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1969 Chevrolet Corvette
SELLER INFORMATION

Streetside Classics-Atlanta
213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
877-367-1835

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MILEAGE
25292

YEAR
1969

ENGINE
8

LOCATION
Lithia Springs, GA

STOCK
5741-ATL

FULL SPECS

Year 1969
Mileage 25292
Engine 8
Doors 2
Transmission Manual
Make Chevrolet
Model Corvette

Corvette 1969

Title Status --
Exterior Color Rally Red
Interior Color Black

DESCRIPTION

This 1969 Chevrolet Corvette gets all the important stuff right, including the numbers-matching 427 big block, numbers-matching four-speed, and a terrific red-blooded American attitude that makes the Stingray an icon.



This coupe is all about having an awesome vintage sports car style with something a little extra to offer. For example, the factory-correct Rally Red paint has a good gloss from a good respray later in life. It alloys the sunshine to show off the crisp details, like the sharply pointed front end, racecar-like fender flares, and the well-integrated rear spoiler. We especially like the flying buttress rear that gives this all-American sports car a hint of European flair. These earlier C3s are desirable for their brightwork that gave you more than the later cars. It's a good polish away from being a show-stopper, and what's most important it that it's a complete package with the form-fitting chrome front end, two-piece rear bumpers, window trim, and Rally wheels.



The black interior is always the right look you want on a powerful sports car. The Corvette is built to be a true driver's machine. That's why there's a large speedo and tach behind the three-spoke sports steering wheel, and the full auxiliary gauge setup is directly to the side at eye-level. There has been a nice investment in quality with newer pieces, including the seats and dash pad. Plus, the radio is a retro-style unit that offers a AM/FM digital tuner. You even have working courtesy lights. But arguably, the most desirable feature all has to do with the breeze. It's a coupe that keeps you buttoned up whenever you want. But the T-tops and removable rear window also means a convertible-like experience whenever you want.



Under the hood is the original numbers-matching 427 cubic-inch V8. It was rebuilt as part of a thorough restoration that gives it a clean look with the right amount of polish. Plus, you also have a Holley four-barrel carburetor, GM Winter's intake, and upgraded headers feeding the dual exhaust. The perfect pairing to this big motor is the numbers-matching Muncie M21 close-ratio four-speed manual transmission that allows you to take full advantage of the enhanced power and the thunderous soundtrack. This feeds a date-correct rear-end with Positraction. The receipt file even shows the right investments in the suspension within the last few years. So while this growls like a beastly machine, it also drives with the confidence that makes it easy to tame. Plus, it's great for your favorite back roads thanks to the power steering, a fully independent sports suspension, and four-wheel disc brakes.



Here's an iconic classic that knows how to get attention and bring serious power to the streets. Don't miss out, call today!

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