This matching-numbers 57' Corvette is finished in rare Cascade Green with a new white Al Knoch convertible top. It features the original factory racing setup with 283/270hp V8, dual-quad Carter carburetors, high-lift cam, solid lifters and 3-speed manual transmission. It has undergone a rolling restoration over the past 10 years to NCRS standards. It's equipped with a new reproduction windshield, radiator and new BFGoodrich Silvertown whitewall Coker radials. The new Al Knoch interior features new reproduction steering wheel, working original Wonder Bar AM radio, and working original gauges and clock. It has a refitted original master brake cylinder, rebuilt original wiper motor, rebuilt original heater, new reproduction wiring harness and original dual point ignition. Other features include new reproduction Tar Top battery, newly rewound original starter, original manifold and valve covers with high-temp clear coat, new reproduction wheels with original wheel covers and various new reproduction suspension parts. It has a new reproduction trunk liner and boot panel, as well as a new reproduction jack, newly rebuilt clutch, new reproduction spare tire and wheel, new reproduction fresh air and heater hoses, head lamps, wipers, fuel pump and weather stripping. Included in the package is a history of the car along with the NCRS awards and scoring sheets complete documented restoration cost summary, 1957 Corvette service manual and 1956/57 Corvette assembly manual as well as original owner's manual.
This is a very rare car due to color and the 283/270 HP numbers matching engine. Drive's as new, make me reasonable offer, I have other interests motivated to sell. Also offering free delivery (by me) within three hours drive of central MA.
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