1971 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible RARE Nevada Silver Over Dark
Blue Interior! Nut and Bolt Restoration! Both Tops! Drives like a
Brand New 1971! Factory Air!! Color Code 905 Nevada Silver over
Trim Code 412 Dark Blue Interior with a Brand New Black Convertible
Top. CJK Suffix Block. Numbers Matching 350 270 HP paired to an
Automatic Transmission. Features include Factory Air Conditioning,
Tilt and Telescoping Steering Column, Auxiliary Black Vinyl
Hardtop, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Rally Wheels wrapped in
White Letter Radials and much more! This is a Gorgeous Nut and Bolt
Frame off Restored Car! Beautiful Paintwork, and slick Stainless
and Chrome! Everywhere you look this car is incredibly well put
together! It drives Super Tight as well! Lots of fun to cruise down
the road! And this is a very uncommon and desirable Color
Combination! Nevada Silver over Dark Blue is Highly Unusual! The
car is offered with both a Convertible Top, and an Auxiliary
Hardtop! It really is a complete package! So please give us a call
today for more detailed information! And be sure to ask about Door
to Door Shipping! We KNOW our cars because We OWN our cars! Call
today for more information! Financing and Door to Door Delivery
Available, We take trades! Call Today! Now Accepting ALL Trades...
Of Course We Prefer Corvettes and Classics, What Do You Have?
1971 Chevrolet Corvette
Exterior Color:Nevada Silver
Interior Color:Dark Blue
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