This car is 1 of 664 with this paint scheme. Survivor cars are more and more popular these days and getting harder and harder to find. We have a great one here with this sweet '82 Corvette. All original including the paint, interior, and numbers matching engine. Last of the C3 generation, first on several technological advances like the fiberglass rear spring which is a Corvette standard item now. This car has the beautiful color combination of White with a silver two-tone. The hood was restyled for '82 and the tapered bulge in it is outlined nicely with Black. Changes were made to the nose of the car for better air flow to the radiator and lower aerodynamic drag. The fact that it looks great too is a "form following function" bonus. A Crossfire Injection badge appears on the front fender. Removable glass T-roof sections store in their own bags and make for some nice open-air motoring when you wish. The rear bumper was restyled along with the front for better air flow too. Corvette appears in script between the taillights and crossed racing flags are on the gas cap as well as the hood. Open the door and you will find a wonderfully preserved, all original interior. The door panel is nicely stitched, tight and clean with just an armrest, door handle and power window switch. A leather wrapped three spoke wheel feels good in your hands, has crossed racing flags on the horn button, and is mounted on a tilt and telescoping column. The dash is super clean with the 8046 original miles indicated on the odometer on the left with the tach mounted to the right. The center console has a five-gauge cluster mounted just over the original radio. On the floor is the shifter for the automatic transmission. Pop the hood and you will find the Crossfire Injection system that was advertised on the fender, and first appeared in this car. It was comprised of two throttle body fuel injectors combined with a new computer control system. There are lots of recent maintenance receipts that are things you would expect on an older, low mileage car. New Tires, brakes, and calipers. The power flows back through a new (in 1982) 4-speed automatic transmission with lower first and second gears than the old 3-speed for better acceleration, and an overdrive fourth gear for cruising. New in '82 also was an aluminum Dana 44 independent rear suspension differential and crossmember that along with the fiberglass rear spring saved a bunch of weight. The car sits on factory aluminum mags with 255/60R15s all around. New front coil springs. Mono spring and mounting kit. Bilstein sport shocks. An all original survivor car with maintenance records, owner's manual and warranty card. This car has spent its whole life in a climate controlled environment throughout its life. This car is a joy to drive and still smells like it rolled off the assembly line. You will not be disappointed.