1970 Chevrolet Corvette Collector’s Edition Donnybrooke – ALL numbers matching and complete original documentation
This beautiful 1970 Corvette T-Top is original Donnybrooke Green with green interior. As you probably know, Chevrolet Corvette Collector’s Edition Donnybrooke is a pretty rare color and this example looks just amazing in the sunlight and gets lots of compliments. Coupe has a great body fit and fantastic visual appearance Thanks to the chrome bumpers, stingray specific details and stunning shine. Corvette starts quickly; runs strong and handles just as you would expect from a 1970 Corvette. The engine, transmission, and differential are numbers matching as delivered from the factory. The interior was restored in the 90ies but all the original parts were kept and stored. This original 1970 Corvette w/ Chrome bumpers comes with:
This Stingray T-Top is an excellent choice if you are seeking a well-maintained classic Corvette that has not been modified. This Beauty comes with a complete set of documentation and includes a full service and registration history (yes, all the registrations from the previous owners). Here some of the original 1970 documents:
The production volume of 1970 Corvettes was quite low. So to find one in this condition and with a four speed is an accomplishment:
Condition rating – as you view the photos you will see most all of the original parts are there and all is time period correct:
Following had been restored to original / stock conditions (not everything is listed, since it would be too much to put in words):
For more information Please call SEBASTIAN at (734) 890-3865.
Expect to have a lot of fun driving this Classic but timeless Corvette!
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”
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