1966 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe L72 427CI/425HP was built on October
28, 1965. Believed to be a two owner car with the second owner
having it from 1971 to 2022. Extensive recent rotisserie
restoration. Exterior is finished in Laguna Blue. Sitting on steel
wheels with knock off style caps wrapped in Goldwall Firestone
tires Chrome front and rear bumpers. Interior is wrapped in genuine
black leather seats, black carpet, black door panels and dash
,teakwood telescoping steering wheel , soft ray tinted glass, and
AM/FM radio. Engine is the original numbers matching L72 427/425hp
engine. The engine block date code is September 22, 1965, and the
original rectangular port cylinder heads are date coded September
30, 1965. Options include transistor ignition system , off-road
exhaust, posi-traction rear axle and M21 close ratio 4-speed manual
transmission, AC fire ring spark plugs , GM restoration parts Delco
Remy coil, original rebuilt water pump. Documentation includes
service receipts dating back to 1973. Binder full of detailed
records , Owners manual, receipts, restoration photos and
publications. Under the glove box/dash trim tag and vin tag are
present. Frankman Motor Company started in 1988 as a small family
business that has grown from an acreage with a converted 2 stall
garage as the office to the largest independent used car dealership
in a 5 state area with almost 50,000 vehicles sold and over 50
1966 Chevrolet Corvette
Location:Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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