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1993 Red 40th Anniversary Corvette Coupe. Has the LT1 engine with the manual 6 speed. Approximately 69,800 Miles. I have had the car for about two years and have done some work to it. It has a clean Carfax and a current PA Inspection. I have the clean PA Title in hand. I would rate the car 9/10 mechanically, 7/10 for both the exterior and interior condition.  Fair share of scuffs on the exterior paint but no body damage.

Work done to the car since I purchased from a dealer in the Spring of 2022

- Short Throw Shifter
- Replacement OEM blue tint T-Top, Crystal Clear ($1,300)
- Replacement New Front and Rear Corvette Emblems
- Replacement New Center Console Trim
- Replacement Power Seat Track – Drivers Side
- Replacement Sun Visors – Both Sides
- Replacement Weather Stripping
- Chrome Cat Back Exhaust
- Replacement Water Pump
- 4 x Kicker Component Speakers
- 1 X Sony Head Unit

The Good
    The car is a solid driver’s car. No mechanical issues. I’ve put about 5,000 miles on the car in the last two years and have only had the car fail on me once. A Coolant hose ruptured which I replaced. The tires still have plenty of tread on them. The previous owner replaced the Bose head unit with an older replacement unit. I have replaced this with a Sony Headunit and Kicker Component speakers all around. I’ve retrofitted the 6.5 Inch components to fit in the old Bose speaker housings all around and removed the old BOSE amplifiers. 

The Bad
      The center console fitment is a little bit lacking. I’ve replaced all the original center console trim with aftermarket, but I find the fit to be less than Steller. There is a little play in the replacement seat track for the drives seat. You can notice it when you stand on the throttle.  Occasionally the check engine light will come on and go away on long highway drives. Seems to just be a nuisance caution.  The windows weep a little water if you take it through a carwash, doesn't seem to be an issue otherwise.  The AC Blower is hit or miss. Sometimes it will not blow on anything other than the lowest setting. The trunk release on the driver side door doesn't work. The car battery used to die regularly before I removed the old BOSE amplifiers in the car. I installed a quick disconnect on the battery to preclude it dying when the car sits. Does not seem to be an issue in the last month after I did some troubleshooting. The new head unit will on occasion remain on after the car is shut odd (Because of the 12 V accy lead I used for the head unit). You have to shut the head unit off manually,  

Car is located in Southern Chester County, PA. $8,500 OBO.
E-Mail - JoePitts1776@Gmail.com



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