FOR SALE: 2017 Corvette Grand Sport Collectors Edition
Its that time of year again – time to find your first (or your next) Corvette! Every so often we like to jump in the frey and help our friends and followers find truly remarkable cars with the hope that we can bring buyer and seller together. We’ve found such a car!
As was true of all Collector Edition Grand Sports built in 2017, this car comes in the immensely popular Watkins Gray Metallic (RPO G7Q) over Tension Blue leather with black microsuede. Each fender features Tension Blue hash marks and the car also comes finished with a Satin Black Grand Sport center stripe. The exterior features the seventh-generation Xenon headlamps, a removable roof panel, a vented, carbon-fiber hood, the Grand Sport-series rear spoiler, heated and power-adjustable sideview mirrors, front curb-view cameras, quadruple exhuast outlets, and a carbon-fiber front splitter and side skirts.
Black 19-inch (front) and 20-inch (rear) aluminum wheels are wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. The front tires measure 285/30, while the rears are a massive 335/25. This car comes equipped with Magnetic Ride Control and an Active Handling System with all-speed traction control. Braking is enhanced with black, Corvette-branded Z51-serie calipers over slotted and ventilated rotor at all four corners.
Moving inward, this car comes equipped with heated-and-ventilated GT bucket seats. Both seats are eight-way power adjustable, and the driver seat includes the memory settings to accomodate different driver setups. As mentioned before, the seats, center console cover, dashboard and door panels all come finished in the Tension Blue leather trim. The interior amenties include Grand Sport branded floor mats and sill plates, carbon-fiber trim, the immensely popular PDR (Performance Data Recorder) in the dash, dual-zone climate control, a Bose sound system, the Heads Up Display, a Bose sound system and an 8-inch MyLink touchscreen infotainment system with navigation and Bluetooth. NOTE: There is a minor blemish on the driver’s seat (not seen in the pictures here but can be found by visiting the original posting at bringatrailer.com.)
The Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel shows some discoloration, which is typical for the 3LT trim in a seven-year old Corvette. That said, the steering wheel comes equipped with paddle shifters and a power-adjustable steering column. The dashboard includes a configurable center display with multiple driving modes (including weather, economy, tour, sport and track), a 200-mph speedometer, and auxillary gauges for engine temp and fuel level. Please note that this car, as mentioned earlier, has just 6,000 miles on its odometer.
The 6.2-liter LT1 V8 is equipped with a multi-mode performance exhaust and was factory rated at 460 horsepower and 465 lb-ft of torque. The engine oil was last changed in December 2022. Power is sent to the rear wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission and a limited-slip differential.
The Carfax report shows no accidents or other damage and lists one-owner history in Washington State. It also states that this car has always been privately owned since new by its original owner. Given the combination of mileage and owner history, this car is a great deatl at its current price (at time of this posting) of $62,700.
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