Just 1 of 1,287 built, this matching-numbers muscle car is a five-time NCRS Top-Flight winner.
Ever since the Chevrolet Corvette was introduced new for the 1953 model year, plenty of interesting stories have collected over the decades. When it came to the 1969 Corvette model line, production was delayed at GM due to a parts strike which gave the 1970 model a shortened production run. In fact, a total of 17,316 examples were built, but only 1,287 of them were actual LT1 cars. With that said, Crown Concepts is excited to offer the opportunity to own this rare numbers-matching 1970 Chevy Corvette Convertible LT1.
Being the finished product of a restoration in 2018, this '70 LT1 car just may be the nicest one around considering it has been honored as the NCRS Top-Flight Winner five times. Cloaked in Donnybrooke Green with a white top, the depth and glossy shine really display those flowing Stingray curves. Inside, a contrasting saddle interior comes features bucket seats. Considering its prestigious award history, chances this vintage Vette will steal the spotlight at any car show you enter.
Powering this classic gem is numbers-matching 350-cubic-inch LT1 V8 engine capable of 370-horsepower that shifts via an M21 Muncie 4-speed manual transmission that twists a rear end housing 4:11 gears. In fact, 4-speed manuals were the only transmission option in the LT1. Also, they all lacked air conditioning.
The sale of this classic gem comes with the original Protect-O-Plate, window sticker, an endless amount of service records, original Bill of Sale, all restoration paperwork, and a binder full of receipts.