Right now, the biggest performance bang for your buck is unquestionably the C4 Corvette. Comfortable, reliable, and fast, they''re everything you''d want in a modern sports car, and cars like this 1991 Corvette with just 20,524 original miles are a fantastic way to have fun without breaking the bank. Basic black has looked good on the Corvette practically from day one (OK, black wasn''t on the menu until 1955, but you know what I mean). The C4 has aged quite well, still remaining an iconic design that resonates with enthusiasts who know that during its tenure, it was one of the most potent cars in the world with handling and braking to match. Today, finding an unmolested survivor that has been in adult hands all its life is rather rare, given their combination of performance and reasonable cost. Fortunately, this car survived quite nicely and proudly wears its black paint and fiberglass skin in defiance of more than 20 years of service. As GM''s flagship built in a dedicated factory in Bowling Green, KY, paint quality was above average on the ''Vette and thanks to 22 years of being someone''s cherished toy, it looks as good as ever. And nothing makes an entrance like a shiny black Corvette with a rumbling exhaust. Corvettes were pushing technological barriers in 1991, and this coupe is equipped with just about every trick GM could dream up. The basics, of course, are covered: power locks and windows, A/C, and a tilt column, among others. The seats are in excellent condition with only very minor wear on the driver''s outer bolster, which admittedly sees a lot of action, with the rest of the interior looking quite good given its age. The digital/analog instrument panel still has bright, sharp markings and the digital gauges are a lot more legible and functional than you''d think. A powerful AM/FM/cassette/CD stereo pretty much gives you the option to listen to your favorite music no matter what the format and sounds great in the well-tailored Corvette cockpit. The storage area under the rear hatch isn''t huge, but for two people and their gear, a high-speed cross-country trip in this Corvette is a great alternative to air travel. The 350 cubic inch L98 V8 was the mainstay for much of the C4''s production run, eventually supplanted by the LT1. However, for many Corvette fans, there''s just no substitute for the big hit of low-end torque delivered by the L98 and thanks to a vast aftermarket, performance upgrades are little more than a phone call away. However, aside from a performance chip and the ubiquitous K&N air filter, this one carries all stock-style equipment. That means when you turn the key, it starts. When it''s cold, it idles like it should. And yes, the torque is impressive, hurling the car forward like it was launched from the USS Nimitz''s catapult. The 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission is quick-witted and with an overdrive gear, it just loafs along on the highway, making the C4 and ideal high-speed mode of travel. Powerful disc brakes, a reasonably comfortable adjustable suspension, and new original-spec 275/40/17 Goodyear Gatorbacks mean that it''s ready to rock today. Representing incredible performance and incredible value, this Corvette definitely delivers on the promises made by its famous bodywork. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.