Vehicle Description

1970 Chevrolet Corvette

Car History

The 1970 Corvette actually made its formal debut in late February with a number of improved design styling touches. Fender flares were designed into the body contours to reduce wheel-thrown debris damage. New were egg-crate grills with matching front fender side vents and larger squared front directional lamps. The previously round dual exhaust outlets were made larger and rectangular in shape.

We have a 1970 T-Top Chevrolet Corvette with a great rare color combination, verified by the Trim Tag with #984 Daytona Yellow paint and #422 Green interior, here at Adventure Classics.

Engine & Drivetrain

Our 1970 is powered by a 350 cubic inch engine and back by the 4 Speed ratio transmission. The engine looks nice in the correct shade of orange Chevrolet paint with LT1 finned aluminum valve covers, "Rams Head" cast iron exhaust manifolds, modified ignition, cast iron intake, air conditioning, power steering and brakes, and runs incredibly well.

Its excellent road manners plus the 4 wheel power disc brakes make stopping effortlessly and this Corvette a joy to drive.

Interior

Our Corvette has the rare Green interior which Chevrolet improved upon in a number of areas. The seats underwent a design change that adds an inch of urgently needed headroom as well as better lateral support. The headrests are integrated into the seat design and has a more accessible release button for the seat back hinge.

Our interior looks great with the matching green door panels, wood steering wheel, dash with all the factory gauges and tachometer, stereo radio system, green carpet with floor mats, and more engine gauges and clock on top of the center factory console which houses the chrome 4-speed shifter.

Exterior

If you want to stand out in a crowd, then the Daytona Yellow paint on our 1970 Corvette will do it nicely. It has all the great styling cues on a 1970 like the egg-crate patterned grille and matching louvers along the fenders, more deeply flared wheel lips introduced to reduce the severity of the bodyside tuck-under, parking lights were now squared off and set into the corners of the grille, and rectangular exhaust pipe tips recessed into the underside of the tail, and the previously optional Soft-Ray Tinted Glass option (RPO A01) was made standard equipment for the 1970 model year.

The Corvette rides on the factory correct 15x8 Chevrolet Corvette Rallye Wheels with black wall tires and is an excellent driver that can be enjoyed for many years to come.

Conclusion

The 1970 Chevrolet Corvette with that bright Daytona Yellow paint and rare green interior we here at Adventure Classics is a very collectible car now and in future years to come, plus you can enjoy driving it now with the tops off for open air cruising.

Call or email us at:

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(727) 688-1148 OR (727) 580-9919

AdventureClassicCars.com

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1389741
  • Price:$24,900
  • Location:Clearwater, Florida
  • Year:1970
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:Corvette
  • Exterior Color:Daytona Yellow
  • Interior Color:Green/Black
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:66391
  • Stock Number:116
  • VIN:194370S411719