Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
The 1984 Chevrolet Corvette was the debut of the new C4, and it was such a revolution that some people had the thought of storing them away for decades...and one person did. This is a never-titled 565-mile car! And it's not just that it was born it the ultimate red-on-red color combo, but also it even still has the window sticker affixed to the windshield. Oh yes, this is your true opportunity at a time capsule.
When you think about how survivors are treated in the Corvette community, then you instantly understand the attention this one is going to get. The legend of the C4 grows every day, and this is the kind of time capsule that others will use to benchmark their restorations. And because this one is going to noticed, they also made sure to get it in show-ready condition. That means the factory red was given a full professional buff to get it shining nicely. But it also doesn't take much for this one to be a stunner. The fit and finish of the body panels prove this special coupe was stored indoors and not next to any other cars. The iconic alloys shine brightly, and in fact, even tires are original. So if you know about Corvette Survivor shows, this one should already have you already dialing our number.
The festival of red continues inside. With such low mileage, there was even little time to crease the leather in the seats. They even gave it a recent detail to keep this bold presentation is looking its finest. So the whole impression is a car frozen in time. And because the 1984 C4 introduced the targa top on a Corvette, it's easy to show off this absolutely stellar package to the world. The protected leather on the dual-spoke steering wheel is still supple, and it gives you a clear view at the full gauge panel - a true digital marvel for this 1984 debut. A good Corvette comes with plenty of amenities, and this one does not disappoint. You have power windows, cruise control, power steering, power windows, and power seats. This also has power locks, air conditioning, and a premium Bose AM/FM/cassette stereo. Those will need servicing, but the main idea is to make sure the originals remain in place.
Tilt the racecar-like hood forward to reveal the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. And just like the rest of the car, it looks like day one under the hood. While the fuel-injected small block is one of those perfect motors for tuning, this one is far too precious to give it any boy-racer upgrades. Instead, only the right basics were installed, like a new battery, fuel pump, and injectors. That way this one is revived from its slumber properly, and it's ready to drive to the car shows. We doubt you'll really be adding too many miles to an odometer that hasn't come close to its fourth digit-place in over 35 years, but it's still good to know this is ready whenever you are. And the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, four-wheel power disc brakes, and a fully independent suspension are all part of the outstaring driver package.
Remember, the first person to own this one will be the first name on the title! So you know this all-red survivor will have others green with envy. But the only way to be admired instead of admiring is if you hurry up and grab this deal. Call today!!!
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