1969 Chevy Corvette Convertible For Sale
This 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible hits all the high notes: a powerful crate V8, four-speed manual transmission, rumbling side exhaust, and a terrific A/C interior. And best of all, you can get everything for quite a nice price.
A great classic Corvette is about getting all of the original pieces right and then adding some classic flair. That's what's so alluring about this C3 droptop. It starts with the paint. The code 976 LeMans Blue is the factory correct color, and the racing name perfectly fits this classic's sporty image. It benefits from a more modern professional application to keep this one looking like a deep blue ocean in the sunlight. Plus, the panels have the fit of good care and investment right down to the smooth headlight flaps and the doors you can shut with authority. So this really has the look of quality. These earlier C3s are also for the brightwork lovers, and so the thin bumpers, bright grille, and optional luggage rack come together to add to this vintage shine package. But there are a few more mirror-like elements that you instantly recognize as upgrades. Side pipes were available in '69, but they never looked as good as these. And those 17-inch Dayton wire wheels are pure rolling class.
If you like the way the white folding roof looks against the blue, then you'll love taking the top down, too. The white seats and white door panels expertly blend with the other blue interior elements as well as the exterior to make for a terrific total color package with the top down. Everything you love about the classic C3 is still in place, including the dual pod gauges in front of the driver with the auxiliary readouts taking a prominent place on the side. Plus, there are great upgrades like the three-spoke wood sports steering wheel. And we know you'll love the modern R134a air conditioning that allows you to feel as cool as you look with the top down.
The engine bay has been upgraded for flair and power. This is a 350 cubic-inch crate V8 that looks great with bright valve covers and matching air topper. Plus, the red trim matches the wires and accents throughout the engine bay. But more than look good, you really like this younger powerplant because it has great features like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, GM performance intake, and Hooker headers that feed the rumbling side pipes. Best of all you have complete control over this motor and the thunderous soundtrack that's exiting below your ears thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. These Stingrays remain in demand because they are one of the best cars for vintage looks with tight moves. The power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and a fully independent sports suspension make it a classic convertible that's meant to be driven.
Here's a powerful classic that has been invested in correctly for both style and drivability. It's everything you've been looking for and priced far less than you expected. So don't miss out, call today!
Visit this dealer's site