1961 Cheverolet Corvette convertible
The Chevrolet built 10,939 Corvettes in 1961. Base price new was
$3,934.00. This car has been restored but has the original engine
and transmission, “numbers matching.”
This car has a 283 cubic inch V8 with twin four barrel carburetors, 245 bhp. It has a manual 4 speed transmission and dual exhaust system. It has complete instrumentation including tachometer and clock. It has a Wonderbar AM radio. The paint is Jewell Blue with white convertible top, and it also has a removable hard top. The interior is Jewell Blue vinyl with blue carpeting. It has been driven less than fifty miles since restoration, and we believe it would be competitive at most car shows.
*Will consider trades*
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