Factory 427 Big-Block 1968 Chevy Corvette Convertible 4-Speed with
Matching Numbers This 1968 427 390hp Big-Block 4-Speed Corvette
Convertible is an extremely rare and exciting discovery that's been
off the road since 1980. Green with black interior and white
soft-top. Showing 81k miles. An incredibly desirable and
collectible Big-Block 427 Corvette retaining its original motor.
These cars are beyond hard-to-find and this one was originally born
in Bronze with Tobacco Vinyl interior. Not currently running as it
has been sitting in storage for several years patiently awaiting
its next loving caretaker to come along and bring it back to its
former glory. 1968 was a big year for the Corvette as it was the
first year for the C3 (third generation) body style. Chevrolet
completely redesigned the car?s bodywork and interior, yet they
still kept the widely adored chassis and available engines largely
the same as the outgoing C2 Stingray. Additionally, the Corvette
offered a host of options so buyers could configure their car
exactly to their tastes. Eleven engine options were combined with
ten exterior and seven interior colors to ensure that almost no two
Corvettes produced that year were alike. Of the third-generation
Corvettes, the early big block cars are the most desirable. This
particular example has a lot of potential and is a project
well-worth the minimal effort it would take to get it back on the
road. This 427 Vette is the ideal restoration candidate. Highly
Collectible and Sought-After 427 390hp Big-Block Corvette Matching
Numbers Desirable 4-Speed Manual Gearbox The Ideal C3 Corvette to
Restore Price: $39,950
1968 Chevrolet Corvette
Location:Astoria, New York
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