1971 Chevrolet Corvette LS5 454 The C3 is the third generation of
the Chevrolet Corvette Many improvements to performance and
handling arrived with this generation Corvette. Many enthusiasts
are drawn toward the early C3 Corvettes for their chrome bumpers, a
distinct feature of this 1971. Orginally a California car, this
fully restored example is powered the LS5 motor, a 454 cubic inch
big block motor rated at 365 horsepower from the factory and backed
by a Muncie M21 4 speed manual transmission. This has been verified
as a number matching drivetrain. Finished in its original Mille
Milgia Red with Black Leather Deluxe Interior. The removable T-tops
add the versatility of open air motoring. Options include Bucket
Seats, Power windows, Astro Ventilation Glass Tilt Steering Column,
4 Wheel Power Disc Brakes and Power Steering. The interior has an
AC Delco AM/FM radio and the Fiber Optic Lighting Indicators.
Options include: Air conditioning Power windows Power Steering
Power Brakes Four Wheel Disc Bucket Seats Leather The NCRS
(National Corvette Restorers Society) Delivery Document shows this
Corvette was built May 10, 1971 at St. Louis Plant and delivered
through Cormier Chevrolet, Long Beach California. Please call
Foreign Cars Charlotte at 980-333-7482 and ask for Brian Barr for
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