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.
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!
Vehicle was powered over those years by these engines: 5.7L L83 (Crossfire motor), 5.7L L98 (TPI (Tuned Port Injection) motor), 5.7L LT1 motor, and the ever so rare 5.7L LT4 motor (all are in order with release dates and the amount of HP they put out).
The 80's manual transmission Corvettes were supplied by a Doug Nash 4+3 transmission (4 regular gears, the top 3 supplied with an overdrive gear). The TPI motor with this transmission was rumored to top out over 200MPH.
Was the 1st Corvette generation to combine sleek, hatchback styling with clean HP and torque and Digital gauges in the dash.
Ron : Yea, 30 G's and this shit hit a 14.8 quarter at the track. My shits ill.
John: Yo kid, i just copped a 1986 Corvette from this 52 year old dude for $5600 and I had an exhaust system and headers done for $3k and I ran a 13.8 in the quarter. Corvette C4 FTW. You're retarded son.