For sale in our Louisville is this beautiful white Corvette. The Chevrolet Corvette premiered in 1953 and has had a successful run ever since. This white drop-top beauty features right under 51000 original miles and shows very well thanks to a lifetime of pampering. Whether you are looking for collectability or a daily driver, low mileage is the key and you will be searching hard to find a lower mileage example. Propelling this Corvette is the now legendary LT1 300 Horsepower engine with 330 Lb-ft of torque. This engine produces great power, while still giving you a great return on your fuel mileage. With a host of the most common failures taken care of, including the dreaded OPTI-spark, to the tune of 4000 dollars , this beauty is ready to drive. The 4L60E transmission shifts seamlessly and is a blast to drive whether you are flying down the highway or a twisty back country road. This extremely clean corvette is now looking for a new family to love and enjoy for years to come. The interior and exterior are in very nice condition and show very little signs of use and wear. The black interior is not something usually found on a C4 especially in this good of condition. A quick look under the car shows just how clean this Corvette and how well it has been maintained it is. Loaded up with all the options including AC, am/fm/cass/cd, cruise control, lumbar leather seats, power brakes, power steering, power locks, power seats, power windows, antilock brakes, tilt wheel, traction control, keyless entry, ride control, seat belts, driver airbag, anti theft system and aluminum alloy wheels wrapped with performance radial tires. This 1992 Chevrolet Corvette can be seen, including an HD video, at www.gatewayclassiccars.com, call at 812-294-1555 or email Louisville@gatewayclassiccars.com for more information.
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