Chevrolet announced in 1977 big news for collectors and enthusiasts alike. The 1978 25th Silver Anniversary Limited Edition. The genuine Anniversary editions were those Corvettes ordered with the "25th Anniversary Paint". It was a distinctive two-tone silver paint treatment with a silver metallic upper body color and a charcoal silver lower body color. Pin stripes accentuated the front upper profiles, wheel openings, front fender vents, hood, and rear license plate cavity. Optional aluminum wheels and dual sport mirrors were required before you could order the Anniversary package. This particular Corvette has spent most of it's life in a garage in Colorado and is almost exactly the same as when it was new in 1978. All the OE equipment is still on the car from the factory and not tampered with. If you are looking for a car to bring you back to your high school days, or just an honest all original car, look no further!
The interior of the 1978 Corvettes underwent a number of changes: The speedometer and the tachometer were redone and took on a more square profile. A glove box was put in. New inner side door panels with armrests were introduced. The washer controls were moved to the instrument panel. The 1978 Corvette's overall length is 185.2", with a width of 69", and a height of 48". It has a curb weight of 3,572 lbs. The wheelbase is 98". It rested on P225/70R by 15" tires on steel rims. Its front track is 58.7" and its rear track is 59.5". A total of 15,283 Silver Anniversaries were produced at a MSRP of $9,351.89