This 1970 Chevrolet Corvette 454 Convertible is coming off of long
term ownership. But you're going to love this for more than more
than a well-maintained and bright look. After all, it's one of the
best driving classics of its era, and it has big block power and a
four-speed to control it all.
You can always tell when a car has been treated with respect. This
Stingray is coming off of nearly a quarter-century of the same
ownership. It has a long and detailed maintenance file, but you can
really tell the level of care just by the first impression. Daytona
Yellow is always bold on a Corvette, and this factory-correct color
has the deep luster and shine. This is due to the very expensive
and professional paint and body work to keep it looking its best.
this included it being stripped to the fiberglass body and having a
gel coat layer added. So you know this sunshine-friendly
convertible is ready for memorable Sunday drives. Crisp body lines,
mirror-like bumpers, and a well-done details style right down to
the badges delivers a Corvette convertible of distinction.
The contrasting black convertible top looks terrific against the
yellow paint. And if you like the way this looks, then you're going
to love the full black interior. It all has that same level of
respect inside that you saw on the outside. So you get a package
that is deep, dark, and inviting. This has all the best Stingray
factory pieces, like the high-back bucket seats, three-spoke sports
steering wheel, and full gauge package with large auxiliary
readouts at eye-level. Plus, you'll notice some nice upgrades, like
the AM/FM/cassette stereo and a Hurst T-bar shifter. There are even
provisions for R134a air conditioning.
Lift the hood and see an engine bay filled with big-block power. It
has a clean look that gives you a nice view of the bold block,
polished valve covers, and big air topper with 454ci callout. And
as you look a little closer, you'll also see some nice upgrades.
They range from the aluminum radiator, to the Hooker headers that
add power to this big block while feeding the dual exhaust. The
four-speed manual transmission is a rebuilt unit with plenty of
added investments, so it provides the ideal balance of smooth and
stout as it gives you full control over this big block power. And
don't forget that these are great driving cars thanks to four-wheel
disc brakes, power steering, and a fully independent sports
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, build binder, and
maintenance records. This is the crisp, clean, and bold big block
classic you've been looking for. So don't let this droptop Stingray
slip away, call today!