1970 Chevrolet Corvette
1970 Corvette StingrayChrome bumpered T-top coupe, removable rear windowGarage kept for the 24 years I’ve owned it. 454cid (#TO 826 CGV) non matching numbers750 cfm Holley Carburettor (0-3310), Edelbrock intake manifoldHurst 4-speed transmissionNew Thrush “Turbo” exhaust system, completePower windows, power brakes, air conditioningRear window defoggerTraction lock differentialNew cockpit heat barrier, underlayment and carpetNew interior in dark saddle brownNew weatherstripping (Corvette Rubber Company)New brakes Engine professionally restoredNew batteryNew fuel tank to OEM spec, including new fuel sending unitNew Bilstein shocksRear window storage trayCar cover, factory storage sleeves for T-topsClear TitleGM built only 10,668 coupes during the strike-shortened 1970 model year. What the car needs: Paint. I’ve elected not to not have the car painted as I expect the new owner will have their own preference on exterior color and a paint job would add significantly to the price. Focus has been on the car’s mechanicals. The new owner will need to be comfortable troubleshooting various systems.Summary: Powerful and really fun to drive, this 1970 C3 has great bones. The chrome bumpered Stingray continues to appreciate. 1970 was the high water mark for what has become a classic and collectible muscle car. A super fun project during these crazy Covid times.