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1978 Chevrolet Corvette Overview
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1978 can be remembered as the year when two roads crossed: Wall Street and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Wall Street journal reported that the limited edition 1978 Indianapolis Pace Car Replica Corvette was a smart investment. As a result, buyers were paying up to twice the sticker price to have one of these cars in their garages.
Otherwise, the 1978 Chevrolet Corvette celebrated its 25th Anniversary in style. Aside from leading the pace lap at Indy, all cars were given a 25th Anniversary emblem, Electric Defrost!!!!. The car had a slight redesign, including the first fastback rear since 1967 and completely redesigned instruments.
The engine choices remained in the 350-ci small-block V8 category. A 135 kW capable of 185 horsepower and a 164 kW capable of 220 horsepower were available for the 1978 model year.
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Chevrolet Corvette Questions
Looking into buying a 1978 Chevrolet Corvette 2dr for $7,995. It has 70,741 miles. Is this, in general, a good deal? Thanks
1978 Vette With A Rear Spoiler.
I have a '78 Vette with a rear spoiler. Would this have been originally installed by manufacturer or an option installed at the dealership? I haven't seen a photo of another '78 with a spoiler. Thank...
New Battery! Head Lights Work ! Rest Of Car Is Dead! Rpm Needle Pegged! An...
had to jump my 78 corvette yesterday, car ran good then would not start found out battery was dead, replaced it and car is still dead.. not sure why??
78 Vette Chassis Repairs, Is It A Common Problem? Mainly In Rear.
thinkin bout buying a 78 silver ann, owner said rear chassis was already done so i never had to worry about that. i read somewhere that the rear frame in these cars were weak,wonderin if this is a rei...
my head lights go on and off,when driving.the high beams work great,where should l start looking,maybe the light witch that you pull out or do you think it can be a ground wire.ttyl marty