1991 Corvette Specifications, Brochure and Press Photos

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Today we are looking at some of the specifications on the 1991 Corvette followed by the brochure and some media photos. The brochure is 34 pages including the front and back covers.

The C4 Corvette ran from 1984 through 1996.  1991 was the 8th year for the fourth generation Vette.

Total production numbers were 20,639.  The coupes accounted for 14,967 and the convertibles accounted for 5,672.  The base sport coupe ran $32,4555 and the convertible ran $38,770. 

The ZR-1 arrived in 1990.  The “King of the Hill” sold 3,032 in 1990 but in 1991 there were 2,044 that chose this option which added another $31,683 to the coupes price tag.

Ten Color Choices for the 1991 Corvette

  • White
  • Steel Blue Metallic
  • Yellow
  • Black
  • Turquoise Metallic
  • Dark Red Metallic
  • Quasar Blue Metallic
  • Bright Red
  • Polo Green Metallic
  • Charcoal Metallic

Interior Colors

  • Black
  • Blue
  • Gray
  • Red

Convertible Top Colors

  • Black
  • White Saddle

Seat Options Included:

  • Standard Cloth Seat
  • Optional Leather Seat
  • Optional Leather Sport Seat

1991 Corvette Options:

RPO#DESCRIPTIONQUANTITY$ RETAIL
1YY07Base Corvette Sport Coupe14,96732,455
1YY67Base Corvette Convertible5,67238,770
AR9Base Seats – Leathern/a425
AQ9Sport Seats – Leather10,6501,050
AC3Power Driver Seat19,937290
AC1Power Passenger Seat17,267290
B2KCallaway Twin-Turbo6233,000
CC2Auxillary Hardtop (convertible)1,2301,995
C2LDual Removable Roof Panels (coupe)5,031915
24SRemovable Roof Panel, blue tint (coupe)6,991615
64SRemovable Roof Panel, bronze tint (coupe)3,036615
C68Air Conditioning, Electronic Control19,233180
FX3Selective Ride and Handling, Electronic6,8941,695
G92Performance Axle Ration/a22
KC4Engine Oil Cooler7,525110
MN66-Speed Manual Transmission5,8750
NN5California Emission Requirements3,050100
UJ6Low Tire Pressure Warning Indicator5,175325
UU8Stereo System, Delco-Bose3,786823
U1FStereo System with Compact Disc, Delco-Bose15,3451,219
V56Luggage Rack (convertible)886140
Z07Adjustable Suspension Package (coupe)7332,155
ZR1Special Performance Package2,04431,683
Serial Numbers
Coupe1G1YY238xM5100001 – 1G1YY238xM5118595
Convertible1G1YY338xM5100001 – 1G1YY338xM5118595
ZR-11G1YZ23JxM5800001 – 1G1YZ23JxM5802044

1991 Corvette Engine Options

Code | Engine | Horsepower | Compression | Trans. | Fuel Supply
ZTA L98 350-cid 245/250-hp V-8 10.0:1 Automatic Tuned Port Injection (TPI)
ZTB L98 350-cid 245/250-hp V-8 10.0:1 Manual Tuned Port Injection (TPI)
ZTC L98 350-cid 245/250-hp V-8 10.0:1 Automatic Tuned Port Injection (TPI)
ZTK LT5 350-cid 375-hp V-8 11.0:1 Manual Tuned Port Injection (TPI)


1991 Transmissions

Choice of a standard 4-speed automatic with overdrive or no-cost-option 6-speed manual.

Some Trivia…

1991 was the last year for the Callaway twin turbo option, selling 62 units at $33,000 each.

1991 introduced a new turbine wheel design that was used through the 1996 models with only minor differences in finish.

1991 Corvettes got the rear end look from the 1990 ZR-1 including the rectangular taillights. 1991 had restyled side louvers, front cornering/parking lamps featured a wraparound design.

Further changes were made the following year in 1991, including extra ZR-1 badges on the fenders and the introduction of Acceleration Slip Regulation (ASR) or traction control.

The 1991 Corvette convertible top is made of canvas or vinyl depending on the color that was selected.

The optional black-finished luggage carrier is functional as well as good-looking.

1991 was the 10th anniversary of Corvette production at the Bowling Green, KY plant

Last year for the Callaway B2K twin turbo.


1991 Corvette Brochure


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