This 1 of 1,423 BIG BLOCK Corvette Coupes was built at the (S) St. Louis, Missouri plant in Dec. of 1966. Its is presented in Ermine White exterior with Red interior. The (L71) 427-cid/435-hp Tri-Power V8 with 460 ft lbs of torque is back by a Muncie (M21) 4-Speed Close-Ratio Manual Transmission. The Stingray comes with many available options that include: A01) Soft-Ray Tinted Windows,(A02) Soft Ray Tinted Glass,(A31) Power Windows,(A82) Headrest,(A85) Shoulder Belts,(G81) Positraction Rear Axle,(J50) Power Brakes,(K66) Transistor Ignition System,(N14) Side Mount Exhaust System,(QB1) 7.75 x 15 Redline Tires, (U69) AM-FM Radio. The Block is stamped with correct VIN number( 7106203) and TII29JE suffix code. It has an original jack and tire tool. For more information call Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930.
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