What can I say, it's a 1992 Corvette. It's fast enough for me, cool enough for me, and cool enough to give her a name. She's got plastic creak and a broken speaker but other than that she boogies. She's hard to get in and out of and there is no, I repeat, no foot room. But she's plenty fast, handles great and looks awesome. I've always wanted a second generation C4, especially after owning a 86. Good car, great for the price and performance.
This is my second Vette. The first was an 82 Collector Edition. It was a good car and a lot of fun but had major problems. This car Easily gets 30mpg On the highway if I use "cruise". The car was sold new in Germany to a military person and shipped back here in '97. It's in great shape uses NO fluids of any type and ahs had to have no repairs since I bought it. Red w/black int. it's a real eye catcher and a lot of fun that costs me near nothing! I would only trade it for a newer one. I'm totally sold on Corvettes! Dollar for dollar, the best sports car in the world!
I bought the car with 15,000 miles and
one year later have 25,000 miles on it.
It is a lot of fun, although a pain to
get into. Once you are in it feels like
you are wearing the car. I average 25
mpg on the road with my foot in it.
Where else can you get this much power
and still get respectable gas mileage?
Awesome acceleration, great looks, and
the attention it gets.
The car has been improved. My only
complaint with the car is the harsh
ride, but it is a Corvette and not a
Cadillac. If you want a smooth ride buy