by inaband on Nov 19, 2007 Vehicle: 1990 Chevrolet Corvette
I have a C5, and I had a chance to buy this 1990, for cheap, could not turn it down, new clutch, great sound, needs detailing, but any C4 is a bargain these days, if you find one buy it. These are still simple enough to work on, except for the electrical issues that are hard to figure out...lucky for me, my car is fine.
by WeaponX on Nov 27, 2002 Vehicle: 1990 Chevrolet Corvette
Bought My 1986 Z51 Coupe this Summer
and it Simple Destroys Any Other Car
I've Ever Owned!! I Can Not Say Enough
About the Sheer Amount of Torque in
These Cars!! People Talk about H.P. but
thats because They Do Not Understand
what Chevy and Every Corvette Owner
Knows,YOU CANNOT REPLACE THE POWER
TORQUE!! Any any Gear(I have the 4 + 3)
I Can Snap a Neck Back at the Drop of a
Dime it is Amazing for a Car that is
Almost 20 Years Old and Really has No
Rivals Other than Exotics,NEW 2003
Cobras or of Course Other Vettes!!
Please at Any Chance You Get In Life at
Least Test Drive One of these
I just traded my 1991 Vette for a 2002 Vette and the thing I have noticed is a lot of road noise with this car. I was just wondering if the run flat tires are the reason for the sound. All of the C5 ?...
caps selling on e-bay for as much as $50 to the Corvette restorers because you cannot buy new AC Delco RC36 caps anymore. If you find a AC Delco RC36 cap in a local parts store or listed from an on-l...
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