The biggest bargain in performance cars today? The C4 Corvette. World-class handling and brakes, potent LT1 power, and an interior that is as comfortable as it is functional, all for less than $20 grand? Better yet, cars like this 1994 convertible have typically been cherished toys, not daily drivers, so it''s nicely preserved and highly documented by two fastidious owners. By 1994, the C4 had evolved into one heck of a performance car and it shows. The wedge-shaped profile is unmistakably Corvette, but little details delight fans who can identify each year by its unique signature features like the gills behind the front wheels. With only 31,043 original miles, this is an extremely well-preserved convertible that has always been garaged, waxed, and treated with respect. Arctic White doesn''t sound all that thrilling on paper, but on the Corvette''s legendary fiberglass skin, it looks pretty darned good, especially with the contrasting black details. The factory paint is still in great shape, which should be expected since Corvette owners are simply fanatical about keeping things clean. The chin hasn''t been scuffed on steep driveways and the rockers haven''t been blasted by gravel, and the convex rear bumper cap is unmarred by cracks or other signs of age. Hard to believe this C4 is almost 20 years old, isn''t it? The black leather interior is equally well-preserved and looks dynamite against the bright white paint job. Supportive bucket seats were always part of the Corvette features list, but the chairs in this ''94 go above and beyond the call of duty, offering comfort and grip in equal measure. Of course, it helps that they''re power adjustable in just about every direction, and the leather is in excellent shape with no sign of drying or cracking. Folks in the automotive press always criticized the Corvette''s combination of analog and digital gauges, but the setup works quite well once you''ve acclimated to the look, and for technophiles, the button-covered instrument panel is a dream come true. Everything was standard, from automatic climate control and power windows to a digital information center and adjustable suspension, and all of it was rock-solid reliable in the ''Vette. The stereo sounds great, even with the top down, and speaking of the top, it''s black canvas that can be stowed in seconds, creating one of the sleekest convertibles of all time. The 350 cubic inch LT1 needs no introduction. The final iteration of the first-generation small block V8, it moves the Corvette with genuine authority that still delivers plenty of smiles today. It''s also bulletproof reliable and happy to trundle around town without complaint. With such low mileage, this one is hardly even broken-in yet, and with a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission and optional performance axle ratio, it''s a fantastic point-and-shoot machine for tight traffic situations. And while modifications for these cars are plentiful, this one remains 100% stock, so reliability and drivability have not been compromised. Shiny Corvette directional alloys (left and right wheels are designed to face the same direction) wear new 255/45/17 front and 285/40/17 rear Michelin radials. Fully documented with window sticker, dealer sales materials, original VHS demo tape, and other valuable paperwork, this Corvette is a future investment that pays off today with big fun. Call now! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.