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Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

By Malcolm McKay

Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

Why you’d want a Chevrolet Corvette C4

General Motors took to heart the flak about American cars not handling properly, and launched the 1983 Corvette C4 into Europe with the confident claim that it could out-corner any European sports car, generating 0.95g in corners where the likes of the Porsche 928 couldn’t hit 0.9g.

Uni-directional tyres and wheels specially developed with Goodyear helped, and there was rack-and-pinion steering, aluminium double-wishbone front and multi-link rear suspension, both sprung by unusual glassfibre transverse leaf springs and both with anti-roll bars.

Vented discs all round completed the package, which was stiffened even more for the European market.

Combined with clean looks, light weight and good aerodynamics, the Corvette promised much.

Just 205bhp from the lazy overhead-valve V8 looked a disappointment, but it had a wide spread of power and a well-tuned four-speed auto ’box: Europe’s testers were impressed, if somewhat dumbfounded by the poor ride on uneven roads.

Given a smooth surface the Corvette was unbeatable, but it seems GM had given the testers a bit too much of their own medicine, at least on Euro-spec cars; even the US version was softened for the ’88 model year.

Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

The hatchback C4’s roof was an oddity, being removable but a pain to do so because it was securely bolted in to aid structural rigidity. This led to the return of the convertible in 1985.

The C4 also pioneered the introduction of a lot of electronics, including a digital dash that can be costly to rectify when it fails, and electronic ignition and fuel injection that give reasonable economy in everyday driving.

After buying Lotus in 1986, GM tasked the Brits with developing a hot ’Vette. The answer was the ZR-1 with an all-aluminium V8 engine, featuring four overhead camshafts and 32 valves, giving 375bhp.

The engine’s complexity plus the wider rear body, bigger brakes, wheels and tyres meant the ZR-1 was heavier than the standard C4 – but it did 0-60mph in 4.9 secs, topped 180mph, and raised the world 24-hour Land Speed Record to 175mph in 1990.

The standard C4’s performance improved dramatically during production: to 230bhp, then 240, then 245, 300 with the LT1 V8 in 1991 and 330 with the LT4.

No wonder late cars are worth more, though early ones are still fun and, unlike most ’80s cars, the steel substructure rarely rots.

Images: James Mann


Chevrolet Corvette C4: what to look for

Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

Trouble spots

See above for some essential checks.

Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4
Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

Under the bonnet

The LT1 engine brought serious performance to the standard Corvette, without the occasional frailties of the all-aluminium four-cam ZR-1 or the twin-turbo Callaway-tuned versions.

Check all units for signs of neglect and water/oil leaks (or mixing); any problems are more likely to be electronic than mechanical.

Ensure the radiator isn’t leaking, or clogged with leaves, and that the fans work. Overheating from a blocked radiator can cause head-gasket failure.

Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

Electrics and body

Check all electrics work: flip-over headlights can fail, but it’s usually a replaceable plastic gear.

Check the glassfibre body for cracks and crazing.

Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

Dashboard

Pre-1990 cars are more prone to dashboard issues than this late one.

The LCD dash was innovative but fails with age, costing c£450 to refurbish.

Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

Wheels and tyres

Listen for clicking from worn universal joints and grumbling wheel bearings.

A limited-slip diff was standard; check tyre age as well as condition.


Chevrolet Corvette C4: before you buy

Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

Even the earliest C4s had lively performance – though the later examples make them feel tame.

The very hard ride on early cars (especially the Euro-spec Z51 pack) was unsettling on rough roads; it was gradually softened and the advanced alloy and composite suspension components have proved durable in service.

On the L98, check for oil leaks from the front and rear crank seals (£300-plus to sort). With the LT1, inlet-manifold leaks cause poor running and the Opti-spark distributor (used up to 1994) suffers if the water pump above it weeps and the moisture corrodes the electrics – budget £1000-plus to replace both.

ZR-1s can be troublesome if neglected, but are great when working well and they thrive on use. A high tickover indicates a vacuum leak under the plenum chamber.

Upgrades are popular; the best for the L98 is a dual exhaust, and on pre-’92s losing the cats gives 20bhp+ more and takes heat away from the engine. On LT1s, cat-back systems are best.

