For sale at auction: Lot #1256 - This LS6 Corvette was sold by Rudolph Chevrolet in Phoenix, Arizona and spent most of it's life in Arizona. The car came with a huge amount of documentation including but not limited to original Protect-O-plate with warranty card signed by the original salesman, original owner's manual, sales brochures, original service records from the dealer with the Protect-O-Plate imprint for warranty service, original service records documenting the mileage through the years, original copies of Arizona registration documenting ownership and signed bill of sale with mileage affidavit from the original owner to the second owner. The LS6 has remained in storage since I purchased the car in 1987. Presently it has only 19,262 actual miles. The car has been left in it's original condition meaning that the car still has it's original paint, interior, undercarriage and engine compartment, with required minor maintenance. The frame stencil markings, undercarriage option codes and original tags on the rear springs are all visible. The car has received a NCRS Chapter Second Flight in 1997 and 1999, and most recently a NCRS Chapter Top Flight award designation in 2010. The LS6 engine RPO has been offered once before in Corvette history, but only for one model year, 1971. With 454 cubic inches, a cast-iron block and aluminum heads. The original LS6 produced 425hp and was the most powerful engine offered in 1971. Only 188 cars were produced with this powerplant.