If you're wondering why so many Corvettes come up for sale, it's not because of any deficiency in the model but the sheer number made over its production run. Since 1953, over 1.7 million have been built, which is excellent, as it grants Corvette aficionados a great opportunity to have one in their life at some point. Every generation is special in some way, and this 1991 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe hails from the C4 generation that ran between 1984 and 1996. With 73,593 miles on the clock, it has plenty of life left in it too.
The C4's design was pure Eighties excellence that continued well into the Nineties. It was the first comprehensive redesign in a while, with Jerry Palmer, under the guidance of Dave McLellan, responsible for its looks. This beautiful Dark Red Metallic 1991 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe shows why the shape is so timeless, and newer C5 Corvette style chrome alloy wheels grant a lovely contrast. The rear features the iconic Corvette glass hatch with reportedly replaced rear gaskets, and the front showcases the pop-up headlamps that many covet to this day. This is a car that will make you proud every day you step into it and turn the key, even more so if you remove its Targa top and enjoy a partially open-air cruise. Stepping into it entails entering a cozy, yet comfortable two-seat cabin in black. Two black leather seats offer the right mix of comfort and bolstering, and you've got adjustable power seats, windows, mirrors, and door locks. There's also automatic climate control and an aftermarket Pioneer head unit that offers CD playback with WMA and MP3 compatibility, along with an AUX port. Now, let's get into one of the most groundbreaking features of the C4, such as the digital instrument cluster. While the tachometer and some auxiliary gauges are analog, they flank an LCD screen that displays speed, fuel level, mileage, and trip computer information.
This 1991 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe has a 350ci (5.7L) V8 under the hood. On this example, the L98 tuned-port injection powerplant offered 250hp and 345lb-ft when new and sent it to the rear wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission.
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