The Atlanta Showroom is offering this 1982 Chevrolet Corvette for sale. In 1980, the Corvette received an integrated aerodynamic redesign that resulted in a significant reduction in drag. After several years of weight increases, 1980's Corvettes were lighter as engineers trimmed both body and chassis weight. In mid-1981, production shifted from St. Louis, Missouri to Bowling Green, Kentucky, the current home of the iconic of American sports car. The 1981 models were the last available with a manual transmission until well into the 1984 production run. The coke bottle design body is never more present in the 1982 body and epitomizes the shape like no other car. The last of the body style and if you gals name for Stacy or Patty, you will remember the time of the early 1980's in this ride. When you look over the hood and feel the fighter laid back cockpit you will be transported to a time where the car made the driver. The options include: Power steering, power brakes, AC, power windows, automatic transmission, T-tops, alloy wheels, seat belts, AM/FM radio, and radial tires. To view the car in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Atlanta showroom at 678-894-4833 or e-mail us at Atlanta@GatewayClassicCars.com!
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