My First Corvette, a 1989 6 speed Corvette, L98 - 245 HP - 6 speed stick, the first year of the 6 speeds, and it had the FX3 adjustable suspension, Got it in 2000, I bought a newer set of 1993 rims and tires and a extensive clean-up and a tune up, and normal maintenance, divorce caused having to get rid of it.
My second Corvette, a 1992 Chevrolet Corvette, LT1 - 300 HP - 6 Speed - Bad Boy Black, Got it 2004, driver and passengers black power sport leather seats, CD/Cass AM/FM Delco Bose Stereo system, Y2K polished aluminum wheels, with 275/40/17 Bridgestone Fuzion tires. K&N Air filter system, B&M Short throw shifter, smoked glass top.
My third Corvette that I got on February 19, 2006, a 1990 L98 6 speed Chevrolet Corvette, Borla exhaust from cats back, Chrome ZR1 17 inch wheels and new tires. New glass top, low mileage, and much more
This was my fourth Corvette that I got around June 2006 1994 Chevrolet Corvette - 383 stroker LT1, 6 speed transmission, Competition Yellow. Corsa Exhaust, high performance clutch, 2k miles on drive train build. Car has 87k on it, although you would not be able to tell by looking at it, sitting in it, or driving it. It runs and drives like a new car, even better. All the car's weather stripping has been replaced. Hooker shorty headers. In 1994, Chevrolet made 23,330 Corvettes, and only 834 of them were Competition Yellow, and only 6012 of them were 6 speeds. This car is VERY clean inside and out, it smells and drives like a new car, and performs even better with the upgrades. This is a rare 'No Option' Corvette, meaning no extra factory options were bought and/or included on this Corvette.
This is my fifth Corvette that I have at the moment I got it about November 10th, 2006. It is a 2002 Millennium Yellow Z06 Corvette in November of 2006 it was located in Townsend, Vermont, It had 24,560 original miles. I live in Cleveland, Tennessee, My wife and I drove 1200 miles there to pick it up and then drove it the 1200 miles back to our home. This 02 Z06 already had a few very nice mods done to it. It had Long tube headers, a performance x-pipe, dual Borla Stinger exhaust, Vara-Ram cold air intake, a short throw B&M Ripper shifter, and a brand new set of tires that replaced the factory original tires at 21k miles. Since I have had it I got a set of Lloyds front floor mats and rear trunk area mat, both with the embroidered "Z06 405 HP" logos. A carpeted partition to separate the Vette interior and rear trunk area. I got a rear exhaust plate painted in Millennium Yellow that says "Z06 405 HP", Millennium yellow door sill decals for both sills. Straight red silicone duct to replace the accordion hose that was factory, with a Carbon Fiber air bridge with "Z06 405 HP" logo embed in it. new polished aluminum oil catch can. I also got a set of factory replacement chrome screws and washers (42 in all) to replace the ones under the hood, trunk, both door areas and under the fuel cap. also pictured here. I installed a set of rear tail light gaskets, so no more dreaded water build up or dripping. I recently bought a set of CCW SP500's front are 18X10 inches, and the rears are 19x11 inches, they came with BFGoodrich kdw tires. New front and rear 2 piece Baer rotors with aluminum hats, and the rear rotors are the larger high performance 14" versions. LED Halo rear tail lights. Also red gel letter inserts for the rear bumper cover for the C O R V E T T E letters, and a Z06 license plate frame for the rear plate, and a "Objects in mirror are losing" decal for the drivers side mirror...lol.
This is an updated list of the mods that I have now added as of September 30, 2008...
2002 Chevrolet Z06 Corvette, 6 speed
2006 Chevrolet Corvette ZO6 Chrome wheel, these rims come in 17, 18, 19,
and 20 inch diameter, and range from 8.5 inches wide to 12 inches wide, for the
rear of course.