Produced from 1968 through 1982, the third-generation Corvette was given the Stingray moniker for the second time from 1969 to 1976 but this time it was shortened to just one word. The Corvette wouldn't be given the Stingray name again until the introduction of the C7 model much later in 2014, which is the same year that this particular Corvette went under the knife for a full restoration. Hollywood Motors is proud to offer this beautiful example of a 1969 Chevrolet Corvette convertible.
Gleaming in the highly sought-after factory hue of Fathom Green, this classic's exterior is in immaculate condition. Even more, this Stingray was given a brand new black convertible top. Goodrich Red Line rubber is wrapped around steel wheels that sport the original hubcaps.
Tucked inside the engine bay of this American classic is an all-numbers matching 350cui V8 engine that was recently rebuilt, and it is mated to a close ratio factory 4-speed manual transmission that also has matching numbers. New power brakes easily bring this powerful beauty to a halt, and power windows come down with the simple touch of a button. Open the doors or drop the top to this immaculate C3 and gaze at its inviting green interior that perfect matches its glossy green exterior.
If you're in the market for the perfect classic Corvette that is ready to cruise with the top down on those perfect sunny days but also has quite a bit of oomph under throttle, then your search may be over. Contact Hollywood Motors today to get behind the wheel of this stunning Stingray. A car of this caliber surely won't last long and would make the perfect addition to any car enthusiast. This old-school Vette is listed at $33,500, but feel free to make an offer here.
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