The numbers-matching V8, four-speed stick, desirable hardtop, and
factory-correct distinct Monaco Orange make this 1969 Chevrolet
Corvette Convertible quite a distinguished classic. And there's a
road-ready style that makes it an awesome classic to enjoy.
Monaco Orange is a terrific factory color to have. It was the
muscle car Hugger Orange but just called a sportier name the
Stingrays often used. This was resprayed in later years, and today
it carried the right look of a good shine but aged in nicely for a
more vintage style. So while some people may choose to update this
finish, we like a good driver-quality car like this because it
never makes us nervous about enjoying it. And that's the theme
you'll see throughout the car. It has the right mix of history,
updates, and an overall road-ready feeling. And you'll appreciate
the details like the complete brightwork with the form-fitting
chrome front end, two-piece rear bumpers, window trim, and Rally
Since the interior also has a blackout appearance, it feels like
you can't go wrong with any way you choose to motor, top up or top
down. The whole style is very vintage where even the aftermarket
AM/FM stereo looks period correct. It makes for the right classic
car feel. But what you'll like most is how this engages the driver.
You have high-back bucket seats and a center console in between.
And nothing beats the experience of grabbing the grippy three-spoke
steering wheel and peering through at the large speedo and tach.
Plus, that bright shifter is just calling out for your right
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8 with a
proper Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor on top. While it's great to
have the original motor still in this car, you also get a nice hit
of upgraded power thanks to the Edelbrock intake and HEI ignition.
Best of all, you're in complete control of the power and its
soundtrack thanks to the Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission.
These Stingrays are meant to be enjoyed on your favorite road, and
that's why this comes with tight steering, four-wheel disc brakes,
and a fully independent sports suspension.
We love this C3 drop-top because of its distinctive color and
numbers-matching history. That means you have a great-driving
classic for today and plenty of room to personalize and update to
make it a reflection of you. Call today!!!
1969 Chevrolet Corvette
Exterior Color:Monaco Orange
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