I have learned this code is typically associated with "Fleet" purchases. The car I recently purchased has this code and it was a vehicle build to the GM Regional Office in California and delivered to the Mesa Arizona Proving Grounds. It was utilized by the proving grounds for fourteen months. :thumbsup:
All I know is that it is a very well preserved 1995 Corvette
ZR-1 that I plan to put some miles on! I will try to learn more of its history over the winter, but in the Spring, it will be driven! :thumbsup:
So far I have travelled to Chicago to attend an event, and just this past weekend I have returned from the C4/ZR-1 Gathering at the National Corvette Museum. The car currently has 13,850 miles. :thumbsup:
My 67 is a COPO, and it has the 1AA as the paint code. This did not match any available codes for 67... As I researched, this is what I found the 1 means one of one and the AA meant same color top and bottom. In other words a two tone car would be AB. Not sure if this is what it means on the newer cars or not? But in the 60's this was the meaning if used as the paint code.
Well thanks for the information. My car is Bright Aqua. It is one of thirteen ZR-1's painted in this color for the 1995 model year and one of six of Bright Aqua/Gray interior cars for that year. :thumbsup:
Just returned from Bowling Green, Kentucky attending this year's Gathering. Ran the autocross event with the car and had a great time. Car now has 15,900 miles. I have put more miles on the car in the last year and half than it had in the previous fifteen years. :thumbsup: