Originally introduced in 1970 for both the Corvette and Camaro, the LT1 package offered buyers a performance-oriented option consisting of a high-compression 350 small block with solid lifters and a 4-speed manual transmission. In order to meet emissions standards heading into 1971, the compression ratio was slightly reduced and power was now rated at 330hp. Chevrolet only built 1,949 Corvette LT1s in 1971, making them very rare. This particular LT1 Corvette is finished in its original Steel Cities Gray, which only a handful of cars left the factory wearing, and is complemented by a black interior. Under the hood is the original 350/330hp small block and 4-speed manual transmission. Additionally, it came new with a 3.55 posi-traction rear end, AM/FM radio, rear-window defroster and factory audio alarm system. The car comes with its original Tank Sticker, which has been authenticated by NCRS, as well as a shipping report and original California Blue Plate.