800 Derita Road, Ste. A
An awesome color combo, T-top fun, and numbers-matching V8 power headline this 1979 Chevrolet Corvette. So the value price is just the cherry on top.
The factory-correct silver paint was one of the best colors on the later C3s, and it has helped this shark-nosed classic look cool in modern times. It's especially true because this one has been given a nice respray later in life. That good gloss combines with good body panels to let the light smoothly radiate over the coupe's curves. In fact, there is just an overall impression of respect on this car that has averaged less than 2,100 miles annually.
The red interior is a nice complementary color to the exterior silver. It has a sophisticated look that gives this American classic an almost European tone. There are the right features for those who want a C3 for a driver's car. This includes the fold-flat bucket seats for better access to the rear cargo area; worthwhile options like the power windows and tilt/telescopic steering column; and the T-tops that make the open road feel even more open. There are provisions for plenty of other features, including air conditioning, pop-up headlights, a stereo, and more. These will require an investment to get fully functioning, and part of the car's value price should allow room in the budget for any improvements you want to make down the road. What we especially like about this one is how you get the sharp Corvette lines on a package that looks quite stylish inside and out.
The numbers-matching 350 cubic inch V8 is still providing the power. It looks distinctive in the engine bay with the bright air grabber and finned valve covers. It's mated to the numbers-matching three-speed automatic transmission to give you a balance of proper classic car history and useful grand touring comfort. And because a car like this was built to enjoy, you'll appreciate easy driving features like the power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and of course, the Corvette's fully independent sports suspension makes it one of the best handling American cars of the '70s.
This stylish Corvette is proof that classic car ownership can be both affordable and exciting. Call now!
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