For both owners and enthusiasts alike, 1994 was a significant year for the Chevy Corvette – not because of any significant changes to the car itself, but because of two key announcements made by Chevrolet. First, after years of planning and fund-raising on the part of both Chevrolet and private contributors, the Corvette Museum would finally open on September 2, 1994.
Two-door Coupe/Hatchback, front engine, rear wheel drive
Bowling Green, Kentucky
Integral Perimeter Frame – Birdcage Forms Strong Unitized Body Structure. Aerodynamically shaped body with deeply angled windshield (64 deg.). All major body panels SMC reinforced composite with molded-in coating. Single lift off roof panel (Coupe) effective pass; compartment insulation, tinted glass all around. “Unibase” paint process, final clear coat finish.