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This is a 1992 Corvette. 300hp LT1 engine and 6-speed/ZF6 transmission with the 3.45 "performance" rear axle. This car is in great condition, has been totally reliable for me, and runs fantastic. How fantastic? It is hands down, the fastest stock LT1 in UT. This is based on it running a 13.8 @ 100 at RMR; nearly a full second faster than most LT1 cars that I've seen run there. (keep in mind the 4500' elevation; car would go LOW 13's/105 or better at sea level). It is very healthy. Car is stock with the exception of:
*C5 brake up grade in front (13" rotors, and C5 calipers)
*DRM Brake bias spring (adds more pressure to the rear to keep the system balanced with the larger front brake upgrade)
*C5 Z06 wheels (needed to clear larger front brakes)
*Hawk HP+ pads all around
*Motul RBF 600 brake fluid
*Koni fully adjustable shocks
*RD Camber brace
*Synthetic fluids, throughout
*B&M short throw shifter
Car also has upgraded speakers (JBL), a 6 disc changer, and some brand new Lloyds, logo'd floor mats.
I'm selling due to a move. Moving to a place where there are a lot of dirt roads, and the car won't be practical...and frankly, I wouldn't even WANT to drive the car on any dirt roads. I really enjoy the car, and I really don't want to sell it. However, if you're interested, get in touch and we can arrange a look. I'm asking $9000.00 for starters.
I have not done the clutch, but the PO had it done at a chevy dealer and I have the paperwork for that. The car also had a new CCM installed by Chevy, and as I recall, that is it other than PM's. I can go through the file though, and give you a complete run down of all work done to it, if you're interested.
Checked my file. Clutch was replaced Dec '07 at 130k miles by Gus Paulos Chevrolet in Utah. At the same time, the CCM was also replaced. Other than that, all the receipts that I have are for oil changes/PM's.
Thanks! I appologize for "84cfi" -he's basically a pest who follows others around forums for no other reason than to harrass them...as he's doing here. He has no intention (or means) of buying my or anyone elses 'Vette regardless of price.
I just purchased a92 lt1 that runs 13 flat 135k miles but taken care of and by no means abused just because its seen the track.
These are great cars!
If you don't mind me asking how much did you pay for your 92 vette? Just trying to gauge what this 92 is worth. I see this one is still on the market I might be able tolow ball the price and get a good deal.
I see this one is still on the market I might be able tolow ball the price and get a good deal.
I purchased mine from a senior member on this forum and paid his asking price. I feel like I got a great deal. Condition is everything with these cars, and if it's a Vette guy that took care of the car, I would never try to lowball the seller.
Your car will sell but you just have to find the right buyer and situation.
I will put an unsolicited good word in for this car and Tom. This is a very clean, very fun driving car. Tom is a maintenance professional and a thorough mechanic and knowledgable car enthusiast. This car has been very reliable and very well taken care of. The car is well built to handle light drag racing with the bullet-proof 6 speed, solid Dana 44 rear axle, and stock engine. Tom used this car as a daily driver and kept this car in top condition. GLWS, Tom.