Annex Houston is proud to consign this Restored Original California 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster. The car is finished in Sunfire Yellow with a Black Leather Interior. The paint, interior and engine were restored in 1985. The engine’s motor stamp is original and was protected during the restoration.
The car was first shown in Waco, TX (1996) and received NCRS Top Flight. The current owner, spent an additional $30k and received a 96.9 Score Top Flight in Kansas City, MO (July 17, 2014). Needless to say this car has several Top Flight Awards and a stack of records for the new owner. Also, accompany this car is the Protect-O-Plate. Everything is functioning properly (lights, gauges, radio, etc.)
OPTIONS: Original Number’s Matching 327/300hp V8, 4-Spd Manual Transmission linked to 3:36 Positraction Rear End, Real Knock of Rims (P48), Off Road Exhaust (N11), Power Steering (N40), Front Tinted Glass (A02), Comfort and Convenience Group (201), Auxiliary Hard Top (C07), rare A.I.R. w/original hoses (K19), Power Steering, Goodyear Tires (7.75x15).
Miles: Approximately 60k original
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