1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 LT5/375 HP DOHC 32 valve V-8 engine 6-speed transmission FX3 selective ride suspension Dual power seats Air conditioning Power steering and 4-wheel brakes Power windows and locks Tilt column, cruise control Bright Red with tan leather interior Glass top and painted top First-year King of the Hill C4 ZR1 Service receipts Owner's manual and commemorative purchase documents In 1990 Chevrolet introduced the King of the Hill ZR1. That was the turning point in the Corvette's performance. The ZR1 was a monumental forward move in power and performance on the advanced DOHC V-8, which was the first in production for the Corvette. Designed by Chevrolet and Lotus on the same architecture as the small-block V-8, the ZR1s Mercury Marine-built LT5 5.7L engine integrated four valves per cylinder and twin overhead cams, producing an amazing 375 HP that generated 0-60 MPH times of 4.5 seconds. Driven only 12,014 miles, this bright red and tan ZR1 is a prime example of the first-year edition defining 28 years of expertise. Equipped with the 6-speed manual transmission, FX3 Selective Ride suspension, air conditioning, power steering and 4-wheel disc brakes. It also features power windows and locks, a tilt column, cruise control, dual power seats and both glass and painted tops. This beauty was showcased in the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Documentation to this fact will be included with the sale of the car.