Stk#072 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible
Painted a beautiful British Green with new Camel color top, new front & rear bumpers, new drivers outside mirror, new antenna, luggage rack. Like new emblems, taillights. The chrome rear license plate insert is new, the door handles and knobs like new. Windshield trim is like new, Rocker panel moldings like new, Rally rim, center cap trim rings all like new with new Red wall tires, new hood release cables, new head light canisters. New fuse box and wiring. A beauty!
The interior is all new and Camel color, new 3-spoke wood steering wheel, new black padded dash, new black kick panels, new door panels, new carpet, new window cranks, new sill plates, console is Black and looks new, 4-speed, Black factory seat belts, all factory gauges look new. Speedometer and Tach look new, aftermarket AM/FM Corvette logo radio. New carpeted floor mats, new black sun visors, rear view mirror like new, rear side panels new, new door rubber. Like New!
Powered by a 327 engine with a 4 speed transmission, chrome air cleaner, factory intake, factory 4-barrel carb, exhaust manifolds, factory ignition stainless cover, factory plug wire covers, aluminum radiator, dual electric fans, aftermarket heat and A/C. Neat and clean, drives and handles good. Visit our website at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
Car will be sold at Scottsdale 2020 auction to benefit Detroit Children’s Fund
Even with top down, there’s room for two sets of golf clubs in storage compartment behind the mid-engine
The Pick of the Day is a convertible priced under 10 grand
Among the 5 Corvettes from Jim Mangione is one special ordered by Bill Mitchell
The Pick of the Day looks ready for top-down pleasure
Other upcoming events (aside from those in Monterey) include Corvettes at Carlisle, the Milwaukee Concours and a few street rod extravaganzas
GM design chief says Stingray orders are close to capacity
Richard Petty’s Plymouth Superbird NASCAR racer and first 1967 Corvette L88 are among the star cars at the auction
Chief engineer: We couldn’t promise enough volume for a supplier to make the investment