Explore Motorcar Classics: Corvette Z06 & Beyond

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Explore Motorcar Classics
Explore Motorcar Classics

Prepare for the tale of the ‘Prince Charming’ ready to claim this ‘Snow White’ Corvette Z06 Convertible from New York’s Motorcar Classics. Who says fairy tales are too pricey?

The C8 Chevy Corvette, now a mid-engine marvel, stands ready to challenge some of the best sports and supercars worldwide. With its potent V8 engine, it upholds the tradition of low-center-of-gravity two-door models amidst a sea of high-riding SUVs and EVs.

General Motors transitioned the Corvette from a traditional front-engine RWD setup to a mid-engine one, sacrificing some affordability. The current C8 Corvette starts at $68,300, while the outgoing Camaro, starting at $31,000, lingers due to excess inventory. The Corvette Stingray Coupe begins at $77,000, with the Convertible variant at $77,000.

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Corvette Z06

Enter the 2024 Corvette E-Ray, boasting a combined 655 horsepower from its hybrid setup. Priced at $105,000, it marks a new era for Corvette. Then there’s the 2023 Corvette Z06, starting from $112,700 as a coupe and $118,795 as a Convertible, serving as a homologation model for motorsport success.

Motorcar Classics in New York lists a 2023 Z06 Convertible for $179,900, adorned in Arctic White with gloss black accents. Featuring Anrky Wheels and additional enhancements, it offers a luxurious driving experience. However, a Carfax report reveals a minor rear incident, raising questions about its condition.

Despite this, Motorcar Classics presents other Corvette options, including a 1954 Corvette for $70,000, a 1969 Corvette Custom, a 1995 Lingenfelter Corvette for $54,000, and a 2024 Stingray for $95,000. Which one captures your heart?

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