1995 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe
The fourth generation of "America's Sports Car" known casually as
the C4, was rolled out for the 1984 model year. Most Corvette fans
are well acquainted with the C4 cars, as they represent one of the
biggest technological leaps forward in the car's long history.
After the $31,258 ZR1 Special Performance Package, the most
expensive 1995 Corvette coupe option was the Z07 Adjustable
Suspension Package. Only had $50 to spare? Try the G92 performance
axle for a little extra squirt off the line.
For consignment a 1995 Corvette complete with an LT1 350ci V8, 2
removable tops, one body colored and one that is smoked glass, and
the rest of the car is bathed in the original coating of Torch Red.
A 2 owner 'Vette that has been garage kept, is mechanically sound,
has upgraded Corvette C7 wheels, a clean Carfax and service records
provided. There's enough wow factor here to make me want to join
the ranks of C4 Corvette ownership!
Our example is bathed in the consignor stated original Torch Red
paint which shows minimal if any flaws throughout. With its
rubberized body matching crash bumpers, this car is virtually
devoid of any chrome, and just badging shines brightly against the
red. A slight flashback to the roots of the early 50's with the
front quarter "intake" venting just behind the front wheel well and
less curved boxier lines dominate the exterior and are even
utilized on the rectangular exhaust tips. For the top, it is
removable, and is smoked glass, and as an option a body colored top
is included with the purchase. On the back is the greenhouse curved
glass. The rear deck and roll pan are also bathed in Torch Red and
are housing the iconic round taillights. For some excitement to
this dream, add-on some shiny C7 chrome wheels and staggered size
and width 18 and 19" blackwall performance rubber and you are ready
to spank the competition.
Bright red leather covers the racing style buckets with high backs,
extra bolster padding, and headrests which are integrated right
into the seats. These seats are power seats and provide infinite
adjustability for any size driver. Some wear can be seen on the
drivers outside bolster where the leather has worn through. Racing
between the buckets toward the dash is the center console, which
houses a glovebox, seat controls, and the automatic shifter as well
as an added burl insert around the shifter and a burl shifter knob.
Swooping skyward and curving toward the driver's side to roll
upward and form the instrument cluster. Digital gauges provide the
center of the dash cluster and are flanked by analog gauges. There
is an information center in the middle of the dash, however it is
only a cluster of warning lights and not a full screen, (give it
time they were working on it!). More burl add ons are noted
flanking both sides of the main cluster and provide an air of class
to the various knobs switches and slides they surround. Red
carpeting which is clean can be seen throughout and has been well
protected by black carpeted mats. In the rear we see the additional
removable top sitting in a carpeted storage area and looking just
The correct 350ci LT1 V8 is nicely preserved within the engine bay
and presents very clean, no corrosion, and regularly shined plastic
parts. This engine is fed by electronic fuel injection and has a
4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission on the back. A 2.59 rear axle
completes the drivetrain package.
Underneath all clean with no rust surface or otherwise. Good
suspension, (C4 all around, which is forged aluminum and
lightweight for front and rear suspension. Power disc brakes to
stop these 18 and 19-inch later model wheels are all around.
A good driver, good handling, and decently preserved interior,
which is original to this car. All interior mechanicals worked
including A/C, and power steering makes this car a breeze to drive,
especially after removing the roof section. A joy to drive on a
warm spring day! All functions were operational during the drive
and the burl interior add ons definitely are eye catching in the
sea of red and black.
A 2 owner, garage kept, 2 top 76K mile Corvette, with great paint,
a very nice interior and the added luxury of some burl trim. Forged
aluminum suspension and the 350ci V8 combine to give you a thrill
when behind this wheel.
2-Manual Belts, Front Airbags
P-350ci V8 LT1
5-Bowling Green, KY Assy Plant
105170-Sequential Unit Number
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special
interest automobile showroom, featuring over 650 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914.
Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the
vehicle in person.