1993 Chevrolet Corvette C4 with Cammed 383 LT1 Stroker

1993 Chevrolet Corvette

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
Type: Coupe
Year: 1993
Mileage: 21,470
VIN: 1G1YY23P4P5113410
Color: Black
Engine: 383 Cubic Inch LT1 V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Safety: Driver Airbag
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Leather Seats
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Description for Chevrolet Corvette 1993

My phone number is (404) 780-0520, if you have any questions, text is best, but if you leave a message I will call back, and I'll also reply to eBay messages and emails (email address is elijahkresses@gmail.com).
Below is the URL of a video of it running/revving (the most common request I've gotten from potential buyers), but even with headphones the quality isn't quite as good as it would be if sent by text/iMessage. That's condensation, by the way, not smoke.
https://youtu.be/WCAnKkAi5Pc

For sale is my 1993 C4 Corvette with a cammed LT1 stroked to 383 cubic inches, and a built TCI Streetfighter TH700R4/4L60 transmission. I have receipts for just about everything I'm mentioning about the car -- some of them date back to 2001, but some are as recent as last week. It's got about $5600 invested in the engine, $3100 invested in the transmission, $1200 invested in the exhaust, and $1050 invested in the rear-end. It's a very fast car with the traction control off, but the A/C works great and it doesn't overheat in traffic. Pretty "streetable" car. It's summer time, the perfect time to take the targa top off and go for a cruise.
It's tagged, titled, and insured in my name. Runs and drives great.
Odometer reads 21,470 miles, but I believe it was replaced in 2002/2003. But, the engine was built in 2005/2006 (verified by receipts), the TCI Streetfighter transmission was put in in 2012/2013 (verified by receipts), and it was repainted in 2007 (verified by receipts), meaning the mileage on the engine, transmission, and paint job are quite low. I just bought it recently (selling it because while I love this car, my girlfriend is offering me a sweetheart deal on her NSX, which is my dream car); the previous owner owned it since 2003 and was meticulous with receipts (as am I).
It's not perfect, however -- the driver's seat has a ripped bolster (both seats have nice neoprene Corvette seat covers over them, but the passenger's seat is perfect), the interior is your typical 1993 General Motors condition interior (so, not great, but not awful). Due to the big cam, if it's not warmed up, it occasionally stalls in neutral or reverse (also dependent on whether or not you have the A/C on) due to the lower idle speed of those gears. Ohh, and the power steering pulley wobbles (the assembly is pretty cheap, but the pump is fine, and just the bearing is even cheaper). The radio doesn't work, either (typical of the Bose systems on these C4s, sadly). The paint is decent -- it's been repainted once (in the original color, black) and it was a decent job (but not perfect), but it's picked up a few scratches here and there since then. But, nicer paint than most 1993s.
As I fix the radio, spruce up the interior, and replace the power steering shaft bearing, my price will be less negotiable. The price is somewhat negotiable, feel free to make an offer (but I would *prefer* you come see and drive the car before you commit to buying it, it runs, drives, and looks great, but it *is* still a 25 year old GM product, and I don't want anyone feeling dissatisfied). If you want to ship it, arranging shipping is your responsibility, but I'll gladly assist with loading it.
I'm open to trades, but not to 4-wheelers, g_ns, Japanese cruiser motorcycles, or boats. Your trade should have a similar value to mine. Other sports cars (another Corvette, a Mustang, a Camaro, a Trans Am, a Datsun, an MR2, a 300ZX, a 3000 GT, etc.) or sportbikes are preferred. Cash on top is even better. Probably not interested in trading "up" unless it's to a C5 Corvette, Jaguar XKR, Ducati (must be very clean), MV Agusta, or a driver-quality classic muscle car.
Now, on to the good stuff...
ENGINE:
-Forged rotating assembly consisting of ($1372 total, package/part number 383SR)):
---Internally balanced, forged, polished Ohio Crankshaft 383 "Street Rodder" stroker crankshaft
---Ohio Crankshaft 6.0" forged I-beam connecting rods (individual part number 16000B)
---Forged SRP flat top pistons (individual part number 138093)
-Comp Cams custom ground hydraulic roller camshaft ($330, I have spec sheet for it)
-Comp Cams "OE R Series" hydraulic roller lifters ($170)
-Factory aluminum LT1 heads ported by TPIS ($1250, I have the flow sheet for them)
-1.6x7/16 steel roller rockers ($270, part number 700-313)
-5/16 7.2 TPIS Pushrods ($120, part number 700-712)
-52MM TPIS throttle body ($280, part number 100-153)
-Accel high impedance fuel injectors ($280, part number ACC 150830)
-Thunder Racing keyed crankshaft hub ($85, part number 41-872015)
-High output oil pump ($25, part number MEL M55HV)
-Cam degree kit ($85, part number SUM G1056)
-Duralast ignition coil ($27, part number C846)
-Duralast ignition control module ($112, part number DR196)
-Taylor 8mm ignition set ($62, part number 74225)
-OptiSpark ($250, part number SUM 850059)
-Engine computer ($130)
-Be Cool aluminum radiator made to handle 700 HP ($640, part number BCI 62046)
-160 degree Hypertech thermostat ($18, part number HYP 1008)
TRANSMISSION:
-$3080 package from TCI, part number TCI 373000P2 -- will list most individual components below:
---TCI Streetfighter 700R4 built to handle 725 HP ($2343, part number TCI 373000)
---TCI Streetfighter 10" lockup torque converter with 3000-3500 stall ($525, part number TCI 243105)
---TCI auxiliary transmission cooler ($50, part number TCI 820500)
---TCI locking dipstick ($27, part number TCI 743865)
---Constant pressure valve body so you don't have to worry about TV cable adjustment-New polished cast aluminum transmission pan with drain bolt ($49.95)
-New (last week) TCI Max Shift Racing fluid ($72, part number TCI 9506000)
-New (last week) TCI Racing filter ($22, part number TCI 378500)
-New (last week) LubeLocker transmission pan gasket ($27, part number LUB LLT G4L60)
EXHAUST:
-Hooker ceramic coated shorty headers ($700, part number 32774)
-Chambered exhaust pipes -- they act as the mufflers, and with the cam, give it an old-school hot rod sound ($522, part number 37608A)-Stock catalytic converters/downpipes (you don't need emissions testing on it in Georgia as it's 25 years old, but with the catalytic converters, it should still pass emissions if necessary in another state)
-H-pipe after the catalytic converters, but before the chambered exhaust pipes

REAR END:
-3.73 gear-ratio Dana 36 ($1050, from Ikerd's in Indiana)
WHEELS AND TIRES:
-Authentic 17" C5 Z06 alloy wheels
-Front tires are 275/40R17 Ventus HR IIs
-Rear tires are Sumitomo 315/35ZR17s
-Both pairs of tires have about 70% tread life remaining and have no dry rot or abnormal wear pattern.
I'll include some random odds and ends I have for it as well -- an upgraded headlight harness (uses the original switch and plug to flip a relay, and draws power straight from the battery, so you get more power -- a nice upgrade even with factory sealed beam lights, but a must if you plan to go to H4 bulbs and separate housings), an extra gallon of the TCI Max Shift transmission fluid, an extra transmission pan gasket (a rubber one from TCI), and things of that nature.
Car also comes with the original targa-top ratchet and a spare set of keys.