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1987 Corvette Guide: History, Performance, Specs & More

For 1987, both the coupe and the convertible returned, but not without some noteworthy changes to both variants of the vehicle. Cosmetically, the Corvette was virtually unchanged from the 1986 model, save for one, immediately identifiable feature – the wheels.

1987 Corvette Special Editions

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1987 Corvette Engines

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1987 Corvette Market & Sales Data

1987 Corvette auction and sales area. We share upcoming auctions, recent auction results, cool 1987 Corvettes we find for sale and commentary on the current market for the 1987 Corvette.

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C4 Corvette located at the National Corvette Musuem
After a yearlong hiatus leading to a non-existent 1983 production run, the completely redeveloped fourth-generation Corvette emerged onto the scene in time to hit the showroom floor the following year. The C4 served not only as the next chapter within the Corvette’s already rich history but rather a complete redesign,...
The early C4's had their problems, what with the 1984 Cross-Fire Injection and its unusual 4+3 manual transmission. By the late 1980's, the fourth-generation Corvette had evolved into a more desirable automobile, thanks in part to the arrival of the ZR-1. 
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