A very rare Malcolm Konner Commerative edition corvette.One of only 50 cars made to commemorate the life of one of the most successful corvette dealers and friend of GM in it’s history. GM has never before or after commissioned a car for a dealership and the man behind it,Gm said no more ever after the blow back they received from other dealerships on this one!. Furthermore, of the original 50, 20 had the 4/3 manual transmission and the remaining 30 were automatics,of the 30 automatics just 10 came equipped with Z51 sport suspension and fewer more had the G92 performance axle which beats the pants off the line compared to the regular Dana 2.73 .That means this is the rarest combination you could get of an already very rare edition,who knows maybe the rarest of the 50?. I have owned many C4s,since the C4 came out and this one is a rocket off the line,pulls like a John Deere tractor . Very clean to excellent condition. A Malcolm Konner corvette is on display at the National Corvette museum and likewise, this car belongs in a museum or on display in a private collection.I cannot justify a car of such beauty and prominence sitting in my garage and not being looked at by corvette enthusiast. Moreover, This is a factory RPO code car,not a clone or tribute,the real McCoy. I have seen others try to pawn off a 2 tone grey and black corvette as a MK but to those who know these cars it is easily discerning to tell them from original, MKC4S are only silver beige over black with graphite interior and bronze glass tops,decals are all over and RPO code 400 is on the car and window stickers..This is one of the absolute rarest corvettes ever made.Investment grade and will only go up in value. Includes, ZR rated Tires that are all new,new cat back factory exhaust,books,records,build sheets,window sticker,magazine with MK article and more.This rare MK C4 is a true time capsule and in Mint condition,you can eat off the engine,the interior and the exterior is even cleaner and you wont find one for the money like this one.
Naples, Florida, United States