350 crate engine, 82,000 original miles, 4 speed manual transmission, black leather interior, power steering, power brakes, power windows, A/C, factory side pipes, tilt and telescopic steering column, AM/FM/Cassette, rally wheels, ceramic coated headers, GM angle plug aluminum heads, GM aluminum intake, Holley carb, fiberglass rear bumper, and much more.
This sharp corvette is a lot of fun to drive with the upgraded engine and the factory side exhaust.
We changed the oil & filter, checked & lubed the chassis, and changed the rear end grease & additive. We also replaced the top radiator hose, thermostat & gasket, water pump, throw out bearing, and much more.
1976 was the last year for the Stingray emblems on the fenders of a corvette until the C7 generation. GM released 4,073 in Orange Flame, and 9,933 with 4 speed manual transmission out of 46,558 that year.
For more information, pictures, and video visit: http://www.hobbycarcorvettes.net/corvette/1976-orange-flame-corvette-black-interior-4-speed-manual-for-sale/
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