1991 Chevrolet Corvette Overview


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The Boss In 1991 by tgf
 — i bought this corvette with 41thousand miles on the clock,the car has been reliable and never breaking down,i have 84thousand miles on it now,i replace the alternator,starter,plugs,wires every 36 mont... Read More
The Best Car I Have Ever Owned by Dhotroddave3
 — It is very dependable,fast and with the new tires it holds the road and corners like its glued to the road. and the color changes depending on how you look at it in the sunlight. never been in the sho... Read More
Only 40,000 Miles ! by Bruce
 — GREAT CAR, looks good,feels good driving. drives straight. does not pull. breaks are new. stops great.engine feels like new.just tuned up..top is in great condt. tires are good.everything in it wor... Read More

1991 Chevrolet Corvette Overview

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1991 Chevrolet Corvette

Let's start this article with a long, slow whistle through the teeth. That's how good the 1991 Chevrolet Corvette looked then, and can still look now if you can find a good one to restore.
In the middle of the C4 generation, Chevy revamped its Corvette, and the 1991 was the result. Details that had been limited to only the ZR-1s in 1990 were now on all models, including the rear convex fascia which would grow to be an identifying feature for the Corvettes of the early 90s.
Of course, as much as we want to buy Corvettes for their beauty, the power is what keeps us. The ZR-1 engine was a 350-ci, 5.7-liter monster capable of 375 horsepower at 5800 rpm. Driving felt like flying when I was behind the wheel of my old 'vette. Just another footnote. The ZR1 model Vette is 3" wider in the rear than a normal Vette to fit the 11" wide rear wheels. The ZR1 was powered by a Lotus Engineering designed, 4 cam, 350ci, all aluminum LT5 V8, that produced between 375 and 405hp depending on the year of production. :)


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Chevrolet Corvette Questions


Hood Release Cables Broke, Can't Open Hood

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1991 Corvette

I have a car that overheats when stuck in heavy traffic. Once I start moving the temp drops . The fans comes on when the car is near the red zone. Could it be the water pump, or bad relays. the ther...

186 views with 3 answers (last answer 9 months ago)

I Have A 1991 Corvette Convertible (not Zr1) I Need To Replace The Gas Tan...

I have a 1991 Corvette convertible (not ZR1) I need to replace the Gas Tank Sending Unit and Pump assembly. I am getting conflicting information on what part fits. Some tell me that the same part i...

45 views with 1 answer (last answer 10 months ago)

How Do I Know If My 91 Is A Zr-1 Or Not?

what makes these 91 a zr-1?

223 views with 2 answers (last answer about a year ago)

Overheating Engine

I have a 1991 Corvette that runs in the red zone. I took out the thermostat It still runs hot . I drained the radiator and installed new antifreeze. I didn't open the bleeder valves. All the hoses are...

360 views with 3 answers (last answer about a year ago)