4610 Pet Lane
This 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible has been carefully restored for extra flair and fun. That means a well-coordinated color combo, an upgraded A/C interior, and ZZ3 performance crate motor paired with a four-speed.
Monza Red is already a terrific color to have on a Stingray, but this one has a bit more going for it. There's an awesome clearcoat luster from a modern application and a professional hand applying it. The shining paint loves to highlight the crisp details of this well-done body. And the brightwork on the bumpers, rockers, and Rally wheels all shine from a proper investment. There's a big reason for this overall level of quality. This car was given a full restoration about a dozen years ago, and the consignor is also the restorer, so it has been treated with the craftsman's care and pride since completion. And because this was a special creation, it received some cool detail work. The black stripe highlighting the LT1 hood goes nicely with the black side vents. Plus, this comes with both a black folding roof and a black hardtop, and so this one has a nicely coordinated dark side with either roof in place.
And no matter how much we like the look of this one with both of the tops, a convertible always is best with no roof at all. So it's great to see the interior also done in a deep black. The while package is a nice mix of vintage features, and upgraded style. For example, you still have the factory-style bucket seats, but now they have been restored in a supple leather. The well-placed stick shift is waiting for your right hand, and driver-oriented full gauge package is crisp and correct. And now this experience is upgraded with a wood and leather sports steering wheel and dual polished roll hoops for added sporty style and safety. Plus, there are terrific comfort features, like AM/FM/CD stereo and air conditioning blowing nice and cold with modern R134a. So you can really enjoy the top-down experience even in the summertime.
Under the hood is the best upgrade of them all. The ZZ3 crate engine is a 350 cubic-inch small block that's known for making the kind of power you got from Chevy big block back when this Stingray was new. It's ready to show off thanks to plenty of polished components and a tidy setup. The V8 inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with authority as ceramic-coated headers add power while contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. The four-speed manual transmission means you are in full control of the power and the soundtrack of this excellent motor. And speaking of control, the fully independent suspension, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes deliver a classic car that has some very sharp moves.
The sale comes complete with the restoration photos that prove how much time and care went into this special Stingray. Don't miss you chance at a cherished classic. Call today!!!
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