Cool colors, the numbers-matching V8, four-on-the-floor, and the
ability to enjoy T-top fun from the comfort of an A/C interior -
this 1975 Chevrolet Corvette offers a ton of appeal for a value
price. And there are even some fun upgrades for added
The factory-correct shade of Classic White lives up to its name by
being a timeless hue. It has a good gloss, but overall, it's what's
seen as a driver-quality paint. And that term is used for cars that
you're going to want to drive that also won't make you too nervous
to enjoy them out on the road. So it's hard to argue with a
value-priced classic that also wants to be experienced. This is
from the few years when the C3 offered a very modern look with
color-matched urethane bumpers, and at the same time, it still
retained the vintage flying buttress rear style. So it's nice to
have this one looking so clean and complete...but it's not fully
stock. This C3 likes to grab some added attention with upgraded
brightwork with the wire wheels and faux side pipes (your real
exhaust is the traditional one out the back.) It's pure sports car
flair, and that's pretty darn cool.
The factory-correct dark blue leather interior is quite
original-style, and it looks terrific against the white exterior.
You really get to show this off any time you want to take the
T-tops out. In fact, there's even cold-blowing R134a air
conditioning, power windows, and an upgraded AM/FM digital tuner.
So this seems like the ideal machine to go driving around with the
wind blowing and your favorite music turned up. And it's a true
driver's machine with all the right features, like high-back bucket
seats, a grippy sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and the
C3's hallmark prominent full gauge package. And that bright shifter
is just calling out for your right hand.
The engine is the original numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. The
presentation is tidy, so you can see the ribbed valve covers,
polished distributor shield, and gasket that seals the air intake
to the fresh air cowl hood. The four-barrel carburetor allows the
V8 to inhale deeply, and the upgraded shorty headers add power
while giving a nice rumble to the rear-exit dual exhaust. Plus, the
four-speed manual transmission gives you firm control of the motor
and its soundtrack. And the fully independent suspension, power
steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes complete a package
that's great for all-around control.
You're looking for a Stingray that's correct, powerful, and nicely
presented. So don't let this affordable fun machine slip away. Call