The Mako Shark concept aesthetics are strong with this one.
GM shocked the world when it revealed the wild Mako Shark concept, also called the XP-755, designed by the great Larry Shinoda. It was appropriately aggressive and finally came to life, albeit with some big changes, when the C3 Corvette launched in 1968. Now you can celebrate the first production year of the C3 every day by grabbing this clean 1968 Chevrolet Corvette.
You’ll turn plenty of heads while behind the wheel of this Chevy. Everyone loves a red Corvette and this car has that nice luster to the body, so the light really makes it shine. With plenty of muscular bulges this thing looks mean but not over-the-top. GM didn’t slather this car in chrome, but what is present looks good enough to impress.
Showing just as nicely, the black interior features factory switches, gauges, steering wheel, and more. Even the OE AM/FM radio is still in place, something many people have swapped with a newer unit. This car went through a full restoration process, which explains why the seat upholstery and everything else is free of damage or blemishes.
While not original to this Chevy Corvette, the small block 327 V8 runs strong. A recent tune up, plus new exhaust system, tires, and brakes help ensure you get reliable performance. A black manual convertible top and new power brakes are also included.
Many people dream of owning a classic Corvette and this could be your chance. Convertibles dominated sales for 1968 C3s, but finding one in this kind of condition isn’t as simple as you might hope. While not a show-quality car it’s good-looking and a great driver even over long distances, according to the seller, so it would make a fun weekend getaway ride. Plus, the undercarriage isn’t showing any signs of rust. To get more info or talk purchasing details, get in touch with Black Horse Garage.