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===1991===
 
===1991===
   
Since the early '90s, [[Chevrolet]] continued refining the [[Chevrolet Corvette|Corvette]]'s current design from 1984. There were three models -- a Roadster 2-door convertible, and base and ZR-1 2-door coupes. Back then, the base Corvette came with 245 horsepower, and the ZR-1 with 375 horsepower.
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Since the early '90s, Chevrolet continued refining the Corvette's current design from 1984. There were three models -- a Roadster 2-door convertible, and base and ZR-1 2-door coupes. Back then, the base Corvette came with 245 horsepower, and the ZR-1 with 375 horsepower.
   
 
===1992===
 
===1992===
   
Still a major player in the increasingly competitive ultra-sports market, the Corvette had cars like [[Dodge Viper]] and [[Dodge Stealth|Stealth]], [[Mazda RX-7]], [[Mitsubishi 3000GT]], [[Nissan 300ZX]], [[Porsche 968]] and [[Toyota Supra]] to contend with.
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Still a major player in the increasingly competitive ultra-sports market, the Corvette had cars like Dodge Viper and Stealth, Mazda RX-7, Mitsubishi 3000GT, Nissan 300ZX, Porsche 968 and Toyota Supra to contend with.
   
 
===1993===
 
===1993===

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