The C5 Corvette just looks good in red, and in this case, it’s Xirallic Crystal. The 50th anniversary Corvette was a beautiful car to look at. The champagne-colored wheels and the astonishingly beautiful paint job to let you know that you were looking at something unique. 2003 was a good year for Chevy and the 50th Anniversary Edition got an upgraded interior with custom stitched seats and a navigation system. The 50th Anniversary Edition also introduced the world to Magnetic Ride Control, which gives this Corvette a subtle and smooth ride.
The 2003 50th Anniversary Edition was only available in a convertible, and if you’re looking for one of these beauties you can expect to cough up some dough. The 2003 50th Anniversary Edition is perhaps one of the most highly sought-after C5 Corvettes.
The final year of the C5 was a somber one for GM. Even though the C6 was a much-improved Corvette model, the C5 had introduced the world to the modern Corvette. The 2004 Commemorative Edition sent the C5 off in style with a special edition Le Mans blue paint scheme and an embroidered set of headrests. The 2004 Commemorative Edition also came in a Z06 package which included racing alloys and all the enhancements that make the Z06 a serious track vehicle.
If you’ve been searching high and low for a C5 with some attitude, the 2004 Commemorative Edition fits the bill. This beautiful Corvette is one of the best handling sports cars to come out in the new millennium.
Like it or not, the Corvette has made a name for itself in the racing world. Ron Fellows was one of the key people behind that dominance. As such, the 2007 Z06 Ron Fellows Championship Edition is a Corvette with some history behind it. The paint scheme is unique to this car with red stripes along with the front fenders and Corvette across the windshield. In addition to those enhancements, there’s also a lip spoiler and 20-inch chrome wheels wrapped in Goodyear tires. The 2007 Z06 Ron Fellows Championship Edition stands out at one of the most unique C6 Corvettes to hit the collectors market.
If you’ve been following the Corvette racing scene for years then you’ll know how important this specific car is to Corvette culture. If you want to own a piece of automotive history, the 2008 Corvette ZHZ Ron Fellows Championship Edition is a great choice.
How did GM go about introducing the world to the new C6? Well, they went the pace car route, of course. The 2007 Indy 500 Pace Car Replica is another nod to GM’s performance heritage and the car was sold at top-tier Chevrolet dealerships for the 2007 model year. If you’re a person who loves Indy car racing and want to show it off, the 2007 Indy 500 Pace Car Replica is the way to do it. Only available in a convertible, the Atomic Orange C6 stands out from the crowd in every aspect, from its stitched seats to the Indy 500 Logos in the doors.
The 2007 Indy 500 Pace Car Replica is actually fairly easy to find on the used car market, but the value of this car has skyrocketed so you can expect to pay a pretty penny.
Finally, the most unique Corvette to hit the road in recent years was actually one that anyone could rent. The 2008 Corvette ZHZ was a limited run of 500 vehicles that were made especially for the Hertz Rental Car Company. Notable upgrades over the average Corvette include seven-spoke special edition chrome wheels and an automatic exhaust switch which allows the driver to open and close the exhaust. The ZHZ was only available in a coupe version, and it featured either all-yellow paint or yellow paint with black stripes. The 2008 Corvette ZHZ is a wicked-looking ride and one of the most notable Corvettes.
You can still find the 2008 Corvette ZHZ on the used car market for a reasonable price as the used car stigma seems to scare people away from it. Still, for the price, you’ll get a pretty rare piece of automotive history that looks great and is fun to drive too. When it comes to limited edition sports cars, the Hertz line of exotics still manages to look great even after all this time.