| 1969 Chevrolet Corvette 427 Convertible|
text: 427 Big Block
Complete Rotisserie Restoration
This may possibly be the most complete numbers matching 69 Corvette in existence. If you are looking for a 1969 Corvette Please take this one into consideration.
Miles Showing 15,665
427ci Big Block
4 Speed Muncie Manual Transmission
Monaco Orange Exterior
| 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Custom|
text: Amazing 1964 Chevrolet Corvette Restomod
" Z RAY"
Built By The Classic Car Garage
ENGINE / TRANS
Corvette Z06 LS7 427 CI
- 505 HP
- 470 FT/LBS Torque
- drive by wire
tremec TKO-600 5 speed trans
Carbon Fiber Synchros for high rpm shifting
Hydraulic Throw out bearing
LS7 Z06 Clutch
Custom modified LS7 Exhaust Headers
| 1968 Chevrolet Corvette 427|
text: All matching numbers drivetrain, 400 horse 427 cubic inch "IO" big block engine, turbo 400 transmission, 3.08 posi trac rear end, original color of Silverstone Silver with dark blue interior, new black soft top, and black vinyl factory hard top, original 68 only rally wheels with Coker bias ply redline tires, power steering, headrests, speed minder, paint is 12 years old, original glass, 77k ori...
| 1959 Chevrolet Corvette |
text: She does run and has brakes. Car was originally red with red interior. She has a new 327 with 0 miles and a Muncie 4-speed. The 327 was bought in 1973 and she has never been on the road since 1973. She was under a restoration and most major parts were removed. Most everything was temporally installed for ease of transportation. None of the wiring is hooked up except for the ignition switch. Only the oil...
| 1968 Chevrolet Corvette 427|
text: 427ci. 400 hsp. 3X2 Tri-power 4spd. Coupe. This is a fully documented Bloomington Gold Certified SURVIVOR and a NCRS Regional Top Flight award winner. I have owned this car for nearly 10 years. The car with its original International Blue exterior and Medium Blue interior with all original matching numbers and date codes is a timeless beauty. The car is nicely optioned with power steering, power windows,...
| 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray 3-Window Coupe|
text: Fifty years old this year! Been in storage since 1981 and NEVER driven until 2013. The car was built in April of 1963, J65 Metallic brakes, L76 340 Hp 327 ci, 4:11 Positraction, 4 speed, block rear casting number 3782870, front boss number F0426HR. Dated overflow can, dated alternator. Never wrecked all original bonding strips intact. All the stainless trim is very nice and the bumpers are straight and...
| 1957 Chevrolet Corvette Hardtop|
text: This is a very attractive, hardtop only, numbers matching vehicle. The VIN (E57S102676) indicates that the car was assembled in St Louis as the 2676th of 6339 Corvettes produced in 1957. The