Chevy experienced the second highest production year with the 1984 Corvette. Production was scheduled to begin in 1983, but quality problems and part delays forced them to destroy nearly all of the 43 prototypes. One survived: a white Corvette with a blue interior, an L83 350 V8 with a 4-speed automatic. The survivor is now displayed publicly at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky. GM still owns this model. This didn’t stop Chevy from producing the 1984 Corvette Coupe, which came with a liquid crystal digital speedometer and tachometer, aluminum brake calipers, and aluminum suspension.