Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is proud to offer this 1981
Chevrolet Corvette. The Chevrolet Corvette is labeled America's
Sports Car. Known as the top "bang-for-buck" sports car on the
market the Corvette has had a strong fan-base since the first
Corvette rolled off the line for 1953. Of the various generations
the C3 is preferred by many for it's exotic curb appeal and fun
t-top roof. This 1981 example is dressed quite sharply with it's
bright red paint job. As you walk around the vehicle you'll notice
nice details like the modern alloy wheels and side pipes. Take a
seat inside and you're greeted by a great looking cabin. The wheel
and seats are wrapped in a tan leather and the console and center
gauges have a classy wood trim. Under the hood is a 392 cubic inch
Stroker V8 and according to the owner has approximately 1,500 miles
since it was rebuilt. Paired with a 4 speed automatic transmission
imagine how this Vette can get up and go! Pop off the t-tops, throw
on your favorite sunglasses and cruise to your heart's content! If
you're looking for a sharp example of a Rad classic, this is the
one you want to own! Options include air conditioning, AM/FM/CD
radio, glass t-tops, power brakes, power steering, power seat,
tilt/telescopic wheel, Power windows, leather interior and alloy
wheels wrapped in radial tires.
1981 Chevrolet Corvette
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