USED 1994 Chevrolet Corvette Base
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Are we looking at the biggest bargain in performance droptops today? This 1994 Chevrolet Corvette convertible offers world-class handling, potent LT1 power, and a highly functional and comfortable interior...all for less than $17,000! Better yet, this one has been a cherished toy, so it's nicely preserved and ready to enjoy. By 1994, the C4 had evolved into one heck of a performance car, and it shows. The wedge-shaped profile is unmistakably Corvette, but little details delight fans who can identify each year by its unique signature features like the gills behind the front wheels. Dark Red Metallic is a factory shade that gives you the appeal of an iconic red Corvette, but it is far rarer the brighter Torch Red and also offers a more sophisticated darker tone. With only 45,803 original miles, this is an extremely well-preserved convertible that has always been treated with respect. The factory paint is still in great shape, which should be expected since Corvette owners are simply fanatical about keeping things clean. This kind of devotion means it also should be no surprise that this C4's hallmark pointed front chin hasn't been bashed on steep driveways or blasted by gravel. It is a similar situation out back where the convex rear bumper cap is unmarred by cracks or other signs of parking lot combat. Hard to believe this C4 is old enough to buy beer, isn't it? The Cashmere leather interior is equally well-preserved and looks great with the matching tan folding top. Supportive bucket seats are part of any great sports car, and you'll just love how each one power adjusts to your perfect position no matter if it's for relaxing or performance motoring. From the driver's seat, it truly feels like piloting a jet fighter with the digital readout on the dash and the wide array of control buttons. There is even an enhanced luxury feeling thanks to wood appearance package added to the steering wheel, dash panels, and center console. The great thing about a classic from the 1990s is that you get every modern convenience you could want in this loaded 'Vette. It includes automatic climate control, power windows, power locks, tilt/telescoping steering wheel, and an electric rear defogger for the rear window (they changed it to glass for '94.) And the AM/FM/cassette/CD stereo came from Bose, so you know it sounds fantastic with the top up or down. A modern classic also means modern safety features such as dual front airbags and anti-lock brakes. The LT1 V8 is one of the best reasons to buy a later C4. This small-block has a legendary reputation for proving the flexibility to be tame in everyday traffic, but always ready to unleash its full fuel-injected 300 horsepower fury at a moment's notice. It looks exceptionally tidy under the hood, which is another sign of great care over the years. There's a wicked growl from the dual exhaust at startup that just begs you to take the day off from work, put the top down, and have some backroad fun. If so, you'll be rewarded by the fully independent suspension that has been engineered to hug the asphalt like an old friend. And the total performance experience is effortless with four-wheel disc brakes and grippy Michelin Pilot tires mounted on those shiny Corvette directional alloy wheels. On those few days that you do go to work, this Corvette can still be your friend with power steering, cruise control, and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive. Evidence of a cherished car are in every detail, right down to the included owner's manual and maintenance records. With a top that goes down, a great color scheme, and bulletproof reliability, the C4 is an ideal hobby car that won't be this affordable forever. Call today!