Add some color to your garage with this 1986 Chevrolet Corvette Indy Pace Car. Yellow pace cars are considered to be a bit more desirable because the actual pace car was a yellow convertible. It’s also due to the fact that just over 700 yellow convertibles were manufactured in 1986. If you have dreamed of owning that year's Indy 500 tribute car but do not desire merely another convertible with a sticker package, you could at least purchase one in the correct color. This is a very low-mileage car Corvette with a consigner-stated 7,258 miles. It’s in excellent condition with all of the correct badging and wheels. It’s being offered up for sale through Classic Auto Mall for $35,000, and you can make an offer on the ‘Vette right here.
This 1986 Corvette Indy Pace Car is dressed in a clean bright yellow paint that’s sure to turn heads. Exterior highlights include dual-electric-controlled sport mirror and a black convertible top that functions flawlessly. It rides on aluminum wheels with a turbine edge, large disc and deep inner hubs with lug nuts, and radials tires on all four corners. This Corvette boasts straight panels and well-minded gaps that are fairly evident. The headlights are clear and the power windows operate without issue.
The interior on this Corvette Pace Car is also quite impressive. There are powder-adjustable black leather bucket seats with several winged bolsters to keep you planted during high-speed cornering or while doing some doughnuts. The digital driver information system on the square dashboard, as well as the lighted information panel in the center downward dash, display important details about your drive. A key fob remote access button helps you get into the car and the rear storage area, which has enough room to house the convertible top on those gorgeous weather days. The carpeting and door panels also appear to be in good condition.
This 1986 Corvette Indy Pace Car is powered by a 5.7-liter electronic fuel-injected V8 motor mated to a 700 R4 four-speed automatic transmission. An all-electric fan cooling system helps to keep everything cool. This car fires right up, runs great, and puts out plenty of satisfying power. The engine bay is all very clean and indicative of a low-mileage car such as this example. Even the undercarriage is wonderfully clean and completely rust-free. There, you will find a performance package with suspension that includes a Posi trac rear and fiberglass mono-leaf spring suspension on the front and rear.
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