1992 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe
1992 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe
$22,500
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1992 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe

$22,500

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Classic Car Overview

1992 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe Imagine, someday opening the door to a Classic from 1992 which happens to be a Chevrolet Corvette. Sporting a mere 23,683 actual miles on the body and draped in beautiful black this fiberglass piece of road sculpture sucks you inside. As you take it all in it starts up and you are mesmerized by the roar of the V8 which is a very worked over LT4 502hp dyno proven engine. With all the work performed by Corvette Paramedics over the course of 4 years and to the tune of $50,000 we now have a C4 Vette with very nice comfy tan and black leather interior that nearly puts you to sleep, when suddenly you are awakened by a snap of your neck, and your right foot is to the floor, and you are speeding forward. That someday could be as soon as today, if you contact one of our car specialists, or walk into our overwhelming mall, and hop in...you dreamer you! Exterior All pristine black covers all the fiberglass, which remains in good shape. A few scrapes are noted on the lower body but otherwise the paint is looking beautiful. A clamshell hood and black removable targa top are just the basics. Further investigation reveals hidden headlights, body matching integrated bumpers front and rear, and aerodynamic straight fiberglass panels with well minded gaps throughout. Simple badging, and round inset tail lights with dual dual horizontal chrome tipped exhaust are seen on the rear of the car and pop up headlights in full working glory protrude upward on the nose when headlights are turned on. 17-inch shiny Centerline wheels wrapped in nicely preserved radials adorn each corner. Interior The dream continues with black leather covered high back buckets that have tan panel inserts. While being grabbed by this leather, use the side and console controls to electronically put you exactly where you want to grab the wheel, shifter, and press the accelerator to start your drive to hyperdrive speed. A smooth black center console races forward to the dash, and houses some storage, seat controls, and the shift lever. Moving up into the center of the dash is an AM/FM/Cassette/CD changer capable JVC radio, temp and airflow controls, all push button. This panel makes a sharp left in an upward curve and melts into the analog cascade of orange numbered and lettered gauges, which huddle around a central vertical rectangular orange LCD readout for speed, and mileage. Nice clean tan carpet with black Corvette embroidered mats covers the floors and storage area and shows little fading overall in the back. Drivetrain This is where things get juicy folks. As the story goes, the owner of Corvette Paramedics was lucky enough to come into a stockpile of LT4 V8 engines and our consignor was fortunate enough to purchase one of the rare mills. Let me catch my breath and get ready for some tech to be thrown at you, and awayyyyy we go...A former LT4 5.7L V8 now is displacing a 383ci of power thanks in part to a forged Eagle crankshaft, Eagle rods and Diamond pistons. The block has been fitted with ported LT4 cylinder heads, a custom ground Comp Cams roller camshaft, and Comp Cams roller rockers. Going further into this killer mill we note a port matched intake manifold and FAST XFI electronic fuel injection. If that was enough of a power boost for you, a Procharger D1SC has been bolted on to provide an even further kick in the shorts. Bolted to the back is a 700R4 4-speed automatic with a 3,200rpm stall converter that sends power back to a limited slip 2.59 geared rear axle. Undercarriage Looking underneath, just as nice as the topside, with no rust, slight patina, and very clean, even devoid of road dirt! A solid construction with extra stiffness to carve those curves is noted. Independent coil springs for the front, and a 5 link transverse leaf spring rear suspension is seen as are 4 wheel power disc brakes all around. Plenty of lightweight materials have been utilized for this suspension and underside mechanicals, all for more power from that killer V8 upfront. Melrose headers are on for the big exhale and send spent fossils rearward through a pair of Random Technology high flow converters before passing through a stainless Corsa muffler set and piping. Drive-Ability A quick starter and hopping inside those leather seats just grab you. After achieving a perfect driving position, it was off to the test track where she performed just beautifully, with rocket-like acceleration, handling on rails, and quick stopping. Steering was tight, and it provided a smooth ride at cruising speed. My crack decoder wasnt up to the test track trip with me, but he did note a bit of blue smoke seen from the tail pipes during start up. We take in a lot of 90s era Corvettes here at the Classic Auto Mall, some have been hermetically sealed in a bubble while others have been beaten hard and put away wet. Typically, they were bought by individuals who found success, and wanted a powerful status car they could fool around with, punch the gas, put down some rubber, and move on to another vehicle. This car could be described as a 1 of a kind favorite toy for its owner, who painstakingly took care of all aspects of the upgrades and maintenance that come with a sports car from the early 90s. Used but not abused, and all very nice and very fast... isnt it your time to own a Corvette? 1G1YY23P7N5114435 1-USA G-General Motors 1-Chevrolet YY-Corvette 2-Coupe 3-Manual Belts, Drivers Airbag P-350ci V8 LT1 EFI 300hp 7-Check Digit N-1992 5-Bowling Green, KY Assy Plant 114435-Sequential Unit Number

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    1G1YY23P7N5114435
  • Classic Car ID
    101835327
  • Stock Number
    4838
  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
    Coupe
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Mileage
    23,684 miles
  • Engine
    383 V8
  • Transmission
    4 Speed Automatic
  • Exterior Color
    Black
  • Seat Color
    Tan

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