For Sale in our Detroit Showroom is a shiny, 1961 Chevrolet
Corvette Convertible. 1961 marked the first year for an updated
front fascia for the Corvette which removed the "teeth" from the
grill area. This specific Corvette is dressed in Honduras Maroon
with a Black vinyl interior. This Corvette's power plant is the
biggest selling point of the car, is the original 283 CID Fuel
Injected V8 engine pumping out a solid 315 horsepower! Only 1400 of
these fuel injected Corvettes were made in the year of 1961, the
majority of them being converted back to carburetor after finding
that the fuel injection system was much too difficult to repair.
Paired to that rare and powerful motor is a 4-speed manual
transmission that shifts through the gears like a hot knife through
butter. The interior on this Corvette is sporting it's all original
look with a Black vinyl interior which gives you a nostalgic
feeling every time you are behind the wheel. This Corvette comes
with many new features including a paint matched hard top,
stainless exhaust, stainless fuel lines, stainless brake lines,
aluminum radiator, and a freshly rebuilt motor. Whether it is
driving down your favorite winding road with the top down or
cruising down to your local car show, this first-generation
Corvette is sure to please its next owner. For more information on
this vehicle including HD photos and video, please visit
www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our
knowledgeable and friendly staff at 313-982-3100.
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