1995 Corvette Specifications and Production Numbers

1995 Corvette Specifications and Production Numbers

1995 Corvette Information, C4 Corvette Information, Corvette Production Numbers, Corvette Specifications
Today on Vette Vues blog post we are looking at the 1995 Corvette specifications and production numbers as well as details on the 1995 ZR1. 1995 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Coupe Total Production = 20,74215,771 Coupe4,971 Convertible RPO 1YY07 Base Corvette Sport Coupe (15,771) $36,785RPO 1YY67 Base Corvette Convertible (4,971) $43,665 1995 Corvette Exterior Color Choices CODEEXTERIORQUANTITY05Dark Purple Metallic1,04905/10Dark Purple Metallic/White52710Arctic White3,38128Admiral Blue1,00641Black3,95943Bright Aqua Metallic90945Polo Green Metallic2,94053Competition Yellow1,00370Torch Red4,53175Dark Red Metallic1,437 1995 Corvette Interior Color Choices CODECOLOR143Light Gray193Black194Black-Pace Car Replica643Light Beige703Red More 1995 Corvette Options RPODESCRIPTIONQTYRETAILAQ9Sport Seats7,908625AG1Power Driver Seat19,012305AG2Power Passenger Seat15,323305CC2Auxillary Hardtop (convertible)4591,995C2LDual Removable Roof Panels (coupe)2,97995024SRemovable Roof Panel, blue tint (coupe)4,68865064SRemovable Roof Panel, bronze tint (coupe)2,871650FX3Selective Ride and Handling, Electronic3,4211,695G92Performance Axle Ratio10,05650MN66-Speed Manual Transmission4,7840NG1New York Emission Requirements268100N84Spare Tire Delete418-100UJ6Low Tire Pressure Warning Indicator5,300325U1FStereo with Compact Disc, Delco-Bose15,528396WY5Tires, Extended Mobility3,78370YF5California Emission…
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1995 Corvette Magazine Ads

1995 Corvette Magazine Ads

1995 Corvette Information, C4 Corvette Information, Vintage Corvette Magazine Ads
We have three 1995 Corvette magazine advertisements that were used by Chevrolet for marketing the Vette. 1995 is in the C4 Corvette generation group which ran from 1984-1996. A few quick facts about the 1996 Corvette 1995 marked the end of the ZR-1 production run.The ZR-1's larger brakes, were made standard for all models.A total of 527 Indy Pace Car replicas were built at an additional cost of $2,816; all the Indy Pace Cars were convertibles with dark purple over arctic white paint and special race decals.Total Production = 20,742: 15,771 Coupe, 4,971 Convertible 1995 Corvette Advertisments Here are some other articles you might enjoy: https://vette-vues.com/my-name-is-charlotte-and-im-25-years-old/ https://vette-vues.com/want-to-build-a-c4-project-car/ https://vette-vues.com/ed-nieves-award-winning-corvette/ https://vette-vues.com/product/best_vette_vues_anniversary_book/ If you have never seen Vette Vues Magazine before check out what our subscribers are enjoying each month in the Corvette…
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My name is Charlotte, and I’m 25 Years Old

My name is Charlotte, and I’m 25 Years Old

1995 Corvette Information, C4 Corvette Information, Corvette Features
Hello, my name is Charlotte, and I am a 1995 Indianapolis Pace Car (IPC) Replica, one of 527 produced by Chevrolet in 1995. Charlotte is a Pace Car Replica. The actual Chevrolet Corvette Pace Car that served at the 79th Indianapolis 500 was an LT1 Corvette Convertible. In addition to the stock features, it did also have the mandatory safety features that were required by the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Official Pace Car came with strobe lights, a special roll-bar, safety harnesses for the driver and passenger, and an onboard fire suppression system. There were just three of the actual pace cars built. Two came equipped with an automatic transmission, and the third came with a six-speed manual gearbox. Jim Perkins, then Chevrolet General Manager, was designated as the official…
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Ed Nieves’ Tri-Power, Top Flight, Bloomington Gold, and Triple Diamond 1995 Corvette

Ed Nieves’ Tri-Power, Top Flight, Bloomington Gold, and Triple Diamond 1995 Corvette

1995 Corvette Information, C4 Corvette Information, Corvette Features
Story by K. Scott Teeters The Corvette hobby is a sub-culture of the larger car-culture. Within the Corvette community, there are many sub-cultures where owners do different kinds of things with their Corvettes. Some race their Corvettes and within the racer crowd, there are different kinds of racing. Some start out personalizing their Vette that leads to all-out custom Corvettes. Others give their Corvette a pampered life with heated and air-conditioned garages; the cars never get wet and are cleaned after every drive. On the opposite side are the Vettes that are driven, repaired, and enjoyed for hundreds or thousands of miles. At the extreme opposite end of the daily drivers are the Vette Vues Tri-Power, NCRS Top Flight, Bloomington Gold, and Triple Diamond Award Corvettes. These Corvettes look like…
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