Buy A 2009 Corvette ZR1 For Only $81,000... Over MSRP

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Mac Haik Chevrolet in Houston, Texas is offering you the chance to buy a 2009 Corvette ZR1 for the low price of $185,000 (just $81,000 over MSRP ), thus answering Suze Orman's ZR1 ownership question with a definitive "NO!" Even better, if you buy the black-on-black ZR1 you'll have to wait at least a month because, as the press shots interspersed with blurry showroom floor photos indicate, they don't actually have the car yet. Though this is better than the $413,000 one dealer wanted, it reminds us why some locals call the dealership "Mac Hike Up." Description below the jump.


1. BLACK ON BLACK HARD LOADED WITH ALL OPTIONS MSRP 115¸000 2. Visible carbon-fiber roof¸ roof bow¸ rocker extensions and front air splitter 3. Carbon-fiber domed hood with a window to the supercharger Unique carbon fiber dual cove front fenders 4. 19-inch front/20-inch rear¸ 20-spoke wheels on Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 tiresA stunning new benchmark in Corvette performance 5. With its 638 horsepower LS9 supercharged V8¸ ZR1 is capable of 205 mph on the test track 6. 6.2 Liter V8 with Eaton TVS Supercharger and intercooler produces 604 lb.-ft of torque Massive Brembo Carbon Ceramic Brakes 7. any questions please call Wali Zidan @ 713-376-6735 email:

(Thanks to Shedrick for the tip) [eBay Motors]


LandofMinos: ...sent down to strike the unroadworthy!

I'm not up with the 'new buying' crowd but...

...what do we need car dealers for? Why can't a buyer buy direct from the source and use a company that prepares and delivers the car without the ridiculous mark-up? Is demand the reason behind the mark-up? What happened to first in, best dressed as far as orders go? I need a pill and a good rest. If pain persist, I'll see my doctor.