Op did you find the production number?
I'm mulling the idea of buying a minty one. Same guy who sold me my '96 Z LT that runs real strong and traction like I've never felt on snow with the 136"x1.5"!
Are the '97 LT's a rare sled?
It wasn't for sale at the time but he's open to offers now.
Never seen one IRL over here, and just by coincidence, two of them shows up on “swedish craigslist” within couple of hours...Judging by the pictures, none of them in great condition, but asking price around $4500.
Never seen one IRL over here, and just by coincidence, two of them shows up on "swedish craigslist" within couple of hours...Judging by the pictures, none of them in great condition, but asking price around $4500.
Somebody's pulling my leg...Both ads disappeared quick which normally indicates they sold quick...Then today one more 1997 LT shows up...! Judging by the pictures, not the same one as the previous ones because they did not have the yellow grilles or the yellow skid plate. Also this one not in perfect condition but I would say well above average.
Before I bought my 97 shortie, I was specifically looking for a 97, but ended up looking at loads of 94-96 because there were no 97's for sale. For years. Finally, I was lucky to find a 97 shortie in very good condition.
During this time I was always told the LT is even more rare and as I said, I don't think I have ever seen one IRL. Suddenly there is four of them up for sale in only couple of days. All of them seem to be in average condition with asking prices $4000-5000.
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