This burgundy 69 Vette convertible is in nice condition. It has a matching hard top and white soft convertible top. Powered by 350CI/300HP with the block numbers matching the VIN. There is a chrome deflector shield around the distributor which is very rare to find. The exterior is very nice with minimal rock chips. There are no stress cracks on the body. Door gaps and body lines are perfect. It has a solid rust-free frame, in need of nothing. It has the rare burgundy color code 988 with only 1,169 of 38,762 produced in 1969. The interior has black leather seats and carpeting with Corvette mats, original AM/FM slide radio; all gauges and clock work, including the fiber-optic lights. It rides on the original Corvette wheels. It has been fully documented since new. An inspection can be arranged by appointment only. If the car needs to be shipped, we will ensure the car is available for the transporter's schedule. Reasonable offers will be considered. If you have questions or want to discuss the car, contact Randy at 612-619-2252. I do marketing consignments for customers who don't have time to set up ads for their vehicle or don't use the internet. I charge a flat fee up front and do not collect any consignment fees when the vehicle sells. I am not a dealer. The vehicle remains in the owner's possession. I handle inquiries. When the potential buyer becomes serious, I put them in touch with the owner who can answer specific questions about the vehicle.
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