When the term “4K” appears in the video title, it’s basically a prerequisite for watching, and this is no exception. This video, from YouTube creator Go Harder showcases one of the cleanest examples of a Corvette C4 we have ever seen. Fortunately, the cinematography is just as sharp as the car.
There’s no big narrative, just a heavily stylized video that is clearly inspired by 1980s pop culture, in which the Corvette C4 is considered an icon. The music is perfectly paired to boot, with heavy synth tones, courtesy of new-era Retrowave music which, like the video, looks back to the ’80s for inspiration. It’s a glorious pairing.
We took a deep dive through the owner’s Instagram account and have been able to piece together a pretty complete story on this Corvette C4. It’s a 1987 model with a 5.7L L98 V8 and an automatic transmission. It was imported into Poland in 2017 by the current owner. The goal has clearly always been to have a stylish and standout cruiser. After all, how many Corvette C4 coupes are rolling around in Poland?
From there, a custom set of PK coilovers with very short and very stiff springs give this C4 the right ride height it needs to be camera-ready. The real kickers in this build are the wheels. Those are actually a set of OEM Chrysler wheels from the mid-1990s that would have been found on a LeBaron or Concorde. Originally 16 inches in diameter, they have since been heavily modified into a modular three-piece design that now measures 18 inches in diameter and 11 inches wide.
The overall effect, between the car, the music and the cinematography is just wonderful, and does a great job of capturing the 1980s excellence imbued in the Corvette C4, so be sure to watch it in its entirety, and don’t forget to opt for the 4K resolution!