This ISCA show winner is one of 457 Big Block Corvettes built in
1970 equipped as it is. Its Numbers matching 454 CID engine was
completely rebuilt in 2005 and Bored .030 over and turned 10-10 to
produce 468 Cu inches of power. The massive Engine breathes through
an Edelbrock 750 Cfm Carb. with K&N Air intake system and stock
intake manifold and outward through Flowmaster 44 mufflers.Engine
upgrades include Chrome Valve covers, alternator and water pump and
MSD 6 ignition. As of 2018, there is less than 5000 miles on the
new motor which is mated to a Turbo 400 transmission with external
cooler / electric fan, and B&Mstreet/strip shift kit. Rear
differential is 336-1 Posi rebuilt in 2005. All suspension has been
redone, all new brakes with stainless steel dual piston calipers.
The car was custom painted with two-stage Donnybrook Green, and
looks great with its rally wheels and The car just received Four
new radial TAs in 2018. This Big Block Corvette was Originally
purchased from EZ DAvis Chevrolet in Redwood City, Ca. April 20
1970. Has the optional chrome luggage rack, Glass T-top, locking
gas cap, Stingray seat covers, stingray floormats, rear privacy
removable window and comes with a car cover.Dont miss this chance
to own a low production numbers matching big block Corvette with
only 2 owners! Please see more details at ClassicCarGuy.com or call
1970 Chevrolet Corvette
Location:San Luis Obispo, California
Exterior Color:Green with flame Graphics and
Interior Color:Green leather
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