2013 Chevy Corvette 427 60th Anniversary
427 ci 505 hp LS7
6 Speed Manual Transmission
Disc Brakes All Around
427 Heritage Package
New Set of Continental Supreme Contact Sport Tires
All Power Options
Magnetic Select Ride Control
NPP Dual Exhausts
Machined Faced Gray Aluminum Wheels
1 of 2552 427 Convertibles Built
1 of 429 in Black
We are very happy to present this incredible 2013 low mileage Corvette. Currently owned by a gentleman here in our area, it came from Arizona and has just 8600 miles on the odometer, verified by the Auto Check report. Though this car shows 4 owners, it has been well taken care of. There is literally no wear on the seats or carpet. Everything works as it should, and there are no warning lights on the dash. The triple black gives this car a stunning look.
You can see the like new condition of the interior. One of the options of the 1SC package is the microfiber inserts in the leather seats. They are in excellent condition. The 2013 427 Corvette convertible is like the ZO6 in almost every way except one very important difference. The 427 convertible has a hydroformed steel frame unlike the aluminum frame of the ZO6. Another part of the 1SC package is the carbon fiber additions including under the hood. The current owner wanted to have the option to open or close the exhaust shut offs at any time. He installed a switch in the console that will open or close them whenever you want. The engine compartment is like new as well. This car runs and drives like a new car. It truly is hardly broken in at only 8600 miles.
There is a great deal to be said about these 2013 427 LS7 Corvette convertibles. You can research them all day on the internet. If you are a Corvette fan, you probably know most of the stats. It's just a matter of color, mileage, which package it has and if it catches your eye. The front valance is not scratched. It is in excellent condition. We found no stone chips on the car, and the paint is very nice. This is your chance to own a low mileage, like new Corvette, at a good price. It's a must see. If you have a chance to come and see it in person, you will be very impressed.