NOW ON SALE!!!!!! PRICE REDUCED.WAS $28,900, NOW $23,900 !!!!!!!You are viewing a 1975 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. Only 4,629 Convertibles were produced in 1975. The previous owner had two 75 Convertibles that he did body off restorations on. He built one for his wife, the other for him. I purchased them both. I sold the one built for his wife. This is the one he built for himself. With plans on selling them both, after driving this one, I decided to keep this one for a while. Here is your chance as I am letting this one go. This Vette was bought by previous owner in 2010 with 102,169 original miles. As I mentioned, he performed a body off restoration at that time. New everything. Paint, Interior, All Bushings with upgrades to the FE-7 Gymkhana suspension, New Stainless Brakes and Lines, New seals, Body Mounts, U joints, Transmission seals, New Power Steering Pump, Fuel Pump, New Radiator, Weather Stripping , New AC, New Top. Way to much to list here. Painted in 2010 and still shines better than new. Has a few small stress cracks. Not visible in pictures. When painted, front and rear bumpers were molded to body. Looks great. Now the best part! Original motor was pulled in 2015 and a New Crate Blueprint 383 was installed. Comes with dyno sheet showing 435 HP. Only 3900 miles on new engine. Original numbers matching motor is in a crate and comes with the car. Runs and drives amazing. No rust issues. Undercarriage is very clean. Windshield frame has no issues. Best driving Corvette I have ever driven. Have hand written records of work done on car. The Dark Red color with Oxblood interior is just stunning. If possible, please come drive this car.
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