduced in subsequent years, such as a 12V electrical system and porthole hardtop. It has also been converted to a 4-speed manual transmission which was never available on the early Thunderbirds. Nice! This car was built at the Dearborn plant and shipped to southern California when new. It was originally Goldenrod Yellow (an interesting choice with the black and white interior) but was just repainted in Colonial White. I think it makes the car look so much more elegant, especially with the wire wheel covers. The car also had all its rubber seals replaced during painting. Note this car is a hard top only which was the standard offering in 1955; a soft top was optional equipment. The underside is solid with a few rust repairs having been made. The drivetrain consists of the factory 4-barrel 292 cubic inch engine which has been rebuilt. It now wears an Edelbrock carburetor with electric choke. The transmission has been converted to a Borg Warner T10 4-speed so you have an extra gear (and a little more fun) over the factory offerings. As mentioned, the electrical has been converted to a more conventional 12V setup. This results in much easier starting, not to mention better reliability and easier-to-find parts. The brakes have recently been redone as well. The interior is the original XA-code black and white vinyl. While it seemed to clash a bit with the original yellow exterior, it blends perfectly with the white repaint. There are a few modifications from stock such as a 3-spoke steering wheel, digital stereo, and aftermarket temperature gauge. Everything else is essentially stock. The horn, gauges, tachometer, and vacuum wipers all work properly. So do the parking brake and heater / defroster. This car has a lot going for it with all the recent work and upgrades. And while there have been many Thunderbird designs since 1955, I don’t think any of them look as sharp as the original, especially in white with a porthole top. It’s an iconic car that most everyone can identify with. Can you?
All vehicle trades considered, including classics and performance. I can assist with financing and transport as needed. There is a lot of fun to be had in this 1969 Impala Custom Coupe. This model has a more distinguished look than the standard Impala with a truncated roofline and curved rear window. It’s a wonderful design and a perfect accent to the crisp lines of the 1969 platform. Now throw in this car’s beautiful two-tone paint and Cragar wheels and things really stand out. Add a built 327ci motor and 4-speed transmission and you’ve got something a little different than the average Impala. This is a very solid car from Missouri that has not been exposed to any snow or salt. The body received a quality repaint with the lower section being done in brilliant blue while the top section received white. The paint is nicely done and a great color combination, especially with the formal roofline of the Custom Coupe. The moldings and bumpers give just the right amount of sparkle, while the 15” chrome wheels finish everything off. The engine is the original 327ci that has been rebuilt with a few performance parts. There is a larger camshaft, aluminum intake manifold, Holley 4-barrel carburetor, HEI electronic ignition, and headers. It has a very nice sound through the dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers. The transmission is a Muncie 4-speed that really adds to the driving experience; who doesn’t enjoy revving a small block through the gears? The rear end is a 10-bolt setup with a factory 4-link suspension. The car is also equipped with power steering for easy maneuvering at low speeds. The turquoise interior is very spacious and features a front bench seat. It has a nice look with woodgrain accents throughout. It appears mostly stock except for a tachometer, two underdash gauges, and a Jensen aftermarket stereo. The wipers, horn, heater/defroster, parking brake, and lights all work properly. An owner’s manual is also included. Not to be overlooked is this car’s HUGE trunk! The spare tire, which takes up so much space in other trunks, looks completely lost in this one. You will not go unnoticed in this Impala. And while it looks and sounds great, it also offers the smooth ride of GM’s big B-body platform. It makes for a super combination that still carries a reasonable price tag, especially when you look at the soaring prices of other cars from this era.
All vehicle trades considered, including classics and performance. I can assist with financing and transport as needed. Here is a very nice low mileage Corvette. This black 1995 model has only 12,633 miles on the odometer and looks fantastic. It has an automatic transmission and is nicely optioned with dual roof panels and automatic climate control. And even with so few miles you can buy it for less than half the original $40,074 sticker price. 1995 was the second last year for the C4 Corvette. Chevrolet really had the design dialed in by this year. It looks especially good in this color, accented by the 17” alloy wheels. The Goodyear Eagle F1 tires have very few miles too. The car has both its original roof panels, those being solid black and tinted acrylic. The engine is the factory 300hp LT1 motor with its aluminum heads and reverse cooling system. This Corvette also has a 4-speed electronic overdrive automatic and the optional 3.45 performance rear axle ratio. The car is very easy to drive and offers the remarkable cornering ability of the C4 platform. Traction control and cruise control are also present. The beautiful interior is finished in light gray leather. The bucket seats are very comfortable while the automatic climate control keeps things that way. The optional Delco/Bose AM/FM/CD stereo sounds great and is fully functional. Everything else works properly as well. The owners manual and original C4 top removal tool are also present along with a reproduction window sticker and build sheet. There are many inexpensive C4 Corvettes out there, but few of them approach the quality and low mileage of this example. It really is like getting into a new car. If you’re looking for an exceptional C4 Corvette then this one deserves serious consideration.
