4610 Pet Lane
Time to get your hands on a very complete and enhanced power Corvette for under $15K. This 1977 Chevrolet Corvette has a nice color theme, plenty of options, and the kind of features that will make you love driving it everywhere.
The C3 Corvette is one of the most recognizable shapes of all time. This one still fits together nicely, with decent gaps and flush-fitting headlight doors that are a big part of the look. The blue paint was added later in life. It fits in well with custom pieces like the smoother front end and the integrated spoiler on the rear. It all makes for an appealing package that takes advantage of the more contemporary style offered in '77. Still there is room for a bit of classic American brightwork on places like the rocker panels. And that goes well with the optional alloy wheels.
The tan interior looks great against the blue exterior. So you know you'll love taking the T-tops out and being open to the world. There is a lot of originality in this one, right down to the AM/FM 8-track stereo. Plus, you have provisions for nice features like air conditioning and power windows. You'll love the feel of the high-back bucket seat and upgraded wood-rimmed steering wheel. And the full gauge package at eye level (including the large speedo and tach right in front of you) is a clear reminder that this is a driver's machine.
Under the hood is proper V8 power. The 350 cubic-inch unit is a crate motor, and it has been enhanced with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, hi-rise intake, and HEI ignition. It gives this smooth V8 some extra legs. And helping get the power to the ground confidently is a three-speed automatic transmission that was rebuilt earlier this year (an $800 investment.) This is built for the open road, and so features like the fully independent suspension, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes make it ideal.
Complete with maintenance records, this is the complete Stingray that offers plenty of performance in an entry-level package that's affordably price. So don't miss out, call today!
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