800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This handsome 1969 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is exactly what driver's want in an early C3 Stingray. With a numbers-matching L46 V8, numbers-matching four-speed, and timeless color combo, it makes for a great way to have a very correct classic that's also a terrific driver.
White will always have appeal on a classic car, because when it's done right, it upholds a vintage style while still looking great in modern times. And while the color has eternal attractiveness, 1969 was the only time they gave it a cool name like Can-Am White. So that gives it some fun touch of history you can talk about while showing off this application's good gloss. It really lets the sunlight show off the C3's flowing fenders and long hood. Even on the days you cannot be open to the world, this Stingray keeps its stylish side with the black folding roof contrasting with the white. And no matter how you choose to motor, you get to enjoy the extra brightwork these earlier C3s have - including the sharply-pointed front bumper, two-piece rear, bright rockers, and iconic Rally wheels.
Black and white is the ultimate stylish contrast. That's why you not only have the black convertible top, but also the full black interior. It's a striking color combo, and this Stingray was born this way. The bucket seats, carpets, door panels, dash, and nearly every other inch of this interior has a deep/dark appearance that tells you they made the right investments over the years. The three-spoke sports steering wheel, full auxiliary gauge package, and large speedo and tach are all part of a great driver's package. So while this has an upgraded AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette, we really know it's that bright shifter in the middle that controls your real favorite soundtrack.
The engine is the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. The block wears correct Chevy orange paint, matching intake manifold, and sporty ribbed valve covers. This is from the big power era in American cars, and so it's nice to have the higher compression and high power L46 motor. The V8 fires up readily as it inhales deeply from the four-barrel carburetor, and its smooth-running nature reaffirms good care over the years. You truly get this full control over the V8 and its powerful soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, you have a fully independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and wide BF Goodrich T/A tires to deliver one of the best 1960s classic car driving experience.
This Stingray hits the right notes, for power, style, originality, and drop-top fun. So you know that makes it the kind of car you need in your garage. Call now!
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