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Discussion in 'Other Rides' started by Z3PR, Aug 20, 2006.
I like the colors and rims. Looks very good in my opinion.
Good eye. Yeap, that is a 82.
The cross fire badge gave it away , last of her kind , pretty year
sweet looking ride. person who did that was a good customizer.
and when those crossfires were in sync man would thay run like the wind.
the curvy fender vettes have always been my favs... late 70s... early 80s. Ohhh yeah.
That's the 1982 25th Anniversary Collector's Edition. Only custom on it are the rims. They look like a polished American Racing Torque Thrust.
Are you sure on that? 82 wasn't the 25th Anniversary of the Vette.
1978 would of been the calender year for a 25th Anniversary . The 1982 was a collector edition though , just not the 25th edition .
BTW 1 : No manual tranny in 1982
BTW 2 : There was no model year of 1983 , so hence no 30th Anniversary in 1983
I know it's a collector edition, could be wrong on the anniversary thing though. But pretty sure it's a 82.
Yup its an 82 , they had a special collectors edition with the first fuel injection in 17 years . Gorgeous car . Just couldn't get a stick that year . I googled it to verify I remembered it right .
I'd like too have one for a summer cruser. Anymore, I'd be happy with a auto tranny as long as it has A/C, LOL.
Now that's a trivia questions I've gotten several self-proclaimed corvette experts on. Most people don't know that. 1984 was the first year of the "newer" (C-4) body style.
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