1993 Chevy Corsica
I'm selling my 1993 Chevy Corsica and I'm just using this video to help
sell it. Its sold now, its actually been sold for a long time.
Chevy Corsica 30-120 mph pull
30-120 pull on a 1995 Chevy COrsica 3100 SFI V6 i stopped once i hit
around 118,119 because the speed limiter would kick in and wouldnt let me
go faster..pls comment. and please
no hatin SH*T its just a 3.1 it aint no FERRARI or LAMB0.
Test Drive 1993 Chevrolet Corsica LT
In this video I give a short tour and test drive of a 1993 Chevrolet
Corsica LT. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and
exterior of this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and
noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I show the car idling as
well as take it on a thorough test drive through the city and highway on
various surfaces. A thorough drive of this car designed to give others a
greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
132635 / 1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
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This sizzling black and orange 1979 Camaro is a documented, numbers
matching Z28 that is fresh out of a top-notch restoration which combines
the best virtues of originality with straight body and a fresh interior.
Built in Van Nuys, California and delivered to William H. Stahl Chevrolet
in Southampton, Pennsylvania this 1979 Z28 looks flat out sinister in its
slick coat of correct GM code 19 black paint. During its 32 years of
careful and limited road time, this F2 has never been wrecked,
significantly damaged in any way or torn apart for itemized repairs.
Recently, the car was fully restored to better than new condition and
presents exceptionally straight panel alignment which lends the fresh gloss
black basecoat/clearcoat a straight and smooth sheen from panel to panel.
Pop the hood on this cool '79 F-body and you'll find the cars original LM1
350 cubic inch small block V8! Mechanically, this 350 is a great sounding
motor that has been immaculately maintained throughout its entire
existence. Visually, it's a clean piece in a highly correct engine
compartment that presents extremely well. Just below the hood, a satin
black air cleaner pipes cool air into a correct Quadrajet carburetor that's
equipped with a correct yellow spring. Below that carburetor, the engine
block displays GM's traditional corporate blue paint from its intake to its
oil pan and sends Exhaust through
original cast iron Exhaust manifolds
that still retain their factory heat shields. At the back of the motor, a
correct Delco-Remy HEI distributor sends fire through gray suppression plug
wires, and at the front of the motor, a new battery and fresh cables join
correct hoses, correct clamps and fresh V-belts to provide rock solid
Underneath this Camaro,
straight and solid floorpans are bolted to a clean 32 year old chassis over
an original 3-speed turbo-Hydramatic
automatic transmission and a correct option GU6 10 bolt Posi-traction rear
axle with performance biased 3.42 gears. If you're a Chevrolet fan, then
you know any time an F option code is listed on the build sheet, it means
some serious suspension upgrades. According to this Camaros build sheet, it is
equipped with the Z28 specific F41 special suspension which for 1979, added
higher rate springs, stiffer valved shocks, and a thick rear sway bar. That
aggressive handling package is further augmented by correct J50 power front
disc and power rear drum brakes and factory equipped power steering. At the
center of the car, a fresh mandrel bent dual Exhaust system makes good use of an H-pipe and
factory replacement mufflers; and at the back of the car a new stainless
fuel tank sends fuel through new stainless fuel lines. Torque flows to the
pavement through beautifully restored 15 inch GM turbine wheels that wear
modern 225/70 BF Goodrich Radial T/As at all four corners.
This Camaro's well
maintained GM code 74R Carmine Red interior looks good and feels great. The
custom cloth seats benefit from firm padding and solid frames that are in
excellent shape, and great looking reproduction carpet is protected by
correct front and rear factory optioned floor mats. On the roof, a tight
headliner frames a round dome light that, along with all of the other
factory optioned accessory lights, works like brand new. Between the seats,
a red full length console houses a correct factory shifter in front of
chrome switches for the cars optional power windows. In front of the
shifter, a soft and warp free dash houses new for 1979 gauges above
controls for the cars HVAC system and a date correct radio. At the sides of
the seats, stainless trimmed door panels feature cool "Z28" emblems along
with stainless trim, chrome door handles and like-new door grabs. The
simulated rope steering wheel looks perfect atop its red tilt column, and
behind the rear seats, you'll find a restored trunk that contains a correct
14 inch Stowaway spare tire.
