The famous GM engineer "Harley J. Earl" ordered this fully loaded vehicle near his end of the controls at the GM (Corvette Div.) this 1968 Corvette was built per his specifications and he passed away a short time later in 1969. All the hallmarks of "What he liked to see" are incorporated in this "First Shark Design" Polar White/red (interior) --deluxe 327/300 hp OM Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission Factory Air Conditioning Power Steering Power Brakes Power Windows Speed Warning Indicator Telescopic Steering Column AM/FM Radio Red Stripe Tires Bright Metal Wheels Covers ----PO1's He loves Red accents: Notice the red pin-stripping and the inter fenders were painted red. Notice that this 1968 was equipped with Louver Trim---Not offered in the 1968 model year, but I sure was already thought of for the 1969 Model Corvette. This is a REAL Deal Corvette, Branded with his name plaque at the bottom of the center console. There are people still available who will testify asto the legitimacy of this unique Corvette. Appears to sell be in an un-restored condition. Open to serious offers which we will share with the Corvettes current owner. Runs and drives like it did when new. Additional information is coming, please request more photos if interested in adding this car to your collection.
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