#'s Matching 283/270hp 4-spd manual transmission.The transition from the '60 to '61 Corvette was at first glance subtle but noticeable.� And from the back a bit of a preview of what was to come in '63.� Gone was the rounded back end replaced with a more angular "ducktail" look with two round tail lights on each side.� This tail light motif would be a staple of Corvette design all the was up until the present seventh generation changed to a rectangle shape.� The front end was similar to the '60 with one major exception; the grille "teeth" were gone.� The end result was a sleeker and more refined look overall.� The drivetrain basically carried over from the previous year.� This was the last year for the 283ci engine and the last year for "dual quad" carbs.� So you could say the '61 was a milestone year for Corvette!This beautiful example has benefitted from a "frame-up" restoration. Meaning the body was not removed from the frame in the process.� It features beautiful Tuxedo Black w/Silver coves exterior and a Red interior White soft top and a 283/270hp engine with a 4-spd. transmission.� Includes a binder with resto and service receipts.� Excellent runner! Visit Corvette Mike online at www.corvettemikeanaheim.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 800-327-8388 today to schedule your test drive.
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