More than just a loaded V8 classic, this is s survivor-grade 1987 Chevrolet Corvette that still has its original paint and has averaged less than 550 miles annually. So you're looking at a lot more appeal than the affordable price would ever suggest.
Two-tone beige represents the 1980s perfectly. This factory-correct color is also the original factory-applied paint, and it absolutely looks amazing with the amount of care it has received. That's the benefit of ultra-low mileage and the fastidious care that Corvette enthusiasts are known for having. On top of that, believed to be one of 451 ever made in this color combination. When this is combined with the straight body panels that let the light roll evenly across this slick C4 body, don't be surprised if the condition of this original two-tone wins you awards all on its own. More than just looking basically new on this thirty-year-old car, the color combo has a lot of modern appeal. After all, there's plenty metallic element in the paint. The darker lower portion looks like the root beer brown that's becoming quite popular today. So you're instantly retro-cool in this 'Vette, right down to those factory turbine wheels that shine as brightly as the paint.
Inside, the bronze leather is arguably the coolest color Chevrolet offered on the C4. It has a great metallic element the coordinates with the exterior, and so you'll love showcasing this one with the glass targa roof out. Low mileage means little seat time. The condition of the bucket seats, carpeting, and leather-wrapped steering wheel are far superior to just about any other 1987 car you'll ever look at. We know you'll love turning the key and watching the digital gauge package come to life. After all, there is no cooler piece of 1980s tech, and so all enthusiasts look for ones as crisp and correct as this one. In fact, the whole interior presentation has everything a survivor enthusiast could want. That's because its loaded with features like power windows, power locks, power seats, alarm system, trip computer, and provisions for the original AM/FM/cassette stereo. Even the air conditioning, now upgraded [in 2017] to R134a is in place and blowing cold. So while this is a survivor grade Corvette, it also is a great classic to cruise all year long.
The C4 was always meant to showcase its motor. After all, few factory vehicles will let you tilt the whole font end forward to give everyone a clear view of the fuel-injected V8. On a vehicle that has been so original thus far, you'll be happy to know this is the numbers-matching L98 350 cubic-inch motor. Everything is correctly presented, right down to the belt diagram still attached to the front cowl. Not only were these motors one of the bright spots in the horsepower-zapped '80s, but it produces the kind of head-snapping torque that made you the first one off the line. That's why we're so excited about this car. Its comprehensive preservation makes it an ultra-desirable collectable, and it's also still a great driver. With a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS, power steering, cruise control, and a fully independent suspension, this Corvette still has all the right features to be a great and reliable weekend getaway machine.
From day one (specially ordered for a Corvette engineer) this American classic was pampered and lived a great, cared-for life. If you want a classic that you can take the winding road to the car shows and attract plenty of attention to take home awards, then this C4 is it. And the fact that it's also so affordable means you need to hurry if you want to take it home. Call now!