Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1987 Chevrolet Corvette has an instant attraction for being a well-priced classic with fuel-injected V8 power. And as you dig a little deeper, you\'ll see even more attractiveness with a cool color combo, a ton of originality, a loaded A/C interior, and even the rare manual transmission. Plus, this is a one-owner well-documented coupe!
When you\'re looking for a classic that\'s fun to drive and show, this example really gets it right. It\'s a one-owner example that has averaged about 2k miles annually. You can tell the respect it has been given just by the way the panels line up nicely to show off the C4\'s sleek profile. The Bright Red paint is the factory application. It has a nice gloss and clean presentation that reminds you this has spent 35 years under one person\'s care. You will find a few details that show this car has been respectfully driven, but if you\'re a Corvette person, you already know these are not supposed to sit idly in the garage. That\'s why there\'s a set of modern performance tires on those classic and clean directional alloys.
When you take out the targa roof you can show off how this Corvette is a true red-blooded American inside and out. It\'s attractive, bold, and quite stock, which really fits with this car\'s theme. You may decide to replace the leather of the driver\'s seat or the grip of the steering wheel since these are readily available components. But those of us who love classic cars like these little hints that are a catalyst for telling this car\'s one-owner story. And while the odometer is low, this one was made for the grand tour. That\'s why you have a long list of features, like power seats, power windows, power locks, and cruise control. There are also well-integrated upgrades like the later GM Delco AM/FM/cassette stereo, and the factory air conditioning is blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant.
When you tilt the big hood forward, it gives a great view of one of the numbers-matching 5.7-liter L98 V8. While the fuel-injected small block is one of those perfect motors for tuning, this low mileage example remains stock and honest. You take full control over the power with the four-speed manual transmission featuring electronic overdrive, and this factory unit makes the car quite rare. Despite being a no-cost option, only about 14 percent opted for it in 1987. Plus, with four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS, power steering, and a fully independent suspension, this Corvette has all the right features to make it easy to add to the low odometer.
You get to tell this car\'s one-owner story properly with good paperwork like the original window sticker, owner\'s manual, and a large maintenance record file. This is a great classic and a true driver all offered for a terrific price. Call today!!!
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