1966 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster 427/390hp For Sale - Factory
Nassau Blue LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1966 Chevrolet
Corvette Roadster 427/390Hp The popularity of the mid-year Corvette
can be traced back to many factors including the unmistakable
styling, copious engine options and a wide array of available
options to make for either a high performance or a powerful touring
car. Originally offered with an array of 327ci V8s, it was the 1966
introduction of the 427ci V8 that would truly earn the 'Vette its
'King of the Road' status. With the improvements bestowed on its
brakes and suspension since the C2's introduction, it proved to be
a potent combination of power and agility; something that Zora
himself said he would be proud to take and show off in Europe. The
car has been very nicely restored and the results of this are
immediately evident. Beautifully frame on restored its factory code
"976" Nassau Blue with optional factory "414" Bright Blue interior,
this Corvette is a great example of a nicely optioned car with the
desirable big block power. Open the hood and you'll find the
427/390hp motor with a Muncie 4 speed attached. This Corvette comes
nicely equipped with clock, radio, power antenna and matching
hardtop. The car is finished off with classic Spinner wheel covers
and gold line radial tires. This car is a great example which
provides the complete mid-year experience, big block power and
desirable looks; a great car for any collector or enthusiast.
Additional Details: 1966 CHEVROLET CORVETTE -
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