When we talk about affordable muscle cars the 1984 Chevrolet Corvette certainly is on top of the list. Of course the die hard enthusiast will not agree with us by putting the C4 Corvette into the American muscle category, but the truth is that this generation Chevrolet Corvette defines the transition from sports to muscle car better then any other vehicle ever produced.
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1984 Chevrolet Corvette
When introduced more than 30 years ago, the C4 Vette was meant to compete with the best sports cars from Asia and Europe and definitely was one of the top vehicles the American car industry had to offer back then. Again most people will not agree that any of the Corvettes is a muscle car, but with the amount of horses under the hood and they way it goes around corners the 1984 model certainly shows some muscular attitude and since it is not considered collectible it is one of the most affordable muscle cars you can buy today if you are on a tight budget.
Here we are going to show you a very sharp looking ’84 Corvette C4 coated in Medium Gray Metallic, that has been in a garage for most of its life, it has less than 3,000 miles and is in great health. Set on uniframe chassis, Gymkhana suspension and equipped with the Z51 package for better handling this Vette runs as good as it looks.
This sports / affordable muscle car offers a very clean leather interior matching the body color with comfortable perforated bucket seats, electronic gauges, nice Bose speakers specially made for GM and power windows, mirrors, door locks and seats. Under the hood sits a well maintained L83 small block motor with Crossfire injection pushing 205 horsepower and 290 pounds of torque, which considering the very good weight distribution of the 1984 Chevrolet Corvette is enough to get you going pretty fast on the highway.
Since it is a garage queen this particular vehicle cost about $25,000, but if you look around there are very nice and affordable 1984-1988 Corvettes selling for 4-10 thousand dollars.