Automatic, 42,000 miles on dash, red leather interior, power steering, power brakes, power windows, tilt and tele steering column, dual exhaust, AM/FM/Cassette, Weiand aluminum intake, alloy wheels, and much more. This corvette spent most of its life in North Carolina and Tennessee.
The previous owner had the upper control arm bushings, fuel pump, lower ball joints, tie rod end, trailing arm bushings, rear spring, spring bolts and bushings, Edelbrock carb, and U joints replaced. They also replaced the seat covers, door panels, carpet, and weatherstrips. At some point this corvette got a built 350 engine installed. It seems to run and drive very strong.
We just changed the rear end grease and additive, oil and filter, checked and lubed the chassis, water pump, fuel pump, and much more.
1981 was the last year for a carburetor on the corvette. It was also the first year for a computer in a corvette. This was the last year for the Saint Louis Assembly Plant and the first year for the Bowling Green Plant. GM only produced 4,310 Red corvettes out of 40,606 total production in 1981.