2004 Corvette Convertible Test Drive
A nice 2004 Corvette Convertible for sale at our dealership in Atlanta, GA. Millennium Yellow exterior, Black interior, Black convertible top. 350hp LS1 engine, automatic transmission, posi rear-end. This super clean 2004 Corvette Convertible is in outstanding condition with just 25,800 miles and a clean one owner Carfax. Not to mention this car is loaded up with factory options! The paint on this car is excellent, with very, very few flaws, and an excellent shine. Convertible top is also in excellent condition, and the factory polished wheels are near perfect with no curb rash or other flaws. The interior of this 2004 Corvette Convertible shows excellent condition factory leather seat covers, steering wheel, and center console. Door panels are in average condition. A set of plush Lloyd mats with yellow piping have been added to this car, which appears to be completely stock otherwise, and with a clean, rust and corrosion-free subframe. This is another no-excuses low mile convertible, so get it while it's still here! Factory features include Heads Up Display, memory package, tilt-n-tele, polished wheels, Millennium Yellow tintcoat upcharge, dual power sport seats, dual zone electronic climate control, fog lamps, performance axle ratio, Bose CD stereo, cargo net, power windows, power locks, power steering, power brakes, power mirrors, cruise control, ABS, traction control, Active Handling. 25K Miles. For more info please contact a sales person at Buyavette. 770-414-5552 See more than 135 Corvettes for sale at http://www.buyavette.net Please see additional pictures of this car at http://www.buyavette.net/1976%202004%20Corvette%20Convertible%20For%20Sale. php Watch walkaround video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APXwMN--u6E
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2004 Cobra vs 2004 C5 Corvette vs 2007 CBR1000rr
**NOTE**: This Mexicans in this video that was made in Mexico are real good friends. The shit talking and introduction is purely sarcasm and was intended to be funny. My car is NOT the Corvette, it is the Cobra. So for the people directing comments on the Vette toward me, just stop. As a matter of fact, everyone just stop with your BS. GM and Ford owners will always go at it in every aspect possible. No one will ever be dominant. Half the reason why these types of cars are here is because of the competition. All the slap fights on the forum about N/A vs. Blower is all stupid and could not even be more ignorant. The fact is that Ford and GM have built their cars on two COMPLETELY different platforms and can in no way EVER be compared apples to apples. Shit talking is different than being a Fan Boy and is all part of being in competition with each other. I know plenty of Fords that can eat up a GM and I know plenty of GM's that will eat up a Ford. At the end of the day, its not the manufacturer of the car. It's how big your wallet is. So just shut up and watch the video. Thanks. highway racing between Cammed Corvette, Pullied Cobra and Bolt-on CBR1000rr Cobra Mods: 2.75 upper pulley, k&n fipk, flowmaster catback, Centerforce dual friction clutch, drag radials,tuned (440rwhp) Corvette: G5X3 Cam, Kooks LT's, catted x-pipe, Borla catback, Twin disc clutch, built RPM stage 5 trans, built rear with 3.90's. Street tires (415rwhp) CBR: Yoshi slip-on, Power Commander, lowered