350 engine, blue leather interior, automatic transmission, 59,560 miles on dash (title is exempt for mileage), power steering, power brakes, X-A/C, adjustable sport mirrors, tinted glass, AM/FM/CD radio, alloy wheels, power windows, tilt & telescopic steering column, headers, dual exhaust, and much more.
We changed the oil and filter, transmission fluid and filter, rear end grease and additive and checked and lubed the chassis. We also replaced one motor mount, power steering pump, power steering hoses, sway bar links, radiator, radiator hoses, thermostat and gasket, and much more. The previous owners spent a lot of money on this corvette over the years with the engine being built with aluminum heads, roller rockers, aluminum intake, Holley carburetor, headers, dual exhaust. They also installed seat covers, carpet, door panels, 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 6,387 White corvettes out of 40,606 total production in 1981.