This is a triple-black 1991 Chevrolet Corvette convertible that's a
2-owner survivor with only 27,415 original miles on the factory
drivetrain. See, we didn't even bother to mention the loaded A/C
interior or value price before you knew you wanted it.
Black Corvettes just seem to have an attraction to them. It's like driving the midnight hero. The wedge-shaped profile is unmistakably C4 Corvette, and the shine of the factory black paint reminds you that 'Vette owners respect their cars from day one. Even the factory black soft top retains the kind of deep, dark appearance that will make you proud to show it off. Plus, while this car has an obvious darks side, it would not be a true American classic without some chrome. That's why it wears shiny 17-inch directional alloy wheels.
But the real love affair with this C4 starts when you take down the top. After all there is nothing quite like the experience of having the wind whip through the cabin of your own iconic sports car... and it only gets better when it's loaded with all the right modern features. This one comes loaded with power windows, power locks, cruise control, power steering, driver's airbag, anti-lock brakes, and the factory AM/FM/CD /cassette stereo system. Plus, modern R134a air conditioning means you get to stay cool even with the top down in the summertime. The black leather seats continue the full midnight package, and the driver's one power adjusts to make sure you are in the optimal position every time. You slip behind the wheel and turn the key. In back you hear the rumble of the exhaust, and in front of you a cool combination of digital and analogue gauges do their dance.
The 350 cubic-inch L98 V8 was the mainstay for much of the C4's production run. For many Corvette fans, there's just no substitute for the big hit of low-end torque, and thanks to a vast aftermarket, performance upgrades are little more than website away. But for the lover of all things stock, this numbers-matching motor remains original and shows signs of proper care and maintenance. That means when you turn the key, it starts easy and gives a thunderous roar from the dual exhaust. The four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive is a great highway runner, and it has quick downshifts for when you want to instantly leave traffic behind. The Corvette is America's sportscar that can compete with the Europeans because it knows how to handle the backroads. The fully independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and Goodyear Eagle ZR tires are a combination that will prove this to you every day.
Representing incredible performance and incredible value, this ultra-desirable triple-black Corvette definitely delivers on the promises made by its famous bodywork. But this kind of appeal at this affordable price won't wait for long. Call today!!!
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