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What kind of car was the 1987 corvette?

What kind of car was the 1987 corvette?

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What kind of engine does a 1988 Corvette have?

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What kind of engine does a 1975 Corvette have?

1. 1975 Corvette Base In 1974 it was still possible to get a Corvette with a big block, 270-hp, “LS4” 454-cubic-inch V8. And even the base 350-cubic-inch (5.7-liter) small-block V8 was still gross rated at 250 hp.

Are there any purple corvettes in the world?

Purple is a color that has never flattered the Corvette — or the top half of a Corvette. A total of 527 of these were made and that’s not a lot of cars. But it is a lot of Magic Markers. Harley Earl was in his final months running the GM Design department when it was time to redecorate the Corvette for 1958.

What was the handling package for the 1987 corvette?

A new, major option for 1987 is the Z52 sport handling package, which consists of Bilstein (stiffer) shock absorbers, quicker steering, wider (9-1/2 in. from 8-1/2 in.) wheels and, for the automatic, a 3.07:1 rear axle (which you get anyway with the stick shift) replacing the economy gearing of 2.59:1.

When did the Corvette convertible come out in the US?

The return of the Corvette Convertible in 1986 had represented the first re-uniting of the coupe and the convertible (offered in the same model year) in more than a decade. Despite less than stellar sales numbers in its first year, the return of the convertible option was well received by critics and Corvette enthusiasts alike.

Where is the catalytic converter on a 1987 corvette?

To exhale, stainless steel headers carry waste from the engine to a dual exhaust system carefully engineered to fit the undercarriage configuration. The fact that the catalytic converter tucks up under the drive-shaft channel beam contributes to the low cowl and hood line of the car.