That is a direct quote from the John Greenwood page and it is a
great description of the 1976 Corvette Greenwood we have here for
sale at Skyway Classics.
This 1976 Corvette was modified with the Greenwood wide-body kit in 1992 at a shop near where the owner lived in 1992. We have a ton of receipts on this Corvette that show the expense was over $40,000! Every nut and bolt on this Corvette was touched, replaced, or redone at that time.
But that was not the final restoration. This Corvette received another restoration this year in our Florida area at a cost of another $14,000! You must come see this Corvette and the mass of paperwork and work receipts that go with it to fully understand how nice it is.
This was a stock L48 Corvette with an automatic when it left the factory. The entire tan interior has been replaced from top to bottom with air conditioning added too. The engine compartment is fully detailed with upgraded LT1 valve covers, all the correct decals, new hoses, wires, and painted correctly.
When you look underneath at the chassis you will find it painted and detailed also with all components replaced. New fat tires on custom period mag wheels fill out the wide-body fenders with 295-50-15s on the rear giving it the correct look and stance.
You do not find period correct, brand new, custom Corvettes like this anymore...anywhere. You can take this Corvette to any show and win the custom class or even a Best-Of-Show/Class as well. This Corvette at Skyway Classics is a special car that emulates the road race look of the day when Chevrolet sold sporty cars that ran on the tracks at LeManns, Sebring, and Daytona. You need to come see it today.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
We also finance! Check out our financiers here at https://www.skywayclassics.com/financiers
In the meantime, check out this vehicle on our Skyway Classics blog here at https://www.skywayclassics.com/blog
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