Most cars have auto transmissions. Check the fluid is red: if it’s black or smells burnt, budget £7-900 for a rebuild.

The manual ‘4+3’ (with overdrive on 2/3/4) is robust; ensure overdrive cuts in both automatically and on the gearlever switch. The six-speed ZF is also strong, but beware of clattering from its dual-mass flywheel.

Electrics are the most likely problem area, and Japanese imports can suffer major issues due to being overloaded with extras. Diagnostics are OBD I up to 1995, then OBD II. If buying from the US, get a CARFAX vehicle history report.


Chevrolet Corvette C4 price guide*

Coupe

  • Project: £2000
  • Average: £4000
  • Show: £10,000

Convertible

  • Project: £2,500
  • Average: £7,000
  • Show: £15,000

ZR-1, Callaway, GS

  • Project: £8000
  • Average: £15,000
  • Show: £40,000

*Early cars 25% less, late cars 25% more; prices correct at date of original publication


Chevrolet Corvette C4 history

1983 Jan Build begins (MY84**): 205bhp L83

MY85 230bhp L98, tuned port injection

MY86 Convertible added; Pass Key security

MY87 Roller tappets, 240bhp; B2K Callaway Twin-Turbo option (c500 converted to 1991)

MY88 Softened suspension

MY89 ZF six-speed manual replaces ‘4+3’

1989 Mar ZR-1 added, with 375bhp LT5V8

MY90 245bhp; driver’s airbag standard

MY91 Facelift: restyled exterior and interior

MY92 300bhp LT1; traction control standard

MY93 Keyless entry; ZR-1 up to 405bhp

MY95 Minor restyle; ZR-1 dropped

MY96 Grand Sport (GS): 330bhp LT4 engine, blue/white stripes, special trim (1000 built)

1996 Jun Last C4 produced

**US model year commences in October of the previous year


Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

Serial Corvette fan Mick Howes got the bug after seeing a C3 drive past when on an army exchange tour in El Paso, Texas, and bought one on leaving the forces in 1998, clocking up 150k miles in 15 years.

He replaced it with a 1992 C4, but sold that when expensive computer issues loomed, replacing it with this 1995 coupe. His only car, it has covered 17,000 miles in three years.

“I couldn’t believe how much better the C4 is than the C3,” he says. “My first C4 was lots of trouble, but I’ve fallen in love with this one. It lives outside but it won’t rust.

“It’s so sleek, there’s something special about it – it has the family line. The clamshell bonnet makes it so easy to get to everything and I love the yellow, which is the Corvette racing team’s colour. It’s also incredibly economical: I get 20mpg locally, but have seen 34mpg on long runs.”


Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4
Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

The Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2/964 (left) and TVR 350i-450SE are alternative buys

PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 3.2/964

Powerful flat-six in coupé, targa and cabrio bodies. Rewarding to drive, but prone to rust despite galvanising, and oil leaks that lead to an engine rebuild.

Sold 1983-’93 • No. built c77,000 • Price now £25-80,000***


TVR 350i-450SE

Loud, dramatic and with a glassfibre body on a (rust-prone) steel chassis, the ‘wedge’ TVRs are not for the shy and retiring. Big fun, but a bad one is a money pit.

Sold 1983-’91 • No. built 2618 (including V6s) • Price now £4-25,000***

***Prices correct at date of original publication


Chevrolet Corvette C4: the Classic & Sports Car verdict

Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

The C4 Corvette is a classic sleeper that can offer close to supercar performance for far, far less than traditional supercar prices – and can be a durable, reliable and inexpensive car to run as well.

That’s if you buy a good one, of course – neglected Corvettes can still suffer from some costly issues, while rare and desirable models are already becoming a lot more expensive to buy than run-of-the-mill examples.

