Put the King of the Hill in your garage.

There’s no doubt that one of the most epic moments of Corvette history was when this 1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1 was released. It was the first model year GM made the fabled King of the Hill and it was a moonshot which took a lot of people off guard. Thanks to Corvette Mike Midwest, you can put this legend in your garage and make all the neighbors envious.

Gallery: Own A Legendary 1990 Chevy Corvette ZR-1

As you look at the shiny Bright Red paint on this ZR-1 it all seems too good to be true. But consider that this car has only 5,400 original miles on the odometer, which explains so very much. This car has been absolutely babied from day one, that much is obvious, both cosmetically and mechanically. It’s the kind of car you want, because there’s no dubious service record or other questionable details to make you uneasy.

Also looking immaculate is the Saddle leather interior. Not only do the leather seats look rich and free of damage, all the various controls and gauges are in excellent condition. Air conditioning, a Bose stereo with cassette/CD, and other features are included. This car is a turnkey investment, not a project, so you can let the good times roll immediately.

Of course, the main attraction to this C4 is the performance factor. The big star is a 350ci LT5 V8 with 375-horsepower on tap. Such a setup created a big stir when this car was revealed at the 1989 Geneva Motor Show. You get a fun 6-speed manual transmission as well, guaranteeing plenty of good times behind the wheel.

This is a two-owner car and Corvette Mike Midwest says it has a clean Carfax. You’ll get a stack of documentation with this Corvette ZR-1, including the original window sticker and owner’s manual. Both sets of keys and two performance keys are also included.

A mere 6,939 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1s were built from 1990 to 1995, so quite a few collectors dream of owning one but never achieve that goal. Having been named after the RPO ZR1 available for the 1970 to 1972 model years, this version of the ‘Vette acts as a connection to the sport car’s storied past. Contact the dealer directly with any questions you might have.

If this isn’t the Corvette you’re looking for, Corvette Mike Midwest has quite a few other cars you can look through. The company also offers financing for classic cars.