SCM contributors Lowell Paddock, former GM senior executive, and Philip Richter, founder of Turtle Garage, discuss one of the most affordable and underappreciated members of the Corvette family, the 1984-1996 C4. 

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  1. Great discussion! I bought a ’93 convertible from a guy who installed a roll bar and tracked it. That Corvette was a lot of fun! Not very civilized, and that was brought out in the video, but it WAS a lot of fun.
    I thought the styling was much more business-like than the C3s and C5s, which is the reason it’s treated like an orphan by many other Corvette lovers.
    I eventually replaced it with a C5 convertible, which is more civilized, but I’m not sure if that’s a blessing or a curse!