1977 Blue Blue Corvette 4spd L-48 350 motor, numbers matching, 68,000 original miles, 4 speed manual transmission, blue leather interior, power steering, power brakes, power windows, A/C, AM/FM/CD radio, sport mirrors, dual exhaust, alloy wheels, Hurst shifter, and much more. The previous owner replaced the seat covers and front carpet. We changed the oil and filter, transmission grease, and checked and lubed the chassis. We also replaced the upper control arm bushings and sway bar links. I drove this one over 3 hours home. It runs and drives strong with plenty of power. 1977 was the last year for the short back window in a corvette. GM released 4,065 dark blue corvettes in 1977. For more information, pictures, and video visit: http://www.hobbycarcorvettes.net/corvette/1977-dark-blue-corvette-t-top/
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