The year 1982 was the last for the C3 Corvette, whose body dated
back to 1968 and basic chassis design went back to the C2 of 1963.
The Corvette now carried an automatic 4-speed unit, and a 200-bhp
350 cubic-inch Chevy small-block V-8. Climb behind the wheel this
Raven Black Corvette and you'll be reminded why NASA Apollo
astronauts were so drawn to these in the late '60s. It was high
tech, with sapce grey interior that is aircraft inspired, and they
are agile and fast. Simply put, these cars are fun to drive, and
they're often greeted with cheers and thumbs-up as you cruise the
local boulevard. It is easy to see why C3s hold their value and are
growing in popularity. It can be seen in greater detail including
100+ HD pictures and a HD video at
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