Numbers matching, real red vette, one family owned, 4spd, saddle leather interior, power steering, A/C, power windows, original Delco AM/FM radio, tilt & telescopic steering column, original shifter, rally wheels, A/C, completely detailed underhood, original valve covers, original air cleaner assembly, original ignition shielding, original air pump assembly, and much more!
This corvette has been very lovingly cared for by the original family. This vette has recently been repainted in base coat/clear coat with a new fiberglass rear bumper. The original engine has been rebuilt along with new water pump, new master cylinder, 4 new calipers, belts and hoses, alternator, fuel pump, carburetor rebuilt, new complete carpet set, new seat covers, new complete weatherstrip kit, and much more. We just had this vette fully serviced and lubed with all the fluids changed including the rear end grease.
I drove this corvette over 3 hours home. It is a very fun vette to drive and enjoy.
In 1974 GM only produced 5,474 convertibles, and only 12,356 4spd out of the 38,000 corvettes built. This is a very pretty and very rare corvette convertible!
For more information, pictures, and video visit: http://www.hobbycarcorvettes.net/corvette/1974-mille-miglia-red-corvette-4spd-stingray-convertible/
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