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Mek
Mek
Leander, Texas
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Classic Muscle
The Chevrolet Corvette is an American Icon. I always wanted one when I was a kid. When I graduated college I finally got one. It was in 1992. I bought it new. I still have it (2016) and it only has 80,000 miles on it. It has the OLD LT1 engine in it. It has the Chevy LS motor which is entirely different than the new 2015 LT motors in Corvettes. It was not America's favorite body style. In the mid 80’s Chevy changed to this body style and changed it again around 1997. The first cars of this body style were WAY under powered. That was the “Port Tuned Injection” motors. They only had around 200 hp and 200 ft. lbs. of torque. The 1992 had a fairly good 300 HP, but an AWESOME 400 ft. lbs. of torque. Torque is what sets you back in the seat, not HP. The car performs very well. It drives like it's on rails because it is so wide and low. The performance of this car is exceptional. The interior of this car is like a fighter jet cockpit. Despite the plain exterior, the car lives up to the Corvette name as far as performance and luxury goes. You can really get a good deal on these cars right now as they are not people's favorite.
Greenville, North Carolina
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The great Corvette Z06.
The Chevrolet Corvette has never been better. The front engine, rear wheel driven all-American sports car is one of the sweetest handling machines this side of supercar territory. But above the lowly Stingray and underpowered Grand Sport, the Z06 begs the question, what separates sports cars from supercars? Co-developed with the C7.R racecar, it shouldn’t surprise us that this has genuine pedigree. Available in standard form or with a Z07 handling package, this is the one ‘Vette to rule them all, particularly if your addiction is for chewing tires and spitting out rapid lap times around a race track.

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