1969 Corvette T-Top, 427-435 hp, (L-71), turbo-hydramatic, numbers match, original motor car with 22,272 actual miles. Monza Red paint with Black interior. Original, unrestored, unmolested car in excellent condition and an excellent candidate for the Bloomington Benchmark award or the NCRS Bowtie award. Very rare and correct radio delete automatic L-71 that is optioned with power steering, power brakes, transistorized ignition, 3.36 posi, SS brakes, A.I.R., headrests, shoulder harnesses, tinted glass, P02 hubcaps, and Goodyear F70-15" red stripe tires. Most all factory correct type components.
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