How many bright green Corvettes were made 1975?
38,465 ’75-model Corvettes rolled out of St. Louis that year (33,836 coupes and 4,629 “last” convertibles), an increase over ’74’s total of 37,502. This one was sold new in August 1975 at Sullivan Chevrolet in Roselle Park, New Jersey, and it’s now in the hands of its third owner, Kevin Smith of nearby Linden.
How much is a 1982 Corvette worth?
1982 Chevrolet Corvette Retail Prices
|Trim||MSRP||CarGurus Instant Market Value|
|Collector Edition Coupe RWD||$23,013||$29,254|
What engine came in a 1975 Corvette?
1975 Corvette Overview
|Engine:||350ci – 165HP Engine (standard), 350ci – 250HP Engine|
|VIN:||1Z37J5S400001 – 1Z37J5S438465|
|Transmission:||4-speed manual (standard), 4-speed manual (close ratio), 3-speed Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic (optional)|
|Original Price:||$6,810.10 (Coupe), $6,550.10 (Convertible)|
Is there a 1983 Corvette?
It’s a 1983 Chevrolet Corvette, highly unusual since there was no Corvette for the 1983 model year. For its 30 anniversary, America’s longest-running sports car—the one designed to flaunt U.S. speed, power and ingenuity in a class traditionally dominated by European entries—took a somewhat mysterious gap year.
How fast is a 1978 Corvette?
1978 Corvette Performance Results
|Displacement factor (cu.ft./mile)||—||—|
|0 – 60 mph (seconds)||7.8||6.5|
|Top Speed (mph)||123||132|
|Quarter Mile (secs @ mph)||—||15.2 @ 95.0|