Representing the fourth generation of the Corvette, the C4 was introduced in 1983 with new styling, a removable roof panel, an electronic instrument cluster, and in 1992, a new LT1 small-block V8 producing 300 HP. This 1995 example was ordered in Black over a black leather interior and was delivered new in Alberta, Canada, optioned with a 4-speed automatic transmission, 2 roof panels (one painted and one transparent), the FX3 suspension package, a Delco/Bose stereo, power sport seats, and passive keyless entry. Acquired by the seller in 2022, this example is now showing approximately 11,830 miles on the odometer, this 1995 Chevrolet Corvette is being offered at auction by the seller based out of Saskatchewan, Canada.
The exterior is finished in Black (41) with a removable paint-matched roof panel, as well as an additional transparent panel. Equipment includes pop-up headlights, integrated fog lights, a Corvette-branded front plate cover, quad tail lights, and dual low-profile exhaust outlets. The seller reports the vehicle has been stored indoors since new, never used in the winter, and reports minor curb rash on the passenger side front wheel. The seller also notes minor cacking on the rear roof panel gasket, but a brand new gasket will be included in the sale. The windshield and windshield gasket have been replaced with new in the last 100 miles. Detailed images are provided in the gallery along with a clean CARFAX report. The polished 17” “sawblade” wheels are mounted with the original Goodyear Eagle GS-C tires.
The interior features power-adjustable seats trimmed in black leather, with matching door panel inserts and carpeting. Amenities include a passive keyless entry system, a Delco-Bose AM/FM/cassette stereo with a CD player, a digital LCD instrument display, cruise control, a two-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel, automatic climate control, and power windows and locks.
This C4 Corvette is powered by a 5.7L LT1 V8 which produces up to 300 HP and 340 lb.-ft of torque. The rear wheels are driven by a 4-speed automatic transmission and a limited-slip differential. Acceleration from 0-60 MPH occurs in 5.4 seconds with a claimed top speed of 162 MPH. This example was optioned with the FX3 suspension system, which uses adaptive Bilstein shocks that adjust firmness based on ride characteristics selected by the driver from a switch on the console. The seller reports that the oil was changed in anticipation of the sale.
This sale will include a clean title, owner’s manuals, a car cover, and the original bill of sale.