This convertible is equipped with a 283/230hp engine mated to a 2-speed Powerglide transmission. This true survivor was painted in 2006 and comes complete with a red interior and AM/FM radio. The matching-numbers 283ci with 4-barrel carburetor is one of only 488 produced with the Ermine White and silver cove combo with a rare automatic option to top it all off. The car has been garage-kept for the last 20 years and has the original white top without rips. The engine starts easily, runs smoothly and accelerates quickly. All panels are straight and show no signs of damage or wear. The chrome and trim are bright and beautiful. Included with the car is the original Corvette assembly instruction manual. **TITLE IN TRANSIT**
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