1984-1996 Corvettes. A car I thought was cool until about 1988. They did not age well. This was apparent well before production ended. They aren't fast. Almost all are automatic transmission and have reliability problems as well as novelty digital dash cluster that stayed years after everyone was over the fad.
I've seen several 84-88s for 2500 dollars and less as far back as 1994. Unless they are pristine and low mileage you can't give these things away. Just sitting there with 2500 on the windshield for months. Decent 1996s are 8000 and no one is buying. Very low mileage examples have owners wanting 11-18k. At that point everyone knows you can get a similar condition C5.
I beat a white '87 Corvette C4 in a non-supercharged '89 MR2.
Why did you get that Corvette C4? I'd gone with any year before getting one of those.
Your C4 Corvette has the same stock steering wheel as my S-10 and a digital package like my grandmas Buick!