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With its full blue presentation, numbers-matching V8, two-tops, and comfortable A/C interior, this 1971 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray offers all the right distinction. And it's all available for quite a nice price.
This is an ideal year for many Corvette fans. The C3 has one of the most aggressive designs they ever made with the long hood that ends in a sharply pointed nose. And the fenders are so tall, only the windshield is a higher point on this convertible. You can see it all so nicely because of the well-respected panels and gaps. Plus, this is from the earlier years where you had nice chrome on the form-fitting front bumper and two-piece rear bumper. And this example was born Mulsanne Blue, which instantly gets people thinking about LeMans. Of course, with the white soft top in place, people might also think about an ocean wave with a large white crest. And for true distinction, this one also comes with a color-matched hardtop that gives it much of the same appeal as the coupe.
Inside the full sea of blue continues. The lighter exterior with darker interior gives this the kind of sophisticated look you'd expect on a European sports car, and this all-American was born this way! The bucket seats, door panels, carpeting, and center console all have been treated with good respect. It has a correct look on everything from the AM/FM stereo to the three-spoke sports steering wheel. And because this is a driver's machine, you'll love how the large speedo and tach dance in front of you, while the full auxiliary readout package prominently to the side at eye-level. But because this is a convertible Stingray, we all know your favorite features is the cold-blowing air conditioning. After all, it allows you to keep your cool while staying open to the world.
Power comes from the matching-numbers 350 cubic inch V8. The tidiness of the engine bay is another clear sign that this Stingray has been treated with proper respect to keep a high degree of originality. More than just look nice, this motor inhales deeply from the correct Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor. And it exhales with a sweet sound out of the dual exhaust. The TH400 three-speed transmission give a nice balance of stout construction and easy automatic shifting. In fact, it has plenty of other great features for both performance and luxury. This includes the fully independent suspension, power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and wide BF Goodrich T/As on classic Rally wheels.
Complete with the owner's manual, here's a cool all-blue C3 droptop with the right features and a nice price. So don't let this ideal classic slip away. Call today!!!
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