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1998 Corvette R8C museum model
Price: $36,000 obo
Year: 1998 Miles: 28,178 Location: Houston, TX
Exterior: Bright Blue/Nassau Blue Metallic
Interior: Light Oak
Model: Coupe
Condition: 2 (more info)
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Transmission: Manual Seller id: 98vette
Posting Date: September-26-2011 Views: 250
Ad number: 2672
Seller's email: R8C98Corvette@yahoo.com
VIN: 1G1YY22G7W5105334

1998 Chevrolet Corvette C5 Exterior Color: Bright Blue/Nassau Blue Metallic Interior Color: Light Oak Transmission: 6-speed Manual Engine: LS1 Mileage: 28,XXX Confirmed R8C Option (called the Corvette Museum Delivery Program), which resulted in the car being displayed at the Corvette Museum prior to its delivery to the new owner Options: Cold A/C New Michelin Pilot runflat tires New Battery Flush-mounted taillights Custom paint: base nassau blue, highlights electron blue Flowmaster Exhaust Dual power seats Dual roofs (targa and glass) Fikse Profil 10 wheels (front 17x8.5, rear 18x9.5) Fog lights Under hood dress-up items (painted nassau blue) Rear cargo shade Front and rear painted splash guards Body side moulding F45 - damping control Extras: Lightweight indoor/outdoor cover Speed lingerie nassau blue front nose bra and mirror covers Original aluminum Corvette wagon wheels All service manuals Auto-chaps to protect leather seat bolsters Dash mat -- dash is perfect and precautions have been taken to keep it that way. Only 3.5 percent of the 31,084 Corvettes produced that year were Nassau Blue. Two hundred-eighty-four (284) of these 31,084, or .91 %, were ordered with the R8C Option (called the Corvette Museum Delivery Program), which resulted in the car being displayed at the Corvette Museum prior to its delivery to the new owner. The program was only in its second year at that time, with only seven 1997 Corvettes produced the previous year with the R8C option. Only 140 of the 284 1998 Corvettes ordered with the R8C option still exist today, becoming more RARE as time passes and the cars are no longer in operation for whatever reason.
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