With an original numbers matching drivetrain and a killer color
combination, this '79 Z28 is the kind of car that you can drive and show
off for years while watching its value grow. Call, click or visit
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95 Chevy Corsica, Electric Vehicle - EV (fully electric car)
Ive been working on this project for almost 1 year and spend a lot of time
and money with it I was planning to add another 6 batteries in the trunk,
however, I am really short on money right now and cant afford it. But the
vehicle has a lot of trunk space and would be very install the batteries to
increase your range.
The 6 batteries located in the engine compartment are new; I bought 6 Dual
purpose Deep cycle marine batteries from AutoZone. The batteries are in
VERY GOOD CONDITION, LIKE NEW and should last many years.
I drove this EV and was able to get it up to 55 MP/H (or 88 KM/H). It
drives very nice and smooth without any problems. When this car was in its
early development stages, I had to make a decision between performance and
range, so I tried to balance it. This 72V system was designed to work with
12V batteries (six in the front and six in the back) but I havent added the
6 in the back.
Most people choose manual transmission for their EVssince I didnt have a
donor car with manual transmission I designed everything to accommodate
that. I kept the original torque converter in the transmission, but the new
owner can pick new torque converter that requires less spin of the motor to
lock it making the acceleration better. But for me it drives fine as it is.
This is only optional.
I am sorry, but I dont have any other information on the motor. I measured
about 7 inches diameter and about 14 inches long. (Not counting the shaft)
Its an Advanced DC Series Wound Motor.
I havent driven this car until the batteries are drained so I really cant
tell how far it will go. I got about 15 miles and the 72V bank was reading
72.1 Volts. I started with the reading of 78.3 volts. The batteries are not
broken in yet, it will increase overtime. There is only 6 batteries right
now, once the new battery bank is set in the trunk, range should increase
dramatically. (the battery bank in the back should be connected in parallel
with the front battery bank, increasing the amperage capacity, but keeping
it at 72V)
Charging Time: 2-6 hours (depending how much you drove before charging) the
battery bank is small, and if you drive down a few miles only, it charges
up in about 1 hour or so.
Top Speed: 55 MHP (on straight road) Ive had this EV as high as 55 MHP, but
I live in the city and only drive around 30-35MPH
All the electrical parts, such as headlights, blinkers, stop light, reverse
light, high beams, etc are working properly.
The instrument cluster was completely re-done to fit this EV. I wanted to
give a factory look so I kept everything as factory as possible. When you
look at the car and even when you get in You wont notice the difference
until you start driving it.
Ive added 2 digital meters to monitor the two 12V batteries and 72V battery
bank. I custom made the new dash to incorporate the words System Engaged
when the vehicle is turned ON and also put a charging indicator in blue
letters (lit when plugged) so you dont drive away when the car is plugged
in) they are very visible even in daylight.
The interior is very nice and clean (but please, expect normal wear and
tear), the mats and seat covers are new. The back seat could use a seat
cover as well, but its not bad.
I never drove it with more than the driver and one passenger. But I am sure
it can take 2 passengers in the back.
I drove this EV for more than 100 miles so far, it drives really nice, but
there is a little difference while driving an EV. For example when you
stop, the electric motor stops as well, so if you are on some type of
incline, you have to either keep the motor running at low speed (which is
not recommended at all, waists energy!!!) or press the breaks while you
accelerate a bit so the car wont start moving back. But you get used to it
after a few miles.
The tires on the EV are ok, with about half life on them.
The body of the car is in very good shape for a 1995 car. There are some
fading in the rear bumper, a ding in the passenger side door and a dent on
the drivers side door right by the mirror. The drivers side door mirror is
off, looks a little bent, I dont want to pop in place because I dont want
to break the plastic around it. Its working just fine and you can adjust
I added two 12V fans on top of the controller to keep it cool during
driving. Both fans come on and off as the car is turned ON and OFF.
Fast 1993 chevy corsica
my 1993 Chevy Corsica with i 3.1 V6 i tinted the windows got a new muffler,
installed a AIr Intake and a Tachometer. has about 150 hp. i love this car.
1993 Chevrolet Corsica LT Start Up, Exhaust, In Depth Tour, and Short Drive
In this video I give a full in depth tour of a 1993 Chevrolet Corsica LT. I
take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car
while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling
cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it,
start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration, with a short driving
segment. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a
greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.