FOR 

  • Late is best for performance and reliability, but all C4s offer a lot for the money
  • Parts are generally inexpensive
  • Good club back-up
  • Surprising economy make these great all-rounders

AGAINST

  • Neglect due to low values
  • Costly electronic gremlins
  • Poor paintwork can be expensive to rectify

Classic & Sports Car – Buyer’s guide: Chevrolet Corvette C4

Chevrolet Corvette C4 specifications

  • Sold/number built 1983-’96/358,180 (inc 6939 ZR-1s)
  • Construction galvanised steel chassis, bulkhead and floor, glassfibre body
  • Engine iron-block, alloy-head (from ’86) ohv (or all-alloy, dohc) 5735cc V8, electronic fuel injection
  • Max power 205bhp @ 4300rpm to 405bhp @ 5800rpm
  • Max torque 290lb ft @ 2800rpm to 385lb ft @ 5200rpm
  • Transmission four-speed manual overdrive (six-speed from ’88) or four-speed auto, RWD
  • Suspension independent, at front by double wishbones rear twin trailing arms, lower transverse links, adjustable tie-rods, fixed-length driveshafts; glassfibre transverse spring, telescopic dampers, anti-roll bar f/r
  • Steering power-assisted rack and pinion
  • Brakes 11½-13in (292-330mm) vented discs, with servo
  • Length 14ft 8½-10½in (4483-4534mm)
  • Width 5ft 10½in-6ft 1in (1796-1859mm)
  • Height 3ft 10½-11in (1179-1201mm)
  • Wheelbase 8ft (2443mm)
  • Weight 3234-3503lb (1467-1589kg)
  • 0-60mph 7-4.7 secs
  • Top speed 139-181mph
  • Mpg 15-30
  • Price new c£26,000 (1984)

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Once you sit in the driver’s seat of a C4 Corvette, with its V8 rumble and cockpit like cabin, the itch to get the car on track and stretch its legs will need some scratching. The C4 Corvette, even despite its age, is a very capable car on track and High Performance Driving Education (HPDE) events across the country make it easy and safe to get that time on track. In the Beginner’s Guide to Buying a C4 Corvette, we went through the thirteen year generation to highlight the model years with the most durable and performance orientated builds directly from Chevrolet. Now, whether you’re a new C4 owner or are researching for the perfect budget track car for you, this guide will review how to get a C4 Corvette ready for its track career.

In this guide we will overview Brakes, Suspension, Wheels & Tires, Motor & Drivetrain, and Safety from the perspective of a relatively stock car. Many aspects of the C4 Corvette are perfectly suitable for a novice driver to head straight to the track with. Other aspects, however, may need some preventative maintenance or upgrades before putting the car through its paces.  After investing in fees, travel time, and expenses for a track event, the last thing you want is a car that leaves you sidelined in the paddock due to mechanical issues. The C4 Corvette is three decades old now and is going to need some extra attention compared to a newer car, but taking one of these bargain performance cars to the track is still a great value. As your skills as a driver progress, the car will need to progress as well, so this guide covers some of the ideal first modifications  and progressions you should consider as you and your C4 get accustomed to the track.

BRAKES

On track, your brakes are going to work harder in 20 minutes than they have ever worked before. Hard work means high temperatures so our first focus on the C4 is brakes.  

Upgrade to stainless steel brake lines and then flush the brake fluid with a DOT 4 synthetic fluid from any reputable brand, such as Castrol, Lucas Oil, or Motul. Even for a novice on their first track day, without the right preparation, it won’t be difficult to end up boiling your brake fluid. A C4 Corvette may not be too heavy, but it is still no featherweight. Weighing around 3,400lbs with the driver and at least a half of tank of gas, the brakes will have some weight to stop so stainless steel brake lines are a solid investment at around $150. The original rubber lines have likely seen better days as well.

If you have the base JL9 brake package, upgrading the front axle to the J55 Heavy Duty brake package is a great budget option to really improve braking performance. The larger caliper and bracket can be found used on eBay readily or fresh remanufactured calipers can be purchased at RockAuto. The rotors upgrade from a 12” to a 13” diameter and also increase in thickness by 0.5” for better cooling. For 1988-96 Corvettes, the J55 package is a direct bolt on and will fit also behind original C4 17” wheels.

