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Old 05-13-2019, 05:54 PM
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I am looking at a1992 teal corvette. It has full greenwood dealer installed ground effects and spoiler.
The car has 25000 verified miles and is. In excellent condition is 12500 a decent price or should I run from the greenwood package
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Old 05-13-2019, 06:03 PM
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Kind of pricey, but don't run because of the greenwood pkg (if you like it), but don't pay a premium for it
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Does the greenwood package offer any function or is it just cosmetic?
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Cosmetic I think
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Old 05-13-2019, 07:00 PM
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Old 05-13-2019, 07:15 PM
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Originally Posted by sbutcher View Post

If it is mechanically sound and you like it go for it. I think the greenwood package is an interesting part of Corvette history. I was actually looking at the greenwood website a couple days ago.

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Car looks sweet but a dealer is gonna ask
top cheddar for it.
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Saw that car on auto trader.com recently itís at The Toy Store in Largo correct? I donít think $12,500 is a bad price for a 92 LT1 Coupe in excellent condition with 25k miles the Greenwood doesnít add value today imo but doesnít detract either maybe years from now a non dealer installed kit will

that price can get you A LOT Of Corvette today low-mid mile LT4 and early C5 cars specifically so a 92 for that price is a little harder sell but if you like the color and car I say go for it....

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Originally Posted by Steves LS6 View Post
Does the greenwood package offer any function or is it just cosmetic?
They also seem to attract 'speed bumps' and potholes too. See how many fiberglass spoilers etc get damaged due to speed bumps over time.
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Originally Posted by hcbph View Post
They also seem to attract 'speed bumps' and potholes too. See how many fiberglass spoilers etc get damaged due to speed bumps over time.

You have to be mindful when driving a car set up like this.
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IMO you don't need the car any lower to the ground as factory unless racing I'd guess
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I saw one the other day and it looked cool. I was tired of them for a bit, but I am starting to like the C4 looks again. I'm feeling nostalgic over them. Some kits I don't care for, but I think the C4 is one car that ground effects works on, and off.
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My '89 came with the Greenwood kit. I'm not particularly fond of the side trim pieces but I'm not going to put the effort into removing them. I kinda like the look of the rear wing though.



And, yes, I know the rear wheels are backwards.
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Originally Posted by sbutcher View Post
Thats a nice looking car... Try to negotiate down some... Offer $10k, see where the counter come in. Wont know until you try.
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dont buy that car unless your going thru your mid life or reliving your long lost youth..... ask any of my neighbors. Thats a good looking car and can park in my driveway anytime

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