This 1995 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is the rear kind of dream
car that's affordable enough to turn into your reality. And there's
no catch as to why the price is so obtainable. This one is a sleek
low-mileage performance car with a fuel-injected V8, loaded A/C
interior, and desirable options.
The factory-correct shade of Artic White still looks great today
thanks to years of care. It's the perfect color for a car you'd
want to use as both a cherished classic and modern cruiser because
it never goes out of style. It also remains looking particularly
sleek thanks to good care and averaging about 2,200 miles annually.
So you have a timeless appearance on a car that shows far fewer
signs of hitting the road than others that are rapidly approaching
their 30th anniversary. And it's more than just preservation that
makes this Corvette such a desirable classic. These later C4s are a
bit sleeker with the revised front end and a ZR-1 inspired rear.
And there are desirable details like the factory directional alloys
and a great-looking roof done in a high-contrast black.
While the convertible top looks nice against the white body, this
one really looks best when open to the world. That's because you
get the same cool color combo with the all-black interior. And
right now there are also newer seat covers that add an aggressive
red streak to the darkness. Plus, you'll be happy to know that from
what we can see, the factory black leather underneath is still
looking good. From the driver's seat, it truly feels like piloting
a jet fighter with the digital readout on the dash, and the wide
array of control buttons. The great thing about a classic from the
1990s is that you get every modern convenience you could want in
this loaded 'Vette. It includes automatic climate control, power
seats, power windows, power locks, power steering, a tilt steering
column, cruise control, and dual airbags. Even the
AM/FM/cassette/CD stereo came from Bose, so you know it sounds
fantastic with the top up or down.
Another great part about a later C4 is the LT1 fuel-injected V8.
This powerhouse has been treated to the same high level of respect
as the rest of the car. It moves this convertible with the kind of
outright performance you'd expect from America's sports car.
Chevrolet has some of the stoutest automatic transmissions around,
and so the four-speed is up to handle this car's muscle. Plus, it
still gives you overdrive comfort for easy grand touring. More of
this car's versatility can be seen in the FX3 Selective Ride and
Handling System. It was one of the most expensive options on
convertibles when new, and it allows you to dial-in your
performance. Plus, with the four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS and a
fully independent suspension, this Corvette has all the right
features to be a great weekend getaway machine.
Complete with the original window sticker, this one has the colors,
care, and price you love. So don't let this C4 drop-top slip away.