Gateway Classic Cars of Kansas City is proud to present this
gorgeous 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible! This
Corvette is powered by a 327 V8 paired to a smooth shifting 2-speed
Powerglide that the owner believe to both be period correct and
rebuilt. All of this power is put to the ground through the
Positrak rear end with Power Steering helping you to turn and Power
Brakes stopping you on a dime. This is your classic little red
Corvette and contains the highly desirable color matched interior.
There is honestly no better color combination than red on red. The
owner has made tons of improvements including a new fabric
convertible top, a new battery, Electric ignition, and even Rally
Spinner Wheels. This Vette has had no expenses spared, and it is
extremely evident when you pop the hood and check out all of that
chrome! This Stingray also contains Hooker Headers, an aluminum Be
Cool Radiator, a heavy duty blower fan, a Holley Carb, and even a
new Power Steering pump. Even a $1,500 Ceramic Coating has been
applied! This Stingray could very well be the centerpiece of any
Corvette collection.Some additional features of this stunning 1966
Corvette include Air Conditioning, Aluminum Wheels, AM/FM radio,
Manual Convertible top, Performance Tires, Power Brakes, Power
Steering, Power Windows, Rally Wheels, Seatbelts, Telescopic
1966 Chevrolet Corvette
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