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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 10-15-2015, 06:41 PM Thread Starter
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Silhouette the Black SuperVette

Garage kept everyday since I have owned this vehicle, like new.
This vehicle was modified in Florida and driven only in California ever since. It is a rare road monster! Every-bit of this Vette is well balanced, it's transformation was meticulously planned and put together. This whip is in Los Angeles, CA.

*The Owner Liaison:
Valton Eason a Global Concierge service

VIN
(Vehicle Identification number):1G1YY26U065108382

Year:2006

Number of Cylinders:8

Transmission:Automatic

Trim:ZR-6X with SuperVette ZR-1 Wide Body-Side Air Dams

Vehicle Title:Clear

Engine:6.0 L LS2 V8 400 horsepower

Options:Leather Seats, CD PlayerDrive

Type:Rear wheel drive

Safety Features:Anti-Lock Brakes
Mileage:60200
Options:Pioneer Touch Screen, CD, DVD, CD Player, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Exterior Color:Triple Black
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Interior Color:Black with Red accents

Base Car: 2006 Corvette LS7 with 27,000 miles on it
Good Carfax, one minor accident, no major structural issues of any kind.

UPGRADES:

Mods-

Attached are the modification price listed, but this not include the cost of the labor involved.

Also missing in the invoice are
1. The After Market Stereo/GPS System
2. Dyno Tuning/Balancing
3. Other Body Modifications and Custom Paint Job.
4. Modified Racing Suspension Job is amazing on the car, each wheel has a separate suspension point, so it smoothly rolls over bumps, (unlike a stock vette)
Its a great car!

No Supercharger instead we opted to Dyno Tune it to get the most horses, as the car was purchased in the peak of the "expensive" gas era in California (5,15/USD A Gallon/on avg), but as you can see the car has enough room under the hood for a super charger without issue.
The modifications, removed almost 200-300lbs of weight from the car, and then increased the efficiency of the ride.

Engine

*Professional Dyno Tune by Phantom Motorsports, Los Angeles California
*Custom Catback Exhaust

Exterior
*Show Car Triple Black Paint
*Supervette wide body kit, front and rear fenders
*Geiger front and rear bumpers
*Hydrocarbon rear diffuser
*Custom smoked center on Ferrari like tail lights
*Custom Supervette front and rear badges

*The Engine is a 6.0 L LS2 V8 It;s 400 horsepower (300 kW) at 6000 rpm and 400 lbft (542 Nm) of torque at 4400 rpm


Wheels and Tires/Brakes

*Custom three piece forged concave five star Supervette wheels with brushed faces
*Black inner barrels on the wheels
*Upgraded ZO6 brakes and rotors
*Front Tires: 275/30/ZR19 Nitto
*Rear Tires: 345/30/R19 Nitto

Interior

*Custom Interior for MMB
*Custom Racing Seats
*Boost Gauge, Air/Fuel Gauge
*Custom 10 System with built in amps
*Pioneer Touch Screen, CD, DVD, Backup Camera, iPod stereo

Details

27,000 Original Miles

Damage report:

Minor Front Side accident, which happened before I purchased the car, but I have driven the car for roughly 35000 miles, and there has been NO mechanical errors or issues. We did replace a solenoid, but that was a standard change. Title is Clear and Not a Salvage Title. No Frame Damage, it was a low impact accident, from what my team of Mechanics can tell. Miles, are as listed, I believe close to 60000+ miles, we added an additional 75 miles to test that solenoid to be sure it is functioning properly, as we replaced it after the car was put up for sale, so we had to be sure it worked at peak performance. Hope this helps.

OVER $50,000 INVESTED IN THE CAR NOT INCLUDING THE PRICE OF A 2006 CORVETTE WITH 27k miles. Blue Book Private Party value on this car stock is 37,000* recently. With all the upgrades this car could be valued upwards of 75K.

Bon Chance!
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