Did you ever think you would be able to get a survivor-grade
Corvette for the same price as a used compact sedan? But more than
just affordable, this 1994 Chevrolet Corvette has a great color
combo, huge feature list, and the desirable LT1 V8 under the
The factory original shade of Polo Green still looks fantastic today thanks to years of care. It has a deep luster that looks like a dark shiny emerald when the sunshine hits the body. Corvette enthusiasts particularly love their cars, and so that's why you get one like this that was used more for pleasure than the daily commute (it averages only about 4K miles annually so far.) The C4s represent an angular work of art, especially in these later years where the sharp edge styling is joined by the "sawblade" alloy wheels. And you can see it all so well today because careful ownership means the panels fit flush, the glass is clean & clear, and the doors close with authority - it's a true gem in the world of new classics.
Just like the exterior, you can tell serious care has been taken with the interior. That's good news because the tan leather is the perfect complementing color to the deep green, and you can share this with the world just by taking out the targa roof. This loaded interior means you and your passenger get supportive bucket seats that are power adjustable in just about every direction. From behind the wheel it truly feels like piloting a jet fighter with the digital readout on the dash and the wide array of control buttons. And we all love how the Corvette gives its stats on a small plaque right next to the gearshift. The great thing about a classic from the 1990s is that you get every modern convenience you could want in this premium 'Vette. It includes automatic climate control, power windows, power locks, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and the premium factory AM/FM/cassette stereo that even sounds fantastic with the roof out at high speed. A modern classic also mean modern safety features like dual front airbags and anti-lock brakes.
Later C4s are not only known for their style, but also for the upgrade to the superb LT1 V8. This is the small block you want if you love a car that fires up with authority, is happy to cruise around all day without a fuss, and unleashes its full 300 horsepower performance the moment the road opens up... yeah, we love that, too! And its collectability is secure because this is the original, numbers-matching V8. These C4s have earned their reputation for being one of the best performance machines around through the right packaging that pairs the gutsy fuel-injected motor with the sport-tuned fully independent suspension and four-wheel disc brakes. On those few days that you do go to work, this Corvette can still be your friend with the four-speed overdrive automatic transmission, power steering, and cruise control.
Complete with owner's manual, this C4 has bold paint, turnkey appeal, and a gone tomorrow price. It's everything you want, and it's ready right now. Call today!!!
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