The 1968 Chevrolet Corvette was a year of inspiring design with a new body and new interior, based upon the Mako Shark show car. Mechanics were improved, the 2 speed automatic transmission was replaced with a new 3-speed. A new sales record was set with 28,566 models sold for that year.This Corvette convertible has had a complete frame off restoration. Only 600 miles have been driven since it was completed.The exterior is Rally Red with a white convertible top. Paint is excellent with no visible flaws and all chrome and trim is in top notch condition.Interior is the red bucket seat leather console interior. All components present in show condition.Engine is the 427/390 hp paired with the automatic transmission. Engine, transmission, and rear end are all matching numbers. This Corvette has power steering. Mechanics are top notch as this restorer has spent a lifetime driving, building, and restoring old cars and is quite an expert.You can view this 1968 Corvette convertible by appointment. Car is located in South Carolina.
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