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This 1974 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible has upgraded V8 power, four-on-the-floor, a great color combo, and an A/C interior. So you're looking at a classic that has everything you want, including an affordable price.
Mille Miglia Red is one of those colors that truly lives up to its name. Classy, sporty, and just perfect for a Stingray. It's an upgrade later in life, and so there's a nice gloss and shine to attract attention on a sunny day drive. 1974 was the first year for the front and rear bumpers to be fully integrated into the design, which gives the overall look a great flow over the curvy profile. So this car has a unique style that will always be in demand. But even with all of this bright red, it cannot be a true American classic without some brightwork. That's reserved for places like the rocker panels, luggage rack, and dual exhaust tips. And of course, the upgrade to Boyds polished alloys with an aggressive 18/20-inch front/rear stance will attract plenty of attention al on their own.
While the white convertible top is attractive against the red, when you lower it, there's even more distinction. The factory-correct black interior has a timeless look against the red exterior, and so you'll drive this with pride with the top down. And as you look thought this crisp presentation, you'll discover plenty of great upgrades. This includes an AM/FM/CD stereo, cup holders, and later C3 bucket seats that allow better access to the rear storage. The air conditioning has even been upgraded to R134a so you can stay cool while enjoying the top down even in the summertime. But most of all, you'll love that this classic is a driver's machine. It's great to hop in, grab the three-spoke sports steering wheel, and gaze at the deep dual pod speedo and tach as you cruise around in your classic 'Vette. And the bright shifter in the middle is the gateway to a guaranteed smile on your face.
The 350 cubic-inch V8 has some immediate signs of being a performance powerhouse. The color-matched air topper has the proper diaphragm to seal it to the hood for fresh air cowl induction. Beneath that is a proper four-barrel carburetor and upgraded Edelbrock intake. There are also the right supporting components, like a Davis Unified Ignition and an aluminum radiator. Plus, the headers add even more power while contributing to the sweet sound the Flowmaster dual exhaust. You get complete control over the enhanced V8 and the rumbling dual exhaust soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. And this classic was absolutely meant to be driven with its fully independent sport-tuned suspension, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual. Powerful, loaded, and eye-catching, you can easily own the iconic convertible you never thought you could afford. Call today!!!
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