Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1981
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. The Corvette is as American as apple
pie. With over 60 years of production and eight design changes the
Corvette has withstood the test of time. In 1953 the first Corvette
rolled off the assembly line becoming the most popular sports car
in history. The excitement continues as the first mid-engine
Corvette rolled of the assembly line in 2020. The C3 Corvette was
produced from 1967-1982. It featured a new body and interior. The
Stingray nameplate made a comeback in 1969. In 1981 the L48 and L82
was replaced with L81 350 V-8 engine producing 190hp. A chrome air
cleaner lid and magnesium valve covers were used to dress up the
engine compartment. This 1981 Corvette is painted in iconic white
with a sporty red leather interior. T-Tops and factory alloy wheels
add to this Corvettes good looks. Under the hood is the L81 350 V-8
attached to a three-speed automatic transmission. Comfort features
include air conditioning, AM/FM/cd radio, cruise control, power
windows. power locks, power seats, power steering and power brakes.
Just imagine getting up one morning and removing the T-tops on this
gorgeous 1981 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and taking a long drive
in the countryside. The sheer fun of the wind blowing through your
hair in what we refer to as "America's sports car". The Chevrolet
1981 Chevrolet Corvette
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