Beautiful 1966 Corvette is ready to do cruise-ins and fun rides. This car is very dependable and handles great with a lot of power. The red paint job is beautiful as you can see. Powered by a 350 HO deluxe engine with 333 HP this car will move. A Holly 4 barrel carburetor. 350 Turbo transmission,Dual exhaust this classic muscle car is definitely a blast from the past! It has Disc brakes ,AC,Heat, Radio and 15 inch rims with Goodyear tires makes this car complete. Also all the gauges work. The interior is mostly original and in great shape. The 350 HO deluxe engine incorporates modern technology in a package that can be installed in applications where 265-400 ci small block Chevrolet v-8s were originally used. This complete engine is assembled using brand new, premium quality components.
The 350 HO engine has Vortec cast iron cylinder heads.These cylinder heads were first used on 1996 trucks with port fuel injection, RPOL31. The intake and exhaust ports are very similar to the corvette 350 LT1 heads. The heads have 1.94" intake valves and 1.50" exhaust valves with pressed 3/8 studs. The 350 HO Deluxe engine comes with a long style cast iron water pump.
350 HO Deluxe engine has a chrome 14",plain top air cleaner assembly. The Bore x Stroke is 4.00" x 3.48", compression is 9.1:1. , Lift .435" intake, .460" exhaust. The Maximum Engine Speed 5700 RPM. The 350 HO comes equipped with chromed center hold-down bolt rocker covers with the Chevrolet Bow Tie logo.
Putting the power behind the driver has been proposed frequently, and for more than 60 years
GM Styling Division had updated the sports car and added a rotary engine before the automaker pulled the plug on the project
They called it “King of the Hill”
The Pick of the Day has T-top, a long list of awards and honors, and very low mileage
This is the 30th and final car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
This is the 25th car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
1979 El Vette has been donated to the National Corvette Museum
We’ll know how much collectors are willing to spend when the L88 duo crosses the Mecum block in Kissimmee