1969 Chevrolet Corvette Big Block 427 Coupe. Finished in beautiful
Riverside Gold paint accented by what appears to be an original
Saddle Tan interior. This C3 is powered by the factory 427CI 390HP
Big Block V8 engine mated to the correct Muncie 4 speed manual
transmission. The engine was just subject to a recent rebuild and
runs great. Our Corvette is very well equipped and features power
steering, power disc brakes, factory air conditioning, soft ray
tinted glass, fender louver trim, t top removable roof panels, and
correct rally wheels wrapped in red line tires. This is a great
looking, running and driving Corvette that would make a perfect car
for cruising or taking to your local car show. Please call Coast
Motor Company today at (941) 212-6548 or after hours at (941)
417-0269 and we would be happy to help answer any questions you may
have. Also, if you would like additional photos or videos please do
not hesitate to ask. Keep in mind that we can provide financing as
well as open or enclosed transportation right to your door. We have
the ability to ship just about anywhere in the world regardless of
your destination. Our goal is to make the whole process easy and
fun so give us a call and see what we can do for you. All
information provided is to the best of our knowledge and we are not
responsible for typographical errors.
1969 Chevrolet Corvette
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