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1968 Corvette Convertible – L89 427/435 Aluminum Heads
#’s Matching with 41,000 Original Miles
Loaded with unique, one-year-only features, 1968 Corvettes were the first of the C3 series. To go fast on the street that year, just 624 buyers opted for the L89 aluminum head 427/435 HP engine. The majority of these Corvettes were raced or driven extremely hard on the street. The result is that very few still have their original, #’s matching engine.
This prime example of 1960’s horsepower is quite original and is believed to have only traveled a total of 41,000 miles and retains its factory installed engine.
For the Corvette enthusiast looking for the ultimate in streetable horsepower at a reasonable price, this Corvette should top their list. Prime C2 427 Corvettes have sailed by the $150,000 mark. We believe the C3 Corvettes will follow suit.
NCRS Top Flight Award – 2013
NCRS Judging Clinic – April 2013
Matching #’s L89 427/435 HP engine, With Aluminum Head Option – Rare !
3X2 Carburetion - 4 speed transmission
Many years in Deery Corvette collection
Chrome Luggage Rack
Rally Wheels & Redline Tires
Lemans Blue with White Soft Top
NCRS Judging Sheets – NCRS Shipping Data Report
Original Owners Manual
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