1986 Chevrolet Corvette - Low Miles - Fantastic Condition C4 Runs
and drives great. AC works great, Only 68,500 miles. Interior and
exterior are in fantastic condition. Aluminum heads. - Notable
repairs/upgrades- June 2020 - Registration renewed / Passed
emissions - Replaced Driver and Passenger Seats with OEM leather
seats - New door sill guards - New Llyod Ulti-mats for Driver,
Passenger, and Cargo - New Hood Emblem and Fuel Door Emblem -
Windows tinted - Oil and filter Changed - Transmission Flushed July
2020 - New Battery - Upgraded stock throttle body to BBK 52MM
Throttle Body - Upgraded stock air intake with inductive power
coupler, open airlid, and K&N filter - Replaced Idle Air
Control Valve, Coolant Temp Sensor, MAF relays, Throttle Position
Sensor - Replaced Fuel Sending Unit (i.e. fuel pump, strainer,
pulsator etc), and replaced fuel filter August 2020 - I was in a
minor accident and the front bumper assembly was replaced as a
result. No other damage. - Replaced front spoilers January 2021 -
Replaced Brake Master Cylinder - Power steering system flushed -
Coolant system flushed - Replaced Serpentine Belt - Oil and filter
changed March 2021 - Registration renewed / Passed Emissions (good
until June 2022) Known Issues: - Back-lighting for Digital Dash
works about 50% of the time. Display is fully functional and bright
when back-lighting is working (see picture). There is likely a
intermittent short to ground that causes the back-lighting to not
light up intermittently. Easy fix once the short is located and
insulated. - Mild RPM surge/seek at idle (infrequent, very mild,
very common for C4s) - Coolant level sensor may need replacement.
'Low Coolant' light may appear infrequently (despite the coolant
being full). The light always disappears after driving a few miles.
I have not seen any change in the actual coolant level. - Scissor
hood support removed. - Normal wear/tear (some paint fade on rear
bumper), some small pits/cracks, worn window trim.
1986 Chevrolet Corvette
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