Of the thousands of C4 Corvettes that rolled out over its lengthy 12-year lifespan, the one you want to own is still a low-mileage, well-maintained car that's been loved. With traditional white paint and a cool two-tone interior, this 1992 Chevrolet Corvette convertible stands out and is almost guaranteed to generate positive comments when you're at the gas station or stopped at a light.
This handsome white roadster sports 21,225 original miles, which translates to about 850 miles per year. That means no snow, no daily grind in rush-hour traffic, and no parking lot commutes. The bright white finish glows in the sunlight, and the code 10 White paint is a traditional choice, hearkening back to the original Polo White '53s. This one shows few signs of age with only a few minor blemishes here and there plus a glossy finish that has obviously been lovingly waxed on a regular basis. This is a southern car as well, meaning no rust, no salt, and no underbody issues that even on the fiberglass Corvette can be a problem. It's hard to do better than this, and at this price, it will be hard to resist a sunny afternoon and your favorite stretch of twisting pavement.
This roadster also got a special treatment inside, with comfortable gray leather seats with white bolsters for contrast. Showing age-appropriate wear, but no splits or tears, the interior has a comfortable, lived-in look like your favorite pair of jeans, which is how the Corvette prefers it. We suspect that the white trim was added after the car was built, but it sure looks right, doesn't it? This one was loaded up with options, too: electronic climate control, a Delco/Bose entertainment system, power windows, locks, mirrors, and seats, cruise control, and the adjustable F45 suspension. The bright digital gauges are fully operational with no faded pixels and the carpets almost look new thanks to the low mileage. Overhead there's a white convertible top that can be stowed in seconds, one of the Corvette's most appealing features. Everything works, including the cool digital/analog instrument panel that is more effective than you might think at first glance and ice cold A/C.
Power comes from GM's legendary LT1 V8, which made 300 horsepower in 1992. Performance is entertaining, especially with the automatic transmission, which drops down a gear from the merest tickle of your big toe. There are few better point-and-shoot weapons on the highway than this car; if you see a space in traffic, punch it and the car roars forward and you're there. Some of the most powerful brakes of the era were a Corvette trademark, and by 1992, the suspension was supple yet energetic, delivering one of the best grand tourers of the era. You can see how clean the engine bay is in photos, and there are no questionable modifications, no goofy bolt-ons out of a catalog, and OEM parts throughout. The original, unblemished 17-inch wheels wear correctly-sized Michelin radials, not some cheap off-brand like most used 'Vettes. Nice!
Book value says this C4 Corvette is a screaming bargain, offering a ton of performance and a design that is aging gracefully. Powerful, fast, and with a great color combination, this is a lot of fun for not a lot of scratch. Call today!