800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1968 Chevrolet Corvette convertible offers the best of everything. It has a shining silver paint, four-on-the-floor, two-tops, an A/C interior, and other great investments to deliver a terrific classic droptop driving experience.
Silverstone Silver is a great factory color to have. After all, 1968 was the first year for the C3 'Vette, and this shade was only offered for '68. This one has been given a professional respray during its lifetime that really lets the precious metal finish radiate in the sunshine. Now the paint lives up to its European racetrack namesake by being both sophisticated and sporty all in its first impression. For many, the early chrome bumper cars are the ones to own, and the brightwork here is nicely finished on the shark-like nose, two-piece rear, rocker trim, and optional luggage rack. Top it off with a correct rally wheel package on standout redline tires, and this is the kind of car that will grab attention wherever it goes.
You get the choice of a black hardtop or black convertible top, and they both look terrific against the silver. And if you like how this color combo looks with a roof in place, then you're going to love the total package when you're open to the world. You have a full blackout interior that has been treated with care. It has everything you love about a classic C3 like the bucket seats, three-spoke sports steering wheel, a large speedo & tach directly in front of you, and a full auxiliary gauge panel at eye-level. There are great upgrades, like the AM/FM stereo with cassette and digital tuner, and the cold-blowing R134a air conditioning is ideal for a convertible. But we know it's that bright shifter in the middle that you really love the most - it's your gateway to the power under the hood.
The 327 cubic-inch V8 looks fantastic in the engine bay. They recently invested in freshening up the appearance, and so it looks crisp throughout - including the bright air topper, matching distributor shield, ribbed valve covers, and bold block. This proper 1968 block inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a sweet sound out of the dual exhaust. And you get to enjoy the power and soundtrack to the fullest thanks to the control of the Muncie M21 close-ratio four-speed manual transmission. This one is really built to enjoy out on the open road. That's why you have a fully independent suspension, power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and a Positraction rear end.
Complete with the owner's manual, this first-year C3 Corvette in one of the most desirable colors around. So If you love distinction that you can really drive, call today!
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