1992 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE MINT CONDITION 84,582 MILES!!
Price: - Item location: Coweta, Oklahoma, United States
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Corvette
- Type: Convertible
- Trim: Convertible 2 Owner
- Year: 1992
- Mileage: 84,582
- VIN: 1G1YY33PXN5108344
- Color: Teal
- Engine size: 5.7L
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Seats
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: White
- Options: Cassette Player, CD Player, Convertible
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1992 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible 2 OwnerCORVETTE, 1992 MINT CONDITION, 84,582 MILES!!
You are bidding on a spectacular 1992 Corvette convertible, bright aqua metallic with arctic white leather adjustable 10 T white convertible top. It is equipped with a six way passenger sport seats, select ride and handling, performance axle ratio, 5.7 L MFI V8 engine, automatic transmission with overdrive. It is also equipped with low tire pressure warning, Delco Bose music system, electronically tune AM/FM stereo radio with stereo cassette tape, compact disc player and digital clock. Additionally this gorgeous car includes electronic air conditioning.
This is a Second owner car, the current owner has all the paperwork on this vehicle.
Late in 1991, it was decided by General Motors that an all-new generation of Corvette would have to be put on hold until as late as 1998. While the next generation of Corvette was originally anticipated to arrive in 1995, poor sales prevented General Motors from expending the budgets necessary to develop a new model. Despite this economic downturn, GM did unveil a new concept car in January, 1992.
Although Chevy 3â€™s primary focus during that time was the development of an all new F-body Camaro.
John Cafaro, a designer with Chevy 3, felt that he should be given the opportunity to champion the new design.
Charles Jordan, GMâ€™s design chief during that time, completely disagreed, stating early on that he had not been impressed with Chevy 3â€™s C5 proposals.
In the spring of 1990, Schinellaâ€™s prototype made its first appearance. Painted in a black cherry paint, this concept convertible, nicknamed â€œthe purple carâ€, was both sweet and sassy.
The car featured both a functional trunk and exposed headlights â€“ both features that had been absent from regular production Corvettes since 1962. Interestingly, the purple car would, despite the mixed reactions it initially received from critics, would serve as a guidepost for things to come on the eventual C5 Corvette.
The functional trunk feature would re-appear in 1998 on the C5 Convertible and FRC models. The exposed headlights would be reintroduced a few years later with the introduction of the C6 Corvette in 2005. Even the transmission, which was mounted in the rear of this prototype, would find its way into future generations of the Chevy Corvette.
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