1969 Chevrolet Corvette --
Of the many reasons to love the third generation of America's sports car style is certainly high on the list. As one of the most aggressive designs to ever breach GM Tech Center doors the C3 set the standard for the official Corvette shape. Then in the late '60s and early '70s a cat by the name of Joel Rosen decided to take that standard from a 10 to an 11. In addition to offering multiple parts and packages with pretty much all the style and power your money could buy "Mr. Motion" utilizing ne...arby Baldwin Chevrolet as a sales channel created unique and sometimes outrageous components that let everyone know you'd officially arrived in style. This Corvette ordered as a top-option L89 beast straight from the factory is now supplemented by a Motion Performance Phase III GT appearance kit you see today. That said one thing is certain: the car's incredible House Of Kolor Cobalt Blue paint certainly isn't '60s fodder! That vivid candy pigment accented with an appropriate pearl stripe was applied in the fall of 2016. Naturally it's founded on a body-off nut-and-bolt restoration. And quite honestly this Corvette is one of those cars you just have to see first-hand to fully appreciate. Beneath the pinned hood you'll find an original big block that from the factory twists stout 11 to 1 compression into a solid 435 horsepower. The hot mill spins torque through an original Muncie 4-speed which hangs in a fully rebuilt suspension that combines optional power steering with upgraded trailing arms and a stiff axle brace. At the corners of the car 4-wheel power disc brakes ensure quick drama-free stops. And everything rolls on polished Motion wheels which spin a quartet of Goodyear Blue Streak Sports Car Specials. If you're looking for a stunning Detroit super star that has plenty of muscle to back up its killer good looks call click or visit for more information on this cool Chevy!