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With its full blackout style, A/C interior, V8 power, and fun details, this 1971 Chevrolet Corvette has that right look of power, comfort, and distinction that makes for a terrific all-around classic.
The deep black paint is an upgrade that gives this coupe a mean attitude. It's a product of professional application, so there's also the right kind of gloss and an even luster that radiates every time you take it for a sunny day drive. The coupe also gets the fundamentals right with doors that shut solid, pliable weather-stripping, clean glass, flush headlight doors, and a beautiful shine to the chrome bumpers. It makes for an attractive Stingray even before you notice the custom details. This has a more aggressive LT1 hood. The T-tops have mirrored glass. And those resile alloys are from a later C3, and so they look right for a Corvette while giving you a splash of color.
The blackout theme continues inside. The impression here is it's very vintage, but it also treats you right. That's why the seats are supple leather, and the steering wheel is on a tilt/telescopic steering column. Plus, the full gauge package is always great on these coupes, especially with the large speedo and tach directly in front of you. And we know you love that the factory air conditioning is blowing cold. After all, it's the ideal feature to have when driving with the T-top out during the summer.
Under the hood is a 350 cubic-inch V8. It's a later block with ribbed valve covers and topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. It makes for good power and a fun rumble out of the dual exhaust. And the TH400 three-speed automatic transmission is a good pairing with its ideal mix of stout and smooth. It's an all-around solid cruiser with features like power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and a fully independent suspension.
Complete with owner's manual, this is a dark iconic coupe with power and personality. So you know you need to get your hands on this deal. Call today!!!
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