1969 Chevrolet Corvette
A performance V8, four-speed, and a great color combo headline this 1969 Chevrolet Corvette. So when you can find a classic sports car that has had the right investments, and is offered for such an obtainable price, you know it's time to pay attention. This C3 has been refinished in a slightly deeper shade than the original LeMans Blue. So this Stingray still retains the silhouette of an ocean wave, but now yours just looks like a deeper blue sea. This is one of the best design years of the C3, with nice chrome on the two-piece rear bumper, rockers, and highlighting the shark-like nose. There's even added brightwork with the luggage rack and a great set of Rally wheels. But more than just the polished pieces, you'll enjoy this one because the headlights, hood, doors, and all the other pieces line up nicely to remind you this classic has been treated with respect. Another great reason to own a '69 is that this is from the years of the removable/storable rear window. So you get to take out the T-tops, roll down the windows, and take out the rear glass to give you a convertible-like experience. In fact, because this is a car that is meant to be open to the world, the seats have been recovered in a silvery blue velour. So you never have to worry about wearing shorts and hopping in on a sunny day. This is a terrific driver's machine with the three-spoke sports steering wheel giving you a clear view to the large speedo and tach. Plus, the essential auxiliary gauges are at eye-level just to the side. Plus, the moment your right hand touches the stick shift, we know your pulse will skip a beat. And because you want great driving tunes, there's provisions for an AM/FM/CD stereo. When you lift the hood, you can instantly tell this one is far from stock. There was $5k invested in 2013 for a complete V8 rebuild that created the 383 cubic-inch stroker motor you see here. Not only do you now have the extra performance of a big-level displacement, but also this has the right go-fast goodies like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, and Hooker Super Competition headers. Best of all, you are in complete control over this big power package and thunderous soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. A classic Corvette like this is the best to have a great powertrain package, because these really know how to keep you in-tune with the road. The fully independent suspension and four-wheel disc brakes make it one of the best drivers of the '60s that can still be enjoyed on today's back roads. Complete with title documentation, service manuals, and build receipts, this is the affordable and fast classic that was built to be enjoyed. Don't miss out, call today!