1968 Corvette 427 Tunnel Ram, 4 Speed, Old School Style Hot Rod
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Corvette
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: Stingray
- Year: 1968
- Mileage: 9,999,999
- Color: Orange
- Engine size: 427
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: 4 speed
- Interior color: Brown
- Vehicle Title: Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed Want to buy? Contact seller!
1968 Chevrolet Corvette1968 Corvette hot rod. Rebuilt 427 BBC (NOT Originally a 427 car) with 4 speed Muncie transmission. I have owned the car for about 8 years. The car is an old style hotrod that needs some easy work. The motor has no miles on it, t runs just needs small things to drive. Needs adjustments to timing, arbsmiscellaneous things. Body needs some easy repair. Front bumper dented but I will include a good bumper with the deal. 4-5 inch crack in right front fender, hips scratches in paint. Looks OK from across the room. But still a super cool old Corvette. Interior is old and pretty much all there just old, t's not shredded just old. I've had it on a hoist several time and the frame looks very good.
THIS IS JUST AN OLD SCHOOL STYLE HOT ROD / STREET MACHINE.
The car needs very little to drive.
New Halibrand style mag wheels
New brake calipers
New master cylinder
New gas tank & sending unit.Aluminum Be Cool Radiator
Engine: .30 over 427, uns on pump gas
Wieand dual quad tunnel ram intake,
dual 450 cfm Holley carbs,
new HEI distributor,
Crane roller rockers,
Hooker chrome side pipe headers. I have the side pipes (not shown in the pictures)
I forgot to add this, t does have a little bit of fiberglass damage where the front bumper got dented. Its the little bit of fiberglass between the bumper and headlight. The headlight is fine. I'll try to get a picture shortly.Serious call only at 515..371..4642
I've been asked if this car is drive able as it sits.... It will move but the carbs and misc things need fine tuning. It might also need a bigger fuel pump, t has a small electric pump on it. But in just a few hours you could have it ready to blast down the road. I put the motor in a few years ago and just never have finished it. I installed the new brakes and tank just last October and the last time it was started was the end of December 2015 (about 10 weeks ago)
It also has a scatter shieldbell housing for the clutch.