1969 Corvette T-Top L88, M-22 close-ratio heavy duty 4 speed, numbers match, 31,500 miles. Fathom Green paint with Saddle Tan leather trim. Body-off restored by Tim Thorpe of Thorpe's Corvette (a Bloomington Gold L88 judge and L88 specialist). These type restorations normally cost between $80,000.00 to $125,000.00. NCRS Top Flight award in 2013. This car is known to be the "Last Documented L88" ever produced and was built on December 4th, 1969, the final day of L88 production. Options include aluminum heads, M-22 transmission, transistorized ignition, leather, shoulder belts, headrests, SS brakes, stainless exhaust, F41 suspension, 3.70 posi-traction, J50/J56 power special heavy duty brake system, tinted glass, rallys, and original white stripe tires. Most all factory correct type components.
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