09-22-2009, 05:49 PM #1
2004 Corvette Z06 Commemorative Edition
Its time for me to put my pride and joy up for sale. I just need something that I can tow and haul stuff with and I cant do either of those with a Corvette. I purchased this car in July of 2008 from a corvetteforum member. He was a Corvette enthusiast and took immaculate care of the car. As stated in the title the car is a 2004 Commemorative Edition Z06 #955 of 2025. The car has 43k miles on it and that will change as the car will be driven a few days a week. 85% of my driving is on the highway and the car rarely gets driven in the city. The car does have a GMPP warranty that is good until 52830 miles or 6-18-2011. This car has never been to the track or the strip! Here is a list of aftermarket parts and a brief maintenance history of the car. Price is 25.5k, Feel free to call me anytime at (31393-0629. If I dont answer leave a message with your name and number.
LG Street Series Longtube Headers. Testpipes are on the car but I have the hi flow cats as well.
Halltech Stinger Intake
LG Motorsports Tune
NGK TR55 plugs. Last changed at 35k miles
160 degree thermostat. (brand new, never installed)
Corvettes of Houston CLB installed
Tinted Windows (35%). Brand is Solar Gard
Southern Car Parts Storage Tray
Southern Car Parts Partition
Z06 405hp Exhaust Plate
GM Cargo net in trunk
Corvette SS inserts in rear bumber
Elite Engineering jacking pucks (5 total, thought I lost one and ordered a replacement only to find the one I thought I lost)
MSI 5 piece Smoothie Cover Kit painted Lemans Blue
Covercraft Car Cover
Differential cover/gasket was replaced at 8900 miles. Common C5 problem.
Passenger window motor replaced at 21500 miles. Common C5 problem
Oil was always changed with Mobil 1 every change.
Air filter has always been cleaned and re oiled every 2 oil changes
Tires were replaced at 22000 miles with Firestone Wide Ovals. Tires have half tread left.
Tranny and diff fluid were changed at 30k miles with Royal Purple fluids
Front brake pads were changed at 35k miles. Stock pads still had half of life left but put out to much dust for my liking. Changed with AC Delco ceramics. Still have the stock pads.
Im sure im forgetting a few things and I will update the post if thats the case. Here some pics.
Last edited by use2vtec; 09-26-2009 at 12:27 PM.
09-23-2009, 07:27 AM #2
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what a shame you drive on the wrong side of the road and the wrong side of the car ...or else i would be real tempted.
cars are so cheap in the USA, a vette like that here would be 50k +
09-23-2009, 08:16 AM #3
I came *this close* to buying one of those. It's a real nice ride and a good price. Good luck!
09-23-2009, 09:29 AM #4
Yeah. I really do love this car I sold my truck and my ski last summer to go get it. While I do love my car I do miss my ski. So as soon as this sells ill be hunting for a truck and a ski again, lol. Thanks for the kind words guys!! Im pretty sure it will be sold before spring aka next riding season .
09-26-2009, 12:27 PM #5
09-29-2009, 09:13 AM #6
10-04-2009, 07:31 PM #7
10-10-2009, 04:27 PM #8
SOLD . Car is gone, truck is on order, skis are next on the list .
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