I just bought my '95 a couple of months ago for $16,000 in Delaware. It had
30,000 miles and was pristine (for me), at least that's what I thought until
I got it on the lift and found a broken rear leaf spring. No problem
though, fixed in an hour (or two) and I'm good to go. I have a BUNCH of
pictures of it in my Yahoo photos. Look at the pics BEFORE the body kit and
that's what it looked like, you can see it was sitting a little low in the
back due to the busted spring.
Have since put on body kit, did the interior (mostly just cleaning, leather
treating stuff), cleaned corrosion off brakes & rotors, tons of underhood
cleaning and corrosion protection stuff, changed all fluids, etc. Mostly
just cleaning, cleaning, cleaning to get it back to new shape. Hope to have
some money saved when I get back from Iraq to do the LT4 hotcam kit (cam,
roller rockers), and a cat back exhaust, not planning much more for it,
maybe mold the kit.. :) Try to get it around 13 seconds, shouldn't be too
=====================Never even heard of the dealer....but that does not mean a darn
The car is 10 years old.... 8,500 miles per year is way under average
for a normal car....a little more then average for a Corvette however
since they tend to be driven for fun not going to the grocery store...
My 95 will turn over 70,000 miles when I pull her out of the garage...
Personally I could care less if it was 170,000 miles .... I just would
never pay a premium for a low millage car...just not my concern...
Enjoy the car.... Mine has been COMPLETELY trouble free... besides
brakes, and oil...the only thing I needed to replace was the fan belt.
68 SS 396 Chevelle
64 & 72 Corvette Rag Tops
76 79 & 95 Corvette Coupes...
2001 Dakota Truck...39,000 on its clock/ or about 8,000 a year
somewhat like the Corvette you asked about,.... I'm retired and its my
daily driver .. I'll start to worry about it in 10 more years
I know that this is being an old shit but that's what I've turned into over
the years. What does your fan belt drive on your 95 Corvette?
Me, I still have a problem calling it a generator instead of an alternator,
but then 2 of my cars have a generator.
=================================Have no fear "dad"... You can tell by my "Fan Belt" reference that I
also have this same type of problem (a lot of times) and it seems to
be getting worst....
I still think McDonalds Hamburgers sell for 15 cents each...And they
were not the cheapest place in town to buy your date dinner....and
McDonalds did not have a young girl on roller skates deliver your
dinner to the car.....
Yea....I am stuck in the 50's ....
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