This 1978 was the 25th Anniversary of Corvette. It has 53k miles and was used as a display car for the opening of the Corvette museum. It has also been to Indy for events . It has the optional CB Radio and the Cloth inserts. maintained by a true enthusiast. Glove Box signed by Dave McLellan who was only the 2nd Chief engineer of the Corvette 1975-92 after Duntov .The 1978 Corvette was the pace car for the Indy 500. Chevrolet created a limited edition pace car replica, this option added over $13,000 to the price of the car (more than the base price!). This car has distinctive Black/Silver two-tone paint with a red pin-stripe. Production of the pace car replica was limited to one for every Chevrolet dealership. This amounted to 6,502 pace cars built in 1978. To celebrate a completely re-designed body was rolled out with new "fastback" styling. The new wrap-around rear window provided much more space behind the seats but was not a hatchback. Access to the storage space is still accessed from behind the seats.
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