1994 Corvette ZR1

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5.7L 350ci 405hp V8

6-Speed Manual Transmission

5 Link Rear Suspension W/ Transverse Fiberglass Spring

Independent Front Suspension

Power Front & Disc Brakes

Keyless Entry

Dual Electric Remote Heated Mirrors

Fog Lamps

1-Piece Removable Fiberglass Roof Panel

AM/FM CD Radio
Delco/Bose Sytem

Electronic Speed Control

6-way Powered Leather Seats

Power Locks

Power Windows

Rear Window Defogger

Remote Glass Hatch Release


Glass Removable Roof Panel

Aluminum Chromed 17" Corvette Wheels

1 of 120 Torch Red ZR1s Built in 1994 

1 of Approximately 19 with Red Interior

FX3 Selective Ride and Handling

Service Receipts & Records

Original Window Sticker

Corvette Books

Owners Manual

Texas Classic Cars Of Dallas is proud to showcase this immaculate 1994 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 After GM acquired Lotus in 1986, the Corvette division began working with Lotus to turn the C4 Corvette into the fastest production car in the world. The Lotus team responded with the aluminum block, dual overhead cam, 32 valve, modifications were made in 1993 to the cylinder heads, exhaust system and valve train of the LT5, bringing horsepower up from 375 to 405. Keeping all of that power planted was upgraded braking and steering systems with adjustable active ride control. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 6 speed manual transmission. The 1994 ZR1 5.7 Liter 32-valve, four cam, 405hp V8 Corvette was known as "King of the Hill." These cars set the automotive press on their collective ear when they were released. They were built from 1990 through 1995, the ZR1 Performance Package which included much more than just an engine was $31,258. In 1994, the base Corvette price tag was $36,185, making the total for this vehicle equipped with the only other option a glass roof, $69,043, just short of twice the base model price, and we have the original window sticker to prove it. In addition to the engine, Lotus helped GM design the ZR-1's (which in prototype version was called "King of the Hill" ) upgraded braking and steering systems, and helped them pick the settings for the standard "FX3" adjustable active ride control that Chevrolet was fitting to the car, helping to ensure that the vehicle was more than just a modern-day muscle car with a big engine and no real capability on the track. This Gorgeous ZR1 is basically new having just over 18k miles recorded you can believe it was a once in a while weekend driver that's just 850 miles a year. The paint is torch red and still looks like new , I doubt this car was ever kept outside. Matched with corvette chromed 17" wheels it has a great looking stance that make is look better than anyother regular C4 Corvette. The interior is as well looking and still smelling like new with the only blemish being the driver seat side bolster that shows a little wear. As for all the electronic components they are all working fine. This ZR1 comes with a second top that is made out of glass and is in prestine condition also included is a ZR1 car cover and Corvette books for the model year. The undercarriage is another testament of how clean and well kept this corvette is with no fade in color. This car is a definite collector car and will surely go up in value as time goes by , don't hesitate to call for more information or to schedule a test drive, this ZR1 could be your to show off today.

The owner opted for a set of OEM wheels in chrome, but he has the original aluminum factory wheels that will go with the car. The only items that are not original on this car are the wheels and the battery. Acceleration Slip Regulation (ASR) or Traction Control. We would like to thank the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight for their unique location used at many of our photo shoots. Be sure to visit this historical museum if you find yourself in the Dallas, Texas area. Texas Classic Cars of Dallas' showroom is located only minutes away.



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