Gateway Classic Cars of Denver is happy to present this 1984
Chevrolet Corvette survivor. 1984 was the first year for
Chevrolet's much anticipated new C4 design, which was a DRAMATIC
improvement over the long-lived 68-82 C3 version on every
level.America was without a Corvette in 1983, as GM switched gears
from C3 production to the new C4 design. It brought a more
futuristic look, technology, superior chassis design, giving it
dramatically improved performance, and fuel economy. 1984 was only
the 4th year Corvettes were produced at the new state of the art
Bowling Green Kentucky Corvette Assembly Line, which is still
dedicated to building Corvettes today.The exterior of this one is
much better than most and is a seldom seen in Silver. The majority
of 1984's were arguably red, white, or black, so it is a nice
departure from the rest. Overall, very nice shape outwardly and
appears to be the original paint.Pop open the forward-tilting
clamshell hood and you will find the last version of Chevrolet's
Cross-Fire Injection 350 small block featuring cold air induction.
This was really cool technology back in the day, using two large
diagonally placed throttle bodies, to get air & fuel into the
hungry V8. It fires right up and runs strong, just like it
should.The charcoal interior is considerably better than your
typical '84, showing far less than average wear and tear. On the
road, this 1984 Corvette runs and drives well, and would make a
nice addition to any collection or a great entry-level Corvette to
knock around in and have fun. GM packed a lot of power options in
the car, making it easy to drive, and comfortable.Showing just over
28k on the vehicle this gem has low miles and lots of room for
enjoyment! Backed by the clean carfax!
1984 Chevrolet Corvette
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