Take a classic sports car design. Give it tasteful new styling.
That's corvette in 1961. Starting with the sleek rear deck, it's
clean, uncluttered. From this point forward, it becomes obvious
this new Corvette was designed to be driven. No matter what the
occasion- black tie or tennis shoe- Corvette is appropriate. If
you're an enthusiastic rallyist, an about-towner, a countryside
explorer, or all three, Corvette matches your mood. -General Motors
This Roman Red 1961 Corvette with Ermine white coves was factory
delivered with fuel injection and big brakes. Although neither of
those are on the car today what is on the car is a beautifully
finished exterior and upgraded leather interior to the smooth
running 283 cubic inch motor mated to a 4-speed manual transmission
with all this being stopped by four-wheel disc brakes.
This 1961 Chevrolet Corvette has been driven less than 2000 miles
since its recent full restoration. The undercarriage of this car
presents very well with such features as a sport exhaust and an
upgraded posi-traction rear end.
This Corvette was built to be driven and not just a trailer
If you would like to learn more about this vehicle, please contact
us at Legendary Motors LLC.
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