If you happen to know a mail carrier who would like to finish with his route faster, boy, have we got the car for you!
That’s right. This 1994 ZR1 was converted when new to RHD at a cost back then of more than $30,000, meaning the original owner spent about $100,000 when you include the MSRP of some $68,000 on this monster of a Corvette back in the day.
But then the car was apparently never exported to its intended market of Australia and has been stored in a climate controlled environment since new, in the interim covering just 3,856 miles!
“This ZR-1 rides and drives like a new car in every way,” the dealer boasts, adding that the car has a “virtually flawless interior and exterior” with no repainting or damage ever.
The ZR-1, of course, is the only Corvette ever to come with a DOHC or four-valve engine, with cylinder heads designed by Lotus and manufactured by Mercury Marine. It produced 405 horsepower, the most powerful ‘Vette until the C5 Z06 matched it in 2002.
A story about the listing appears on bringatrailer.com, where readers have been questioning the dealer’s asking price of $68,000.
We’re not sure the low miles makes it worth this price, either, but there may be a collector out there who would love to have a RHD ZR-1 that definitely is out of the ordinary. Either that, or if Jeff Gordon ever decides to change his career to mail carrier, he might be interested!