614 E. Auto Center Dr.
An affordable Corvette is always nice, but with a supercharger on top of the V8 power, it makes this 1991 Chevrolet Corvette a true dark black speed machine. And when you see that this also has nice features like both targa tops and FX3 suspension, it becomes an irresistible driver's classic.
C4 Corvette fans know 1991 was a pivotal year. The body was updated and improved to really take advantage of the car's sharp-nosed sleek style. Even the now-famous buzzsaw alloy wheels made their debut here. So it just seems like the right design year to have a full-black factory car that has extra ponies under the hood. The factory finish is far from perfect, however, this dark horse look has a nice luster when people see you pass by. Some of us like an untouched and survivor-style look, but this one's value price also leaves room in the budget for improvements. After all, you're already looking at a supercharged V8 car that's built for serious performance.
The full black interior continues this car's full midnight appearance. This was truly built to be a sports car you can enjoy with a grippy sports steering wheel, a terrific mix of analog and digital gauges, and leather bucket seats that can power adjust to the ideal driving position. There are signs of use and enjoyment, but it is quite complete and clean. It's loaded with the best features, like power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, driver's airbag, power steering, and an AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo with Bose audio. You have the freedom of choosing the color-matched black targa roof panel, the fun full glass tinted roof panel, or leaving either off and being open to the world. And no matter how you choose to run, it will always be comfortable thanks to automatic climate control with R134a air conditioning.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch L98 V8. This fuel-injected powerhouse proved to be quite a hardy setup over the years, and so it makes for a great place to add the Procharger supercharger. There are even nice investments like a newer starter and newer ZR-rated tires. Chevrolet has some of the stoutest automatic transmissions around, and so the four-speed is up to handle this car's extra muscle. Plus, it still gives you overdrive comfort for easy grand touring. More of this car's versatility can be seen in the FX3 Selective Ride and Handling System. It was one of the most expensive options when new, and it allows you to dial-in your performance. Plus, the four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS and a fully independent suspension, this Corvette has all the right features to be a great weekend getaway machine.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and OBD scan tool. This is where power meets affordability in a fuel-injected classic Corvette. So you don't want to miss this deal. Call today!!!
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