Biggest disappointment of my life to date.i
September 7, 2017
I bought this car because of it's beauty, and styling. I think it to be the most beautiful Corvette to date. And the last generation that still looks like a Corvette. I chose this C-4 because it was free of the problems and weight of a fiberglass body. It's handling and performance was superb. I had dreamed since I was big enough to walk of owning a Corvette. Much to my disappointment, I found out that the '92 & '93's are nothing more than a Corvette body on a computer designed to fail. I wanted to drive a Corvette, not a computer. Had I wanted to drive a computer, I would have bought a Dell and put wheels on it. I would have better equipment. These 92's & 93's have an ECM that is exclusive only to these two year models. They are designed to fail and they all do. The problem is they will not interchange with any other model. GM has not produced new ones for years. No one has rebuilt units to repair them. And although several companies advertise having remans, I only found one company that still rebuilds this ECM's, and they wanted me to send them my unit, and give them a blank check to fix it. That company being Cardone. So now I have a beautiful, worthless yard ornament that can't be repaired. If I was stupid enough to give these people a blank check to repair this, and provided they didn't run me up a bill to look it over and send it back saying they couldn't fix it,(which has happened). And they did actually fix it. It is still designed to fail, and might run 5 min, 5 days, or 5 years before I get my yard ornament back. My only feasible options considering it has already almost bankrupted me, is to part it out and dump it, or gut it completely out, and go back with a L-98 and a MSD box. The only thing a '92 or '93 is good for is parts for the others. A vintage Corvette that won't run has no value, and are expensive yard ornament. Don't get taken on either of these.