1971 Corvette Stingray Convertible Overview: This stingray is a one-of-a-kind daily driver car. It runs flawlessly and is a blast to drive. If you wanted, you could drive it to work every day. I highly recommend coming and giving it a test drive to see for yourself.
Youtube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3J-0YMBRvA4
Fastlane, the performance shop that has worked on it over the years, has been in business for 20+ years and has spent countless hours making it just right. Clean title.
History: Vehicle has been owned by 2 people- the man who purchased it in 1971, and the man who purchased it from him in the 90’s (me.) The car had 5,000 miles when I purchased it, and it currently has a little over 29,000 miles total. All modifications and upgrades were paid for by myself, and installed by Fastlane of Houston.
Specs and Modifications: - Authentic C6 Zr1 Power Plant (750 HP, dyno sheets available) - Bulletproof overdrive automatic transmission - Billet torque converter - Ceramic coated headers - Vintage air conditioner - Stainless exhaust - Wheel & tire upgrades- see photos - Custom stereo with Bluetooth (~$5,000) - Passport 9500 CI custom install radar detector - Leather wrap roll bar - Electric headlight motors - Updated brakes and suspension - Bubble in hood (Same as C6 Zr1)
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
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