With distinct factory-correct colors, number matching V8 power, and four-on-the-floor, this 1970 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is a great standout classic. So it has a sharp look that's instantly attractive, and it even has the little extras - like a color-matched hardtop!
This Corvette has the kind of history we want in our classics. It has been in the same family for over 20 years. The father bought it from the believed second owner in 2001, and it was given a full professional .....
restoration. Then his daughter acquired it in 2015, and she is part of a car building family. So this one has been treated with the right attention. Those decades of care are instantly apparent the moment you see the paint. Cortez Silver is a special color only around for two years, and the restoration respray has a bright and clean style that reminds you that high quality endures. In fact, this impression of responsible use and upkeep is also reflected in the crisp body lines, mirror-like chrome bumpers, complete trim with luggage rack, and headlight doors that rest flush. The black soft top looks great against the silver paint, and the hardtop is especially nice with its color-matched style.
While this one looks great with either top in place, what really steals all the attention is when you go with no roof at all. The factory-correct red interior gives this American classic a European level of sophistication - especially because the seats are finished in supple leather. There's a fresh feeling here from a good investment that continues on the carpeting, door panels, dash, center console, and all the fundamentals. It really has a quality classic feel right down to the little things, like the working clock and courtesy lights. The AM/FM digital tuner with cassette fits in with classic style while providing upgraded driving music. There's an unmatched feeling as you grab the shifter with your right hand, the three-spoke steering wheel with your left one, and watch the large speedo and tach dance as you enjoy this classic Corvette.
The engine is the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. It gives off a stock first impression with plenty of correct Chevy orange and plenty of polish on the air grabber and distributor shield. It fires up readily while inhaling deeply through a four-barrel carburetor, and makes a great V8 tune from the dual exhaust. You take firm control over it all with the numbers-matching Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission. Plus, power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and the fully independent suspension all come together to make sure this is a great cruising classic.
The sale comes complete with the original warranty card, owner's manual, and title documentation. This is a sharp-looking and powerful convertible that's got an exceptional history to prove exceptional care. Don't miss out, call today!