2003 Chevrolet Corvette Overview


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4.85 stars

Based on 37 reviews

The Best "bang For The Buck" And By Far The Greatest Car I Have Ever Owned. by Jack
 — Everything about driving this car is pure fun. With over 400 horsepower at your disposal and a race tuned suspension you will have a blast just driving to the grocery store. Even with all the power i... Read More
Once In A Life Time Dream Car by AngryRedBird
 — For years I've seek to just try and sit in a Chevrolet Corvette and never could.. Until the 2003 Corvette came along.. I was very surprised that I could sit in one of these muscle cars and actually fe... Read More
Love It. by ruthless44
 — Love the colors of the exterior and interior. Removable tint top. Memory Seats. Wheel color. Interior layout and appearance. Build quality is outstanding. Ride is very nice with the Select Ride Fe... Read More

2003 Chevrolet Corvette Overview

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2003 Chevrolet Corvette

The 2003 Chevrolet Corvette is part of the C5 group or generation, widely lauded for its improved ride and performance. All trims include sport seats, fog lights, and a dual-zone climate control system. All 2003 cars had 50th anniversary badging in the nose and rear deck.

2003 also brought the special 50th Anniversary Edition Corvette, much sought-after by collectors. Of the 35,000 total 2003 cars produced, 11,000 were the Anniversary Edition, of which 7,000 were convertibles, and 4,000 coupes. The Anniversary Edition (A/E) was a $5,000 option. Specific to the option package were the color (anniversary red, with a shale interior and shale top on the convertible), standard magnetic ride control, 50th anniversary embroidery logos on the headrests and floormats, and special badging on the front fenders.


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Are All 2003 Corvettes 50th Anniversary Ed?

I have a 2003 Corvette and have been told its not a 50th Anniversary ed. Because it is not the Anniversary red. It is Torch Red and has the emblem on the hood that says Anniversary with the 50 below...

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I needed to have my bumper repainted on my 2003 corvette(anniversary red) after small accident. I am having 2 problems. the clear coat is dull, and 4 nicks and 1 larger chip have appeared. bumper was ...

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