1957 original factory fuel injected Corvette. Restored to original color and condition. Rare Arctic Blue (1 of 487 produced) with Inca Silver coves. Numbers matching 283 ci engine with correct casting and date stamp. Matching rochester fuel injection with rare correct distributor. Correct seven rib low profile aluminum valve covers. Original 3-speed manual transmission. Al Knoch interior. Updated reproduction Wonderbar radio with modern electronics.
Meticulous 6 year professional frame-off restoration, no expense spared; all receipts available. New fiberglass gelcoat wet-sanded by hand for months. Restoration featured on cable racing channel. You won’t find a more beautiful restoration. Looks amazing and runs like a dream. With less than 200 miles, this truely is a new car. Appraised at $150K.
This car has a drag racing history. The car was raced under the name Orange Peel. Known registrations in KY and AL.
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