With a factory triple-black and the rare hardtop, this 1990
Chevrolet Corvette convertible already attracted you even before
you saw the low mileage, great care, and loaded leather
The factory original shade of black still looks fantastic today
thanks to years of care. There is a terrific gloss and shine, and
any imperfections you may spot on close inspection are more about
the originality defects than repair (Corvette people know these are
part of telltale signs of originality.) After all, this has been a
properly stored vehicle that has averaged less than 350 miles
annually. The panels fit well to give you that unmistakable C4
wedge-shaped profile, and even the factory black soft top retains
the kind of deep, dark appearance that will make you proud to show
it off. In fact, speaking of the roof, the included window sticker
tells us that the removable hardtop was a factory option. That
gives this one added distinction where you'll need a feature like
the luggage rack to find a rarer convertible option. Plus, while
this car has an obvious dark side, it would not be a true American
classic without some bling. That's why it wears shiny 17-inch
directional alloy wheels.
The all-black interior completes this triple-black package (paint,
roof, and interior.) It's an ultra-desirable setup, and this car
was born this way! Just like the exterior, you can tell serious
care has been taken inside. The deep color lets you know that no
one left this out in the sunshine for an extended time. And
collectors will also note that these are the optional Sport seats.
Corvette owners often go to great lengths to keep their cars
factory-correct, and it really shows inside this one. You see it as
you gaze across the dash with all the unique pieces, like the trip
computer switches, airbag sports steering wheel (its first year),
and the mix of analog and digital gauge package that is the
hallmark of the C4 Corvette. Plus, this is loaded with everything
you want, including power windows, power locks, keyless
entry/alarm, and Bose AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo. And the air
conditioning is blowing cold, and so this is perfect for taking
down the roof and still staying cool while open to the world.
Tilt the whole hood forward to reveal a terrific-looking motor.
This is the original numbers-matching L98 350 cubic-inch V8. While
the fuel-injected small block is one of those perfect motors for
tuning, this ultra-low mileage example remains as stock as the rest
of the convertible. That's exactly the kind of powerplant you want
in such a nicely preserved sports car. With a four-speed automatic
transmission w/overdrive, four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS, rack &
pinion power steering, cruise control, and a fully independent
suspension, this Corvette has all the right features to be a great
weekend getaway machine. So we just bet you won't be able to resist
adding to the low odometer.
The sale comes with the important window sticker and owner's manual
packet. It's the most desirable color combo preserved for true
classic status. That's why you know you need to hurry on this deal.