All vehicle trades considered, including classics and performance. I can assist with financing and transport as needed. Here is a nice opportunity to own a collectible Corvette on a budget. This sharp 1975 model is a great example of the Stingray, with all the curves and creases that have aged so well over the last 40+ years. It is a great driving car with 78k miles and thousands in recent maintenance. And it can’t be missed with its flamboyant look and chambered exhaust. This C3 was recently repainted in its original code 70 Orange Flame paint which looks just right on this body style. The frame is in good condition and the fiberglass does not have any cracking issues. The grille pieces, bumper pads, lenses, and moldings are all nice as well. The T-top weatherstripping was recently replaced to ensure good seals. The Rally wheels are very fitting for this car and have good tires. There is also a luggage rack along with chrome exhaust tips. This Corvette is powered by its original L48 350ci engine, while the transmission is a durable TH400 3-speed automatic. A full dual chambered exhaust was installed for that classic side pipe sound (and a little more power). Note this change eliminated the catalytic converter. The car is also equipped with power steering and power brakes. The steering was just serviced with a new control valve, rebuilt power cylinder, and idler arm. The brakes have also been serviced. In addition the rear wheel bearings were rebuilt (no small job on this model) and the car received a 4-wheel alignment. The interior is the original code 192 black leather. There are woodgrain accents on the dash, console, and door panels for a rich look. The tilt/telescoping steering wheel provides more comfortable driving and better ingress/egress. This car also has power windows and an aftermarket sound system with an auxiliary input. The heater / defroster function properly, though the factory a/c is disabled. All gauges and indicators work properly along with the horn, wipers, and parking brake. Even the key buzzer works! There are plenty of cheap mid-70’s Corvettes on the market, but so many of them have a worn-out appearance and break whenever you want to use them. This one looks fantastic and is ready for the road. And at this price level it remains an affordable classic that can drive and enjoy.
All vehicle trades considered, including classics and performance. I can assist with financing and transport as needed. The 1990 ZR1 Corvette set the world on fire. This was truly the “King Of The Hill” when introduced, and at twice the cost of a base Corvette, nothing like it had been seen previously. But aside from a monster list price ($60k in 1990), this car brought some serious performance to the C4 model, including an incredible 24-hour endurance run averaging over 175 mph. Impressive indeed, even today. This red/red example is in great condition throughout with only 25,000 miles since new. The window sticker shows a list price of $60,360 - almost $120k in today’s dollars. Standard 1990 ZR1 design cues include wider bodywork, squared off taillights, 11” rear wheels, and ZR1 badging. This Corvette has an accident-free Autocheck report and is all original except for a set of Magnaflow mufflers and brand new tires (275/40ZR17 front, 315/35R17 rear). The highlight of the ZR1 is the remarkable LT5 alloy motor. Designed in collaboration with Lotus and hand built by Mercury Marine, it is rated at 375 hp (a 50% increase over the base 1990 Corvette). The DOHC design with four valves per cylinder represented Corvette firsts. Its outstanding performance has been well documented, as has its longevity. This example’s drivetrain is free of any issues, including the 6-speed ZF transmission and 3.45:1 rear end. The interior is done in red leather – what better color with a red exterior? All the standard ZR1 features are present including dual power seats, Delco Bose Gold Series stereo, and selective ride control. Of course, there is also the valet key to switch engine power between “Normal” and “Full”. This car is also equipped with the optional electronic air conditioning. Everything works properly throughout the car. This is not only an outstanding and desirable Corvette, but it has many of the attributes for good investment potential; low miles, clean history, and all the performance benchmarks established by the ZR1. This one also includes the original ZR1 leather pouch and manuals. It all adds up to a great package for any potential ZR1 buyer.