800 Derita Road, Ste. A
More than just a loaded V8 classic, this is a survivor-grade 1985 Chevrolet Corvette that still has exceptional originality and has averaged less than 850 miles annually. So you're looking at a lot more appeal than the affordable price would ever suggest.
White gives a car like this timeless appeal. This is the factory-correct color, and it shows all the right signs of being the original application. When you see 35-year-old paint with this kind of luster, it's a true sign that this coupe has been cared for correctly. This thoughtful life is also why the body is in such good condition where the doors shut with confidence; the fenders are smooth and unmarked from curbs; and the pointed front end is still crisp. And while this one has an iconic presentation, the addition of polished American Racing Torq Thrust alloys gives it that extra hint of vintage brightwork that loves to connect this coupe to all its famous predecessors.
The gray leather interior is just as nicely preserved as the exterior, and so we know you'll love taking the targa top out to showcase this time capsule-like look. The power adjustable bucket seats provide the kind of comfort that could make some modern interiors jealous. The dual-spoke steering wheel was purposely designed to give you a commanding view of the unique instrument cluster. The digital gauges were state-of-the-art when they were introduced, and great to have them looking so crisp in this survivor. But more than just the gauges, as you gaze across the entire interior, everything looks great and correct. This includes the controls for the power windows, power locks, on-board computer, and factory AM/FM/cassette stereo with premium Bose speakers. And the factory air conditioning is still blowing nice and cold. That makes it the perfect vehicle to cruise with the top off, even in the summer season.
Tilt the hood forward to see the fuel-injected V8 in all its glory. This L98 350 cubic-inch motor has the well-kept look of originality. Everything is correctly presented, right down to the belt diagram still attached to the front. 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 comprehensively original 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, power steering, cruise control, and a fully independent suspension, this ultra-low mileage Corvette also has all the right features to be a great weekend getaway machine.
It's amazing a powerful coupe this distinctive and respected can also be so affordable. We know something this desirable won't stay long, so don't miss out. Call now!
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