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1984 Chevrolet Corvette 350 V8

With an inventory of more than 300 classics.

USD 9,995
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United States NC Charlotte 28269

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1970-89 Modern Classic


Overview
Color Exterior:   
Color Interior: Red & Black
Odometer: 164176 Miles
LHD/RHD LHD
Transmission: AUTOMATIC
Convertible: NO
Advert No: 148105



Description:

Yes, 1980s TV fans, you''re seeing this correctly: a 1984 Corvette decked out just like the one "Faceman" used on "The A-Team." And even if you''re not a fan of the TV show, this is still a good-looking Corvette with a lot of nicely done upgrades for not a lot of money. For reasons that aren''t altogether clear, sometime during the second season of The A-Team, the producers decided that Face (AKA Templeton Peck) needed his own set of wheels. Maybe it was easier to pick up the ladies in a Corvette than in a conversion van, I don''t know - but the car made a few appearances much to the delight of Corvette fans everywhere. With a paint scheme that somewhat resembled that of B.A. Baracus''s distinctive black GMC van, this white Corvette definitely attracts attention. Clearly the workmanship was professionally done and it''s likely that this clone is nicer than any studio car would have been (the actual car used in the show was a rental with the red stripe added using tape before each appearance). Check out the little details that catch your eye, like the black pinstripe that surrounds the red stripe itself and the "1984 A-Team Replica" decal in the rear window, just in case someone asks. The C4 always looked good in white, and with the recent paint job, this one is unquestionably nicer than most ''84s still kicking around out there. Surprisingly, the interior got a full makeover, too. The original seats were reupholstered in black and red ostrich skin and leather for a very custom look that actually works. You can tell good money was invested here, because the door panels, dash bottom, and even the carpets were changed to match the new color scheme and it''s fitted with a custom steering wheel wrap that carries the theme. It''s still got the original digital instrument panel, which is a great relic from the high-tech ''80s, and as a Corvette, just about everything was standard equipment, from A/C to power windows to a lift-off roof panel. A Pioneer AM/FM/CD/iPod stereo replaces the original Delco AM/FM/cassette unit and soun


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