This Mulsanne Blue, with bright blue vinyl interior, 350ci / 300hp, with the 400 Turbo-Hydramatic automatic transmission is car #000028 built on the first day of 1970 Corvette production. The car has 16,000 original miles. Originally purchased from Prince Chevrolet, in Princeton, New Jersey, on July 22, 1970 the car was taken off the road and garaged by the original owner in 1973. The second owner, a car collector who values original / un-restored Corvettes, brought the car out of storage in April of 1995. He sold the car in October of 1998 to a second Corvette collector in October 1998. The car was purchased by the 4th owner, from the 3rd owner, in October 2000.
The 4th owner has taken the car for NCRS judging where it was awarded a Regional Top Flight award in September 2001 and an NCRS 3 Star Award for Preservation at the NCRS National Convention in 2003. This 1970 Mulsanne Blue Corvette was featured in Vette Magazine in July 2007 in an article titled: It’s Only Original Once.
Original / un-restored Corvettes like this 1970 are truly rare and stand out from all the restored Corvettes. If you want a 1970 Corvette, in excellent condition, as built by the United Auto Workers at the St. Louis Assembly plant in January 1970, this is a Corvette to consider. The car is documented with an original Sales Invoice, Warranty Booklet, with Protect-O-Plate, complete registration history and Corvette Order Copy (Tank Sheet) still in place on the original gas tank.
To schedule an appointment to see the car, please call Mark 609-306-1631 10am-8pm EST.
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