What do god and liberals have to do with an engine check light? Who will be to blame when the Out of Gas light goes on in your Hummer?
I purchased a used LT4 Corvette convertible a few months ago. It has been well maintained and still looks like new. The car is indeed a rocket and a blast to drive. This is the best Corvette I have owned. I have had 2 other C4s before this. Chevrolet really hit a home run with this one.
I did have the dreaded check engine light come on and it was diagnosed as a fuel injection problem. We changed the fuel filter as it was pushing 40,000 miles. This solved the problem.
I am 60 years old, but I still get requests for rides from ladies of all ages. Nothing says babe magnet like a red Corvette convertible!
But, alas I am happily married and the only babes to get rides are the grand daughters.
A corvette is a babe magnet, one can look like a dreg and still obtain a lass!
The vett has always been phat, plus it can out perform any vehicle in it's class/cost in addition to many beyond its class.
Furthermore, the SB V8 is a very dependable engine that is fair concerning mpg!
The only dislike I have is the insurance cost...
I drive a red Viper, look good and typically either attract car enthusiasts or unwanted ridiculous attention only. Looks get in the way sometime.
1996 Coupe; Collector LT4.
My 2nd time around having lost my 1985 in the divorce, :)
The 1996 is a huge improvement as it should be, 11 years newer.
Personally; I prefer the styling of the C4 over the new models and am very happy with the LT4 performance. With two new models having come out since the swan song of the C4 in 1996, the C4 is now admired by many as approaching Collector status. A well maintained, low mileage C4, can now be seen to be climbing in value.