This is a very desirable high end restored 1966 two top Milano Maroon Corvette convertible with saddle leather interior and beige soft top. The documentation of this very low mile mid-year Corvette shows that it was originally delivered to the first owner in late 1965 at Joe Schwartz Chevrolet and Oldsmobile in Elizabeth, Illinois, owner history is complete with the exception of no record of one owner during 1966-1967. The window sticker shows that it came with the high performance L72 427/425 HP engine, M21 4 speed transmission, 3:55 posi., power windows, tinted glass, transistor ignition, teak steering wheel, auxiliary removable hardtop, AM/FM push button radio, FACTORY SIDE PIPES, and Goldline tires. The restoration of this no hit body Corvette is fantastic and it looks very fresh, it has the original carpets, and documented on the various judging sheets as having the original numbers matching engine and drive train. The car has recently received all of the major Corvette awards in this past year, including a Bloomington Gold Certificate, a NCRS Regional Top Flight and at the November 2016 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals it earned a Concours Gold Certificated, a Triple Diamond Award and the Danny Brass pick award. This is a very high end collectable REAL SIDE PIPE Big Block Corvette that will be a great addition to any Corvette collection.
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