Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta is pleased to present this 1988
Chevrolet C4 Corvette. The C4 Corvette represents a clean break
from the Zora Arkus-Duntov-designed C3, with the completely new
(for the era) chassis and sleeker, more modern but still
evolutionary styling. It was the work of a team under chief
Corvette designer Dave McLellan, who'd taken over from Duntov in
1975. In a departure from the fiberglass panels of its forebearers,
the C4's rear bumpers and panels were made from molding plastics, a
sheet molding compound. The C4 fastback coupe was the first general
production Corvette to have a glass hatchback for better storage
access. The roof panel was usually made from fiberglass but this C4
has the optional clear acrylic top which is removable. The Corvette
C4's came standard with an electronic dashboard with a digital
liquid crystal display instrument cluster. It displays a
combination of graphics for speed and RPM, fuel level, and uses
digital displays for other important engine functions. For the
first time since 1957, the Corvette used single headlights instead
of quad units, but they are still retractable.
This 1988 C4 Corvette is finished in Dark Red Metallic over nice
Black leather interior. Audio has been upgraded to Pioneer. The
Tuned-Port Fuel Injected L98 350c.i V8 runs smooth as it should
backed by the 4-Speed automatic transmission. This honest driver is
priced right so don't delay. Inquire today.
1988 Chevrolet Corvette
Exterior Color:Dark Red Metallic
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