Stk#151 1979 Chevrolet Corvette 56,000 actual miles. California Car, Original Matching Red Exterior, Two Sets of T-Tops, Custom car cover included. Always garaged in NC for the last 9 years. Painted a beautiful Fire Engine Red BC/CC paint, mirrored T-Tops, aluminum rims, Phantom radial SRX white letter tires, emblems are like new, door handles are like new. Dual outside mirrors, power antenna. Looks Good. The interior is Oyster with bucket seats, Automatic in console, dash pad is Oyster and Black. There is a tilt and telescopic wheel wrapped in Gray leather. Wood grain console and dash cluster, factory gauges. Pioneer AM/FM/CD Stereo. Power windows, power door locks, remote mirror. Oyster color carpeted floor mats, seat belts, A/C & Heat, rear defrost. New padded center am rest. New glove box door. Nice inside. Powered by a L82 350 engine, 4-barrel carb, 4 speed Automatic transmission, Corvette fanned valve covers, new master cylinder, chrome air cleaner, power steering, 4-wheel power disc brakes. Dual exhaust with chrome tips, new battery. Runs and handles good. Visit our site at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
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