1969 Corvette T-Top Aluminum Head L88 with M-22 Heavy Duty 4-speed, numbers matching original motor with 2,025 actual miles. Tuxedo Black paint with matching Black interior. Very rare color combination! Restored by Naber Brothers of Houston, TX. 2004 Bloomington Gold award, 2004 NCRS Regional Top Flight award, and 2008 Bloomington Gold Special Collection, a testament to its impressive restoration. This L88 is one of the finest and lowest mileage examples remaining today, and it is one of 116 L88's built in 1969 and one of the 99 equipped with M22 four speed. Engine affirmed original by Al Grenning/CCAS in November 2014. Radio delete car optioned with aluminum heads, power brakes, tilt-n-telescopic, transistorized ignition, M-22, 4.56 posi, J-56 heavy duty brakes, F-41 special heavy duty suspension, SS brakes, air injector reactor, side louver trim, tinted glass, rallys, and Firestone Super Sport blackwall tires which gives this car that sinister look! Most all factory correct type components.
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