Found on Facebook: Custom 1991 Corvette C4-1

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Found on Facebook: Custom 1991 Corvette C4-1


Here’s an interesting custom C4 Corvette we came across on the Facebook Marketplace.

This is said to be a privately-commissioned C4-1 conversion which features the rear fascia updated to resemble the tail lights on the early C1 Corvettes.

Many have tried to recreate the magic of the early Corvettes on later generations and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t. But that’s not for us to decide here.

Found on Facebook: Custom 1991 Corvette C4-1


The classified ad states that five of these C4-1 “special editions” were built with this one being the #005 Corvette in the line-up. Other than the custom rear end and the white-wall tires, the C4 looks fairly stock. With only 26K miles on the odometer, it’s pretty clean and presents itself well.

Found on Facebook: Custom 1991 Corvette C4-1


The seller is asking for a premium price for the car at $25,000 which compares to current C4 ZR-1 and 1996 Grand Sport (driver) prices. A google search of the model shows a Red 1985 C4-1 that was offered for sale at Gateway Classics (ad expired, no price) and a White 1987 model hit Mecum’s Kissimmee auction back in 2016 that was a no-sale with a high bid of $15,000.

Nice, non-collector grade C4 Corvettes can be had for $5,000-$10,000 all day long so invest wisely!

Found on Facebook: Custom 1991 Corvette C4-1


Here’s the ad description and photos of this 1991 Corvette C4-1:

Rare showroom condition 1991 C4-1 Corvette #0005 of only 5 made. 26,800 original miles. Automatic L 98/350. New Z – rated white walls, cruise control, everything works. CALL BRAD “ANYTIME” AT 808-212-8498.

Found on Facebook: Custom 1991 Corvette C4-1


Source:
Facebook Marketplace

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Hideous. I think the mileage is low because no one wanted to be seen driving it. Might explain the low production number, too.

  2. I thought the retro C5’s were ugly, this car is just really ugly. Even though no one in their right mind would pay that much for that car, it wouldn’t be hard to turn it back to stock.

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