800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1977 Chevrolet Corvette has been given solid investments in the last few years that include an enhanced crate V8, a terrific side pipe upgrade, and a comfy loaded leather interior. So it takes all that you love about a great driving classic and turns it up a notch...all for an affordable price.
The '77 car hits the sweet spot for many C3 Stingray fans. It's one of the few years that combines the right styling elements. This means the full color-matched bumper set (with a single-piece rear) that also has the smooth flying buttress-style rear end deck. It all shows quite well today because the factory-correct Corvette Tan was resprayed a few years ago. There's a nice gloss that does a good job of showing off the well-fitting panels, and the pinstripes are a premium way to highlight the C3's awesome curvy fenders. But while this has a quality classic look, you also know those side pipes are going to give this one a terrific sports car growl, too.
The Buckskin interior makes for quite a handsome color combo against the exterior, and so you'll happily take the T-tops out to share the full color package. It looks good when cruising, and in fact, you'll find the right thoughtful details for a driver's car. Some pieces are classic, like the high-back bucket seats finished in leather. Others are upgrades, like the AM/FM radio with USB input for proper driving music. There are more great features, like power windows, newer door panels, a tilt/telescopic steering column, and provisions for factory air conditioning (it has been upgraded to R134a, but it will need servicing to blow cold again.) You'll love the grip of the updated wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, and these C3s were great at keeping you fully informed with the large speedo and tach in front and a full auxiliary readout package in the center.
Under the hood is proper small block V8 power. But this is a younger and stronger 350 cubic-inch crate motor with, according to the owner, approximately only 3,500 miles on it. It has the clean look of a solid investment. Plus, you have performance upgrades like the four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, and headers feeding into those rumbling side pipes. This coupe feels solid out on the road, and you have a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and a fully independent sports suspension for an all-around great driving classic.
This C3 is distinct, powerful, comfortable, and done with all the best details. So you know it belongs in your garage. Call now!
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