21,346 miles, excellent condition. I have always kept it in a garage with a cover and never drove it in the rain or on wet streets. I am the 4th owner. According to the 3rd owner, the car was purchased new by a retiree who passed after putting 12k miles on it. His widower stored the car for several years before selling it. The 2nd owner put about 6k miles on it. The 3rd owner kept it as part of a collection and only put about 1k of maintenance miles on it. I did pretty much the same.
Dual electric seats, all maintenance records, very well kept machine. Extremely fun to drive and gets looks when I take her out. You really need to see it and drive it to appreciate the condition. Comes with an extra set of chrome wheels and a cover. I will consider a trade for a resto-mod truck between the years 1932 to 1960.
Here is a fun fact: On Sunday, July 2nd 1992, a White 1992 Corvette Convertible rolled off the assembly line in Bowling Green, Kentucky and into the history books as it became the one-millionth Corvette to be built. The special milestone Corvette was paired with a 1953 Corvette and the two cars would go on tour as the car was used to promote the upcoming 40th Anniversary in 1993.
The One Millionth Corvette with its white exterior and red interior was the modern version of the first Corvette that was produced in 1953.
The production of the One Millionth Corvette was a big milestone for the model and Chevrolet pulled out all the stops to make it a big deal. The Corvette had even been signed by every employee at the plant as it went down the line. And when it came time, the car broke through a banner reading “1,000,000th Corvette” while those in attendance applauded. In the background, a marching band played “Born in the USA”.