1975 Corvette convertible, ONE OF A KIND show winner in modified street class, brand new BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires, brand new brakes, brand new brake booster, brand new brake master cylinder, brand new brake actuator relay, brand new halogen head lights, brand new weather stripping, brand new headlight actuators, brand new starter, brand new right rear wheel bearing, brand new S/S parking brake parts, brand new spring mounts and hangers, brand new rear strut rods, brand new front and rear shocks, brand new fiberglass front and rear replacement bumpers, paint is excellent, convertible top is excellent, all glass is excellent, rear window is very good, interior is very good, chassis is very good. Powered by a Summit Racing 450 HP 383 stroker and Edlebrock Manifold with gasket matched ports, Keith Black hypereutectic pistons, sealed power moly rings, balanced reciprocating assembly, Crane hydraulic camshaft (286/284 degree duration, .510/.512 lift), cam is degreed in, Clevite main, rod, and cam bearings, Holly 750 4 bbl carburetor, K&N Air Cleaner, MSD multi spark ignition, Accel HEI super coil, Hooker headers. Original correct numbers matching motor is also included with the car. Automatic transmission, factory A/C, power windows. The interior sports a custom leather wrapped steering wheel, and 1978 seats for improved comfort and style, an AM/FM stereo with cassette and rear speaker bar. The exterior has twin 1978 bullet side view mirrors, and 1978 aluminum mag wheels in place of the stock rally wheels. The frame is solid and rust free, with 64,393 miles on it overall. The interior and all glass, (including windshield, side windows, guage lenses and side mirrors) was replaced 3,000 miles ago, and the Stroker engine has only 1,554 miles on it. You won't find another beauty like this with these features and this low actual mileage. Excellent driver to take to the local shows or 85% ready to be show only. Pricing based on current NADA range (www.nadaguides.com/Cars/1975/Chevrolet/Corvette/2-Door-Convertible/Values), comparable cars on market, and specialty features unique to this car. The additional stroker motor is valued at about $5000 alone. Overall excellent condition above and beneath, runs great, sounds great. Willing to entertain any reasonable offer. Video available on request.
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