This C1 is offered with restoration records and receipts from
current ownership , and a clean Georgia title. This 1960 Corvette
was assembled o February 03 ,1960 at Flint Michigan plant, while
serving as a military pilot it was acquired by the present owner in
1966 from the original owner. It spent time in Arizona being
restored to factory standards before being reassigned to Georgia.
Restoration was completed between 1987 to 1983. Engine stamping
104099F0203CU matches the final digits on the chassis number
00865S104099 found on the steering column, all can be seen in
photos. Numbers differential B 20 43833, Transmission
T10-1BW.G.DIV./ 7-23 Tail section T10-7B, Engine Block 104099
F0203CU, Generator 1102043 0B 5. Finished in white over a red
interior, the car is powered by a numbers matching 283cu.mated to a
four speed Borg- Warner T10 manual transmission, positraction
rearend( B20 43833) and the crammed up dual quad was good for 270
horsepower. Features include a new white soft top,chrome trim steel
wheels with interior colored,factory chrome covers, with faux
knock-spinners and new Hankook tires and a wonder bar radio,
factory clock that works.
1960 Chevrolet Corvette
Exterior Color:Polo white
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