Dressed in silver over black leather interior, this 1966 Chevrolet Corvette convertible features a numbers matching 327/350hp L79 motor mated to a 4-speed manual transmission. Motor was rebuilt at 60,000 miles as the odometer now reads 70,000. Originally a barn find, this '66 vette has been brought back to life with a rebuilt starter motor, rebuilt alternator, new distributor, new plugs and wires and a new Edelbrock carburetor. (Original carburetor is included). All fluids have been changed throughout. This car comes with both hard top and soft top in excellent condition. Factory original interior, in good condition. For more information regarding this vehicle please call (339) 216-0856.
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