Another option, even for those with the J55 brake package already, is to upgrade to C5 or C6 (base model) front brakes. An adapter bracket is required for the conversion, which can found at Van Steel or on eBay for around $190, in addition to purchasing the C5 or C6 base front calipers (and bracket). As a result, this upgrade starts to get more expensive, though rotors and pads are more plentiful and economical for the C5 Corvette which is something to consider. However, most 17” wheels from the C4 generation, typically with the exception of the A-mold wheels, will not clear the caliper and will require moving to a different wheel.

Regardless of set-up, stick with blank rotors from a reputable brand and grab some extras to take with you to the track. Last is a quality brake pad. As a novice, starting with a quality hybrid street/track pad, such as the Hawk HP Plus, is fine and avoids having to swap pads out if you street drive your C4 Corvette often. Eventually though, your driving skills will start to surpass the limits of a street/track pad, resulting in brake fade. A dedicated set of track specific pads, such as the Hawk Blue 9012, would provide the braking performance needed. Though these pads would be swapped for quieter, economical pads when driving around town. It is also a good idea to bring extra brake fluid and pads with you to the track event.

WHEELS & TIRES

All C4 Corvettes from 1989 to 1996, with the exception of ZR-1 or Grand Sport models, came with 17” x 9.5” rear wheels. From 1989 to 92, they also ideally came with the same 17” x 9.5” wheels up front, but then from 1993 onwards, the front wheels were a slimmer 17” x 8.5”. Having the same sized wheel at all four corners, known as a ‘square’ set-up, is ideal as it allows for rotating of tires. When track days beat up your tires, the extra life provided from rotating tires is welcomed by your wallet. If you have a 1993-1996 Corvette and if track days are just an occasional event for weekend run, the stock wheel setup is fine.

As long as you have tires in good, safe condition with sufficient tread, they are ready for your first track day. As your track driving skills progress though, a tire that is not matched to your capabilities will hold you back as you fight the grip limits of your current tires. A novice will out drive all-season tires in a couple of weekends. A proper set of tires are dollar for dollar one of the best purchases in improving performance on track.

If your C4 Corvette isn’t your daily driver, and you’re just looking to hit the track a couple times in the summer in between cruise nights, Ultra High Performance Summer tires are a great option for the street and track. These tires are typically in the 300 to 340 tread wear range and provide excellent warm weather grip while still being an economical option with plenty of available life. The Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 is a very popular tire along with the Continental ExtremeContact Sport in this category.
For someone seriously looking to dedicate more time on the track than on the street, the next progression in tires would take you to Extreme Performance Summer tires with a tread wear rating around 200. Falken Azenis RT615K+ tires are a popular choice here, especially if you are driving your car to the track and back and aren’t interested in trailering a separate set of wheels/tires with you.

Those with the 17” x 9/9.5” wheels would use 275/40/R17 tires and those with 17” x 8.5” wheels upfront would use 245/45/R17 tires. These sizes have plentiful tire choices. Be aware that Chevrolet used some odd tire sizes from the factory, like 255/45/R17 on the 8.5” wide wheels, which have very little options on the market today. You do not need to be locked to that odd tire size.

Make sure to bring a tire pressure gauge with you to the track as well. Ideally, you want to be running around 34-35 psi once the tires are up to temperature. You could always leave for the track with 35psi cold, do your first run out on track, and check you tire pressures once back in the pits and let a bit of air out to adjust.

SUSPENSION

With a C4 Corvette, the stock suspension is a bit soft, but it is going to be up to the task of a novice driver. The age of certain suspension items at this point though may be a concern. Inspect your control arms bushings, tie rod ends, sway bar bushings for deterioration and your shock absorbers for any leaks. If everything is in good shape, go out for your first couple of track events as-is. If those components aren’t in good shape though, it will be time for upgrades or replacements.

For a C4 with the base FE1 suspension, that will just see occasional track events, stay with Bilstein B6 HD shocks. These shocks are excellent quality and will maintain a comfortable ride out on the streets. For those looking to get a bit more serious on track though, the stock FE1 suspension will need upgrading as your driving skills progress. Bilstein B8 Performance Plus shocks are going to be the next move up in performance. These shocks were equipped to the Z51 package Corvettes from Chevorlet and will provide much firmer handling over the base level B6 shocks. Another upgraded option, which are highly regarded in the paddock, are Koni Sport shocks. Recognizable from there all yellow color, these shocks are externally adjustable to fine tune the rebound to your driving style or environment. Drive them hard on track and then soften the shocks a bit in between events to maintain a reasonable ride on the streets.

