It also packs serious performance.
You have quite a few Corvettes to choose from in the marketplace, but not all are like this 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Not only does it have those iconic looks everyone loves, this C3 is a NCRS Top Flight show winner. For the NCRS to give out this accolade, a Corvette must be preserved or restored to the highest level for the exterior and interior, as well as mechanicals and all systems.
As you gaze at the pictures of this Corvette, it’s obvious what you’re getting is an immaculate sports car. Glass-like Burgundy paint pairs excellently with the super-reflective chrome on the bumpers, side exhaust pipes, mirrors, and more. Even the finest details of the exterior faithfully adhere to how this vehicle looked when it rolled off the assembly line, including all badging and trim pieces. Even the removable T-tops are meticulously detailed.
Expect the same level of aesthetic perfection for the interior. Black vinyl seats are free of damage and wear, as is the dash, controls, and steering wheel. Everything works correctly, so you don’t need to worry about having to fix any components.
More than just good-looking, this C3 ‘Vette harbors a Big Block L-71 427ci V8 with 435-horsepower. As stated before, this thunderous engine runs smooth and strong, so you can really burn rubber without worry. Factory-installed four-wheel disc brakes are included
The Chevy Corvette has become a cultural icon and was a sales success even when it launched back in 1953. 1968 was the first model year for the C3 or third generation of the Corvette, which continued using the Stingray styling language. For 1969, the “Stingray” badge for the front fenders returned, plus horsepower was increased. While America’s sports car has always been popular for its performance, the gorgeous looks and comfortable interior just make it that much more alluring.
To inquire about purchasing this car, contact Art & Speed Classic Car Gallery.