This corvette has had the same owner since 1979, he bought it from his brother when he returned from the military.
X-Big Block, 70's 350 engine, 56,000 original miles, 4 speed manual transmission, black interior, rally wheels, power steering, power brakes, crank windows, dual exhaust, hard top, Gymkhana suspension, big block fan shroud, big block radiator, Edelbrock aluminum intake, Edelbrock carburetor, and much more.
We replaced the fuel tank, fuel pump, 4 calipers, 4 brake hoses, front to back metal brake line, brake pads, E-brake cable, master cylinder, power steering pump, power steering control valve, power steering hoses, sway bar links, left upper control arm bushings, wiper door canister, rebuilt the carburetor, and much more.
We also changed the oil and filter, transmission grease, and rear end grease and additive.
1968 was the first year for the C3 body style, which also brought about a new interior design. GM also introduced the pop-up headlights and pop-up wiper door. 1968 was the highest production year for the Stingray convertible with 18,630 total produced.
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