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This 1971 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray hits all the high notes: a matching-numbers small block V8, nice color combo, four-on-the-floor, and a very attractive price tag.
There's something great about the earlier C3 design. It has some great European-inspired elements like flying buttress rear and Kamm-back styling. Even the paint is called Monza Red. Of course, you know it's really an all-American with its long, low hood that just wants to own the road. And of course, nothing says American style like good brightwork, and the '71 has plenty of it. The shine is showcased nicely on the shark-like front bumper, two-piece rear bumper, rocker panels, window trim, and Rally wheels. This one even has bright fender grilles to really bring this red and chrome package nicely together.
The full red interior looks great against the red exterior, and you can show off this full packaging any time you want thanks to the T-tops. It has a great look where the black accents around the center console, steering wheel, and more are a nice complement to the red interior. You're really going to enjoy this classic as a true driver's machine. The large dual pod speedometer/tachometer is in front of you with a full gauge package prominently to the side. And because this is one of the last years of the removable rear window, you can really let the wind breeze though the car as you enjoy the open road.
Power comes from the original, matching-numbers 350 cubic inch V8. While this has a correct look, right down to the Rochester four-barrel carburetor, you get extra power and rumble thanks to the header-fed dual exhaust. Best of all, you are in complete control over this V8 and its growling soundtrack with the four-speed manual transmission. In fact, control is a major theme to this classic Stingray. That's why you also have a fully-independent sports suspension, power steering, and four-wheel disc brakes.
This is a cool color combo, that just received over $4k in maintenance work, on a desirable numbers-matching Stingray. You know you love this stick-shift T-top machine, so don't miss out, call today!
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