Being offered for sale is arguably the finest, most original, matching numbers, un-restored 1969 L36 427/390hp Corvette to be found. This is an absolute time capsule of a factory stock 1969 Big Block Corvette. The car has its original Burgundy lacquer exterior paint with completely original Black vinyl interior, M40 Turbo Hydra-Matic automatic transmission, 427/390hp engine, and 3.08:1 positraction rear axle. The car has 33,667 documented miles, with 5,107 miles in the last 43 years and 60 miles in the last 11 years and comes with the original Sales Invoice, Window Sticker and Protect-O-Plate. The car has received in 2016 and 2017 Gold Standard in national Corvette judging awards, the NCRS 4 Star Bowtie Award and NCRS and Bloomington Gold Benchmark Award (Gold Certified and Survivor). During the rigorous NCRS and Bloomington Gold judging process, the most knowledgeable and experienced Corvette judges were amazed at the originality and condition of this 1969 Burgundy Big Block Corvette. In NCRS judging the car achieved a Top Flight Award score of 98.8, which was matched with a Bloomington Gold Certification score of 98.8. For a 48 year old original / un-restored Corvette to achieve judging scores at this level is truly exceptional and puts this Corvette in an elite class of extremely well preserved original Corvettes, which are truly few and far between and which can not be duplicated.
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