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VIN 1G1AY878?C5121110














   
Car Year: 1982
Car's approximate birthday: August 17, 1982
 
Owner: Unknown Owner
City: La Vergne
State: Tennessee
Country: United States
 
Purchase date: Undefined
Status: Current Owner
 
Nickname: 1G1AY8788C5121110
State: Nice Driver
 
Exterior: 40 Silver Green (2.85%)
Interior: 402 Silver Green (Leather) (2.98%)
Wheels: Alloy (26.60%)
 
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
 
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
[$]
  1YY87 Base Corvette Sport Coupe (200hp) 73.40% 18,290.07
  AG9 Power Driver Seat 88.89% 197.00
  AU3 Power Door Locks 94.21% 155.00
  C49 Rear Window Defogger 66.46% 129.00
  CC1 Removable Glass Roof Panels 58.11% 443.00
  DG7 Electric Sport Mirrors 79.90% 125.00
  N90 Aluminum Wheels 66.30% 458.00
  QGR White Letter SBR Tires, P255/70R15 23.35% 80.00
  U75 Power Antenna 61.23% 60.00
  UM6 AM-FM Radio, etr stereo with cassette 80.12% 423.00
  Total   0.0003%
(1 Cars)
20,360.07
 
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Other details: Mileage: 68,607 miles
 
Car history:
Posted 03/20/2017 Stock #: 0408-NSH A distinctive year, low mileage, rare colors, and plenty of features this 1982 Chevrolet Corvette was already pretty darn desirable even before you saw the value price. The first thing that strikes you about this coupe is the color. Less than 725 coupes were painted in code-40 Silver Green, and this color was only offered in 1982. It looks like there has been a recent investment in a professional re-spray to keep this Corvette looking its best. Of course, it takes exceptionally straight fiberglass panels to best showcase this rare finish. The shine of this silvery hue also coordinates nicely with the optional aluminum wheels that were a great addition to these later C3s. And speaking of the later cars, the fastback profile, deep chin spoiler, and ducktail end cap all add to the distinctive look that really makes these stand out. Besides just looking amazing, this one earns its place in history as the final year before General Motors shut the books on the C3. The Silver Green interior is nearly as rare as the exterior. The metallic leather seat package that was optional on late-C3s, and since it represents its period so well, we love to see it so well preserved. And more than just look good, this classic has appeal because it's loaded with options like power windows, power locks, power driver's seat, power mirrors, tilt steering column, electric rear defrost, original AM/FM/cassette stereo, and just about anything else GM could include in the top-of-the-line Corvette. Tinted glass T-tops means you can have an open-air experience on-demand with this Corvette, along with ability to cool it all down with the air conditioning that's been converted to modern R134a. The 1982 drivetrain was a preview of the new C4 Corvette. The Cross Fire Injected 350 cubic-inch V8 was torquey, powerful, and surprisingly efficient thanks to a new 700R4 four-speed automatic overdrive transmission as standard equipment. This is the original motor, and just like the rest of this car, it's refreshingly stock. The offset air cleaner gives it away, and you'll be impressed by how tidy everything is and how well-maintained all the vitals are. It starts quickly and easily, makes a fantastic rumble from the dual exhaust, and snaps through the gears with authority all making for an entertaining V8 cruiser. It also helps that there's a disc brake behind each one of those cool alloy wheels. These final-year C3s were one of the few of this model that were built in Bowling Green, not St. Louis. The modern factory makes these are sought-after today for their superior build quality. Backing that up is all the right paperwork, including the owner's manual, reproduction build sheet, and reproduction window sticker.
 
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