This 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible comes with two-tops, V8 power, stick-shift control, and the overall appeal of a classic Stingray. So it's great you can get it all for one obtainable price.
The long hood, short desk, and awesomely flared fenders make the Stingray convertible a true speedy-looking classic. Marlboro Maroon is a great Corvette color. After all, you get the boldness of red, but in a deeper tone. It also makes for a nice contrast that makes all the brightwork pieces .....
stand out on the shark-like pointed nose, two-piece rear bumper, silver fender vents, rocker trim, luggage rack, and Rally wheels. And if you like contrasting style, then the cream-colored folding roof will really make you happy. This one even offers a nice coupe-like profile whenever you want with a color-matched removable hardtop.
The full black interior looks quite nice against the exterior maroon, so your favorite color combo of them all will likely come from going with no roof at all. This one was built to enjoy with high-back bucket seats, a center console, and upgraded retro-style AM/FM stereo with digital tuner. And nothing beasts the experience of grabbing the three-spoke steering wheel and peering through to the large speedo and tach. Plus, that bright shifter is just calling out for your right hand.
The engine bay has a bright and tidy setup with the bold orange block, ribbed valve covers, and plenty of polished components. This 350 cubic-inch V8 inhales deeply with a four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales with a sweet performance tune out of the dual exhaust. Plus, the four-speed manual transmission has a smooth action that keeps you in control of it all. It's the kind of strong package that will make you look for the open road. That's why this also comes with a fully independent sports suspension, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
This Stingray convertible has the right features, the right distinction, and the right price. So don't let it slip away, call today!