1979 Bright Blue Corvette
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PRICE: $ 17999
TRANSMISSION: MANUAL ENGINE: L48/350 MILEAGE: 57000
Numbers matching, L48/350 engine, 57,000 original miles. 4 speed manual transmission, power steering, power brakes, X-A/C, tilt & telescopic steering column, AM/FM/Cassette player, alloy wheels, power windows, dark blue leather interior, rear window defogger, glass T-tops, dual sport mirrors, original air cleaner, original valve covers, and much more.
This vette has been completely serviced with oil and filter changed, transmission fluid and filter changed, and suspension checked and lubed. We also replaced the rear exhaust Y pipe and mufflers, pinion seal, tongue bushing, and sway bar links.
The previous owner had the seat covers, carpet, and door panels replaced.
This corvette seems to run, drive, and shift nicely. It’s going to make someone a nice one to cruise around in.
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