This 1985 Chevrolet Corvette is all about making you say ""Wow!"" That's the reaction to the enhanced fuel-injected V8, custom paint, custom body, and the fact that all of it comes at such an affordable price.
Let's start with the paint and body because it's instantly going to draw crowds. The coupe's sharply pointed lines get a few new angles thanks to the eight-piece body kit - including a big rear spoiler. It's all wrapped in a high-quality respray of the .....
factory-correct Medium Gray Metallic. So it makes all the additions look uniform. And speaking of uniform, these earlier C4s had a black strip that hugged the waistline. And when you add in the deeply tinted windows (including the glass targa top) and the black Grand Sport-style wheels, this has an almost two-tone kind of appearance. It's a clean and striking total presentation. You will find some signs of responsible enjoyment, but as you look over the loaded interior and an awesome engine upgrade, you also understand this custom Corvette was made to be driven.
While this car is upgraded on the outside, the interior keeps the stock and user-ready style that made the C4 Corvette such a great driver's coupe. That means a long list of desirable features like cold-blowing air conditioning, power windows, power locks, power mirrors, power seats, and a premium AM/FM/cassette stereo system. The body-hugging leather bucket seats are great for the driver, and you have the right standard features, like the digital readouts and a dual-spoke sports steering wheel on a tilt/telescopic steering column.
The engine bay is quite distinctive with the bright Watson Ruppel Performance valve covers, and that's your first clue that you're looking at something special. This is a 383 cubic-inch stoker motor that was balanced and blueprinted. It was further enhanced and fortified with a Scat crank, HP Thunder heads, a Comp Cams Xtreme Energy hydraulic roller camshaft, Dart valves, and ARP bolts. While that's a bit of old-school hot rodding, this Corvette also keeps its more modern nature with electronic fuel injection and an upgraded computer chip. The result is an estimated 425-450 horsepower from the build! We have a comprehensive list/receipt from Watson documenting the build from around 2006. It's a well-maintained package, but you can also likely give it some tuning for your ideal setup. Regardless, it's a lot of fun from day one because you have plenty of extra power to go with the well-done C4 setup. That means a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and a fully independent sports suspension.
This is a cool and custom Corvette that gives you true distinction for quite a nice price. Call today!!!