This is a Remarkably Conditioned, Big-Block LS5 ‘Survivor’ with 34K Original Documented Miles! Three Time NCRS Top-Flight Award Winner that also earned the Prestige’s NCRS ‘Chevrolet Bowtie Award’ signifying ‘Corvette Preservation Excellence.’ Full Numbers Matching 454ci 390hp LS5 Turbo-Jet V8 (CZU), M20 4spd Transmission, and Positraction Rear End with 3.36 Gearing. Additional Factory Options include Power Disc Brakes, and F70x15 White Lettered Tires riding on Rally Wheels. The Outstanding Fiberglass Body Shell maintains its Original ‘Daytona Yellow’ exterior Finish (Exceptional Condition) and surrounds the Perfectly Preserved Interior featuring Custom Seat Belts with Shoulder Harness, and AM-FM Pushbutton Radio. Factory Documentation includes the Original Chevrolet Motor Division ‘Corvette Order Copy’ (Tank Sticker), and Window Sticker. Comprehensive Owner History, All Top Flight Awards including Judging Sheets, and Bowtie Trophy with accompanying NCRS Confirmation Letter. This Unique example has received excellent care for Forty-Seven Years, and Drives as New. A Superior Collectible for the Serious Corvette Enthusiast.
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