213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
A classic car is always more desirable when it has been treated as a member of the family. So that\'s why we\'re excited to find this one-owner 1981 Chevrolet Corvette. Its 40+ year history with the same owner evolved from an aspirational youth purchase into a source of pride that was even used in family weddings. That\'s why it has lived in a climate-controlled garage most of its life thus far. This history of reverence means terrific original pieces, like the numbers-matching motor. But proper respect also means solid investments and proper care all along the way. For example, the paint was resprayed in the early 2000s, but it could put to shame much younger finishes today. And you\'ll appreciate the fresh leather seats, newer BF Goodrich T/As, recently serviced brakes (1k miles), and all the other details that continue to make this cherished Corvette an awesome cruiser.
*Averaging under 1900 miles annually
*Glossy and creamy white respray
*Good lines, clean glass, and overall quality of a well-respected C3
*Optional polished alloy wheel with newer BFG tires
*Tasteful tan interior
*New leather seat upholstery
*Factory air conditioning
*Tilt/telescopic steering column
*Full gauges with large speedo and tach directly in front
*Numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8 with four-barrel carb
*Three-speed automatic transmission
*Four-wheel power disc brakes
*Fully independent sports suspension
It\'s amazing to think that you will be only the second owner in 42 years. It makes a car like this feel like a legacy. And in the best Corvette tradition, its care thus far has been knowing that a proper Vette is also a driver. That\'s why there\'s supple new leather on the seats, and the motor fires up with an eagerness that tells you it wants to hit the road. So being part of this car\'s unique history also means enjoying the grand touring style of this loaded and preserved C3. So if you\'re ready to join a legacy, call today!
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