The 1978 Chevrolet Corvette 25th Anniversary edition cars are
always in demand. After all, they are loaded two-tone V8 cruisers.
That makes them great drivers that are instantly distinctive. And
it only gets better when a sharp-looking example is also this
The 1978 car was special. It launched a revised and more
aerodynamic C3, and it was also the Corvette's silver anniversary.
Chevrolet celebrated it with one of the most handsome combinations
to come out of the 1970s. It goes far beyond just coordinating two
handsome colors. The two-tone silver was exclusive to the 25th
anniversary cars, and the way the darker color hugs the body line
and runs over the fenders really seems to show off the best of the
design. Plus, the way the full package radiates in the sunlight is
the telltale sign of an investment in a quality respray later in
life. Add in the right anniversary badging and correct alloy
wheels, and it has the look of a dignified classic that represents
this landmark time well.
The mahogany interior is absolutely contrast in color to the
exterior two-tone, but it harmonizes with its level of
sophistication. So you'll love to leave the T-tops out to show off
the full color package. And another reason why this looks so
distinctive is because there has been a good investment updating
the fundamentals while still keeping the factory-correct color.
Newer seat covers (with Corvette embroidery), plush carpeting, taut
door panels, and a smooth dash really make it a nice place to spend
some time. You have desirable factory features like power windows,
power locks, and provisions for air conditioning (it will need
servicing to blow cold again.) There are even the right
driver-oriented upgrades like the padded armrest and an AM/FM/CD
stereo with USB input to upgrade your driving music. The smooth
wrapped steering wheel, tilt/telescopic column, and full gauge
package are also all there to instantly remind you this car was
made for driving.
Under the hood is proper 350 cubic-inch V8 power with a four-barrel
carburetor on top. The odometer is believed to reflect actual
mileage, and there are some newer elements, like the Chevrolet
performance air grabber and matching air topper. This is a
strong-runner that's ready to hit the road. In fact, as you look at
the undercarriage photos, you're going to spot newer suspension
elements, including the front A-arms, ball joints, and bushings. It
gives this coupe added confidence on the road. The fully
independent suspension and four-wheel power disc brakes make this a
great sports car. And the three-speed automatic transmission, power
steering, and cruise control make this classic a great anytime
driver for near or far.
This is the distinct 25th Anniversary coupe that was made to shine
bright and drive well. So if you love a classic you can enjoy, you
know this is the one. Call today!!!