Beautiful C1 Corvette with Rochester fuel injected 283/290hp engine and four speed manual transmission. Paint color is Inca silver with black coves, black interior, new soft top and hard top. Meticulously maintained since a professional restoration in 2004, this is a show quality, correct configuration car. Scored 93.6 by National Corvette Restorers Society. Always a Southern California car, three owners since new, and only one owner over the past 30 years. Includes significant documentation and receipts for the 30-year period.
Chevrolet built a total of 9,670 Corvettes in 1959, 745 of which were equipped with the Rochester Ram-Jet fuel injection option and only 957 produced in the Inca Silver color.
Financing available. Vehicle shown by appointment only. Price does not include license, title and administrative fees. California residents also pay sales tax.
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