Monday, October 16, 2017

Seller Submission: 2000 Chevrolet Corvette C5

Bumped back to the top of the page! The C5 generation Corvette was a huge leap forward compared to the C4 generation -- and not just because the new LS-series V8 was more powerful, or that the interior was nicer, but most importantly, the chassis was rigid and thoroughly modern. Find this 2000 Chevrolet Corvette C5 offered for $10,950 in Capitola, CA via craigslist.  Seller submission from Tim.



From the seller:
No doubt the best performing car for the money. C5, 50/50% weight, stiff, 345 HP, 23 MPG, Targa top.  I bought this for my 70th birthday present, now moving on to a Cayman.  I'm the third owner, car always in SF Bay area, delivered new there. I have all the receipts and original window sticker.


2000 Corvette C5 92,xxx miles Pewter with light interior
Automatic, Heads-up display, Memory seats

Photos here:
https://youtu.be/AiqpuMYU_H8

Owned by 72 year old retired guy, not abused. No offers, no trades, no help needed selling.

Completely stock, 3 Bay Area owners, all records, new tires , Clean AutoCheck, Perfect title, Emission passed last month

Only issue is TPMS on left rear not sending
Corvette C5 Optional Equipment
AAB Memory Drivers Seat
AG2 Power Seats
FE3 Sport Suspension
G92 Performance Axle
N37 Telescope Wheel
UV6 Heads Up Display
AQ9 Sport Leather Bucket Seats
DL8 Heated Mirrors

Chrome C6 Wheels no dings

New BF Goodridge G Force Sport Comp 2 Z rated
June 2017



5 comments:

  1. Looks really clean, and the C6 wheels look great. Good luck with the sale!

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  2. Hey, no lookers, Just lowered price to $10,950. Must go new Boxster coming my way.

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  3. Read the article in November Road and Track on the C5, Best Performance Bargain on the Market

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  4. Lot of car for the money for sure, but just can't love the autobox.

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  5. I drove several C5's before choosing the auto. The shifter is rather clunky and with that big V8 and traffic the auto in nice.

    I'm use to much better manual gear selectors. But each to his own.

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