While you can use the Bilstein B8s or Koni Sports shocks on an otherwise base suspension, to get the most out of these upgraded shocks, you will need to pair them with the right springs and sway bars. The 1988-90 Z51 equipped Corvettes offered the most performance tuned suspensions of the generation, serving as the base for the Corvette Challenge cars. These cars were equipped with a 30mm solid sway bar up front and a 24mm solid sway bar in the rear. Most C4 Corvettes actually used the 24mm solid rear sway bar, so your Corvette may already have it or it would be an easy find on eBay. Use this C4 Corvette suspension chart to identify the year and suspension package of your car to confirm which suspension components are factory equipped on your car. The 30mm solid front sway bar however were only attached to the Z51 or Z07 Corvettes, while most base suspension cars had a 26mm tubed sway bar, so these may be more difficult to find.

The leaf springs are another important part of the upgraded suspension package. The 1988 to 91 Corvettes, even with the base FE1 suspension, were already equipped with high spring rates. Eventually the spring rates softened at the front axle for 1992 and then again in 1996 at the front and rear. Following the Z51 formula, the suspension package included a 115.5 rate (N/mm) spring up front and a 57.2 rate spring in the rear. All leaf springs on C4 Corvettes are identified by a code which is stamped on the spring to distinguish between spring rates. For the Z51 set-up, we have a FHB spring up front and an NYU spring in the rear. The NYU rear spring can usually be found on eBay, but again the front FHB spring can be a difficult find. An alternative to those without a 1988 to 91 Corvette, the base suspension of those years came with a 93.1 rate front spring identified by an FHA or FHC code. These are more likely to find a still offer an upgrade to the 73.2 or 60 rate front springs found in 1992-1996 cars.

The combination of the upgraded shocks, sway bars, and leaf springs will absolutely transform the handling of your C4 Corvette. Polyurethane bushings will also help tighten the suspension and provide crisper steering response, but you will sacrifice some road comfort.

MOTOR & DRIVETRAIN

This category is all about reliability when getting started. Start with fresh fluids, including coolant, engine oil, power steering fluid, differential, and transmission fluid. The power steering pumps on a C4 Corvette runs hot out on track and while a novice may not run the car too hard at first, using a synthetic power steering fluid, such as Royal Purple Max EZ, will help keep temps cooler. For the ZF 6 speed manual transmissions, a high quality MTF such as Redline 75W80 GL-4 MTL, will improve shifting feel and get you ready to work through the gears smoothly. Whichever fluids you use, make sure to put some miles on the car before heading to the track to get the fluids worked in. There are also short throw shifter options from Hurst, B&M, and ZFdoc that are often favorite mods among C4 owners, though installation is a bit difficult.

While around the engine bay, make sure to check the condition of the radiator hoses, the radiator itself, and around the water pump to ensure there are no leaks. If everything looks dry and no cracking is visible on the rubber hoses, the C4’s stock cooling will be fine for your first track day. As you progress in your track career with your C4, and especially if you live in a hot climate, the car will benefit from an all-aluminum radiator. With an aluminum radiator, the cheap plastic end tanks are eliminated, coolant capacity is increased, and the cooling surface is drastically increased from stock to help keep temperatures down. Most aluminum radiators available for the C4 Corvette are a direct fit.

For full track duty C4 Corvette’s, adding an engine oil cooler and a power steering cooler will keep the car running at a sweet spot during hard 20 minute sessions in blistering heat. However, for the occasional track day while you still you daily or weekend drive you’re Corvette, these extra coolers won’t be necessary. If you live in a colder climate, the coolers will only make it difficult to get the car up to temperature while just driving around town.

If your Corvette is new to you and hasn’t been maintained well in the past, fresh spark plugs and plug wires would be a good step to round off this tune-up. On LT1 powered Corvettes though, tight access to the spark plugs and the distributor can make this swap time consuming and frustrating, so set aside some time.

