Out of all the vintage Corvettes the C3 body style has to fit the
Stingray name the best. With their wide flat front end it is clear
why the name inspired the look. This clean 1981 has a great look
and runs great as well. It wears a nice Silver paint with pearl
that has a great shine. The T Tops are n good condition and a dark
tinted glass. That is one of the reason these old Vettes are cool.
You have a coupe and convertible all in one. All of the electrical
work is properly functioning and the headlights pop up correctly.
The car has 48,056 miles on it which are believed to be original.
It rides on nicely polished out wheels with BF Goodrich Radial T/A
The 350 V8 motor is numbers matching and runs great. It has been
dressed up with chrome Chevrolet valve covers and a chrome air
cleaner. It is paired with a Turbo 350 transmission that shifts
well with no issues. The car has power brakes, power steering and
air conditioning making it a very comfortable classic to cruise
The interior of the car is a bright Silver and in great shape. The
console and dash all have a very stock factory look except for the
added Alpine AM/FM/CD stereo. In front of the driver sits a nice
Mahogany steering wheel. In the rear storage area is where you will
find the red top Optima battery.
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