Let’s also cover rear differential gearing. Most C4 Corvettes with ZF 6 speed manual transmissions came with either 3.45 or 3.54 rear gearing. If you check your RPO tag, the code starting with ‘G’ will help you confirm the rear end gearing of your car. The two most common swaps is either a 3.73 or 4.10 rear end gear ratio which will provide a solid increase in acceleration. This is often a very preference orientated modification though. The preference mostly boils down to how quickly and how often you’ll want to shift the transmission since the lower gearing will move your tachometer much quicker. For autocross and small road courses, with the right gearing, you can do almost the whole lap in one or two gears and still have strong acceleration at lower rpms. This allows you to free up some focus away from shifting which is perfect for the amateur driver. A low rear gear ratio, such as 4.10, will add shifts to your lap. For a novice driver, this isn’t a modification you need to consider but as you get serious about tracking your C4, consult other Corvette drivers on track as to their experience before making an expensive gear swap.

SAFETY

The image of fixed back racing seats and 5 point harnesses often gets drivers day dreaming about being a race car driver. For someone starting in HPDE with an instructor though, just simply keep the car stock, leaving the original seats (or equivalent adjustable seat), 3 point belts, and airbags (if your C4 is equipped). The safety components of a car work together as a collection. The OEM 3 point seat belt is designed to go with the reclining seats.

Trying to partially balance racing specific safety equipment with a street driven car is difficult and potentially dangerous. A fixed back racing seat requires a 5 or 6 point harness. The harness requires a welded roll bar or cage with a proper height harness bar for the shoulder belts. As the driver then, you will need a HANS device to keep your head fixed with your body. If you decide to seriously track your C4 Corvette, that commitment to safety equipment will be necessary. For your first track day though and the occasional weekend event to follow, the best investment is a good helmet.

IN SUMMARY

As every driver in the paddock will tell you, putting the time in on track is what will make you a better, and quicker, driver. Therefore, getting your C4 Corvette prepared to hit the track has to start with making sure the car is going to be durable and reliable lap after lap. As your driving skills progress, the C4 Corvette offers a great platform to grow with. The C4 can also accommodate plenty of tire width and with all its model years and variations, you’ll likely be able to get upgraded components for your car right off another model C4 Corvette. This includes the J55 Heavy Duty brake package, Z51 sway bars and leaf springs, and other components that you’ll be able to find at an affordable price on the typical marketplaces. Otherwise, plenty of aftermarket parts are available to continue your journey in building your dream C4 Corvette track car.

Most importantly, enjoy your time on track.

For more inspiration, check out Vorshlag’s 1992 Corvette “Danger Zone” track build in full.

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[VIDEO] Four Year Old is a Proud Corvette Stingray (Power Wheels) Owner

In the development stages of the C7, Chevy made no secret that it was trying to attract younger owners to the Corvette fold.

Well, Chevy, meet Jake, who might be one of the youngest Corvette Stingray owners you’re likely to find!

Asked how old he is, Jake just grins and holds up four fingers.

Compared to us old geezers, he’s definitely got a lot of Corvettes to come. He might even be the first person to drive a nuclear-powered Corvette, too!

This cute little fellow raises his hood and shows off twin batteries, giving him 24 volts to race around the track.

“And the batteries is the engine,” he says, looking toward the back deck and then bragging about his “nitrous.”

And he puts that souped-up engine to good use in this video, roaring down the straightaway and doing spinout after spinout in his Cyber Gray Stingray.

Do we get the feeling Jake might grow up to be a Corvette race driver?

Like all of us, though, he has trouble deciding what color real Corvette he wants, first telling his dad he wants a blue one, then seconds later changing his mind to green. Don’t worry, Jake, we have the same problem! It’s a tough decision.

There’s plenty of time before he gets that first driver’s license and has to decide. And who knows what Tadge and his crew will have come up with by then!

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Mitch Talley has loved Corvettes since he was just 8 years old. He's owned 10 Corvettes since 1983, including examples from the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth generations. His goal is to own first, second, and seventh generation cars someday. He and his son, Chris, also a Corvette enthusiast, served as Captains of the 2014 Georgia Corvette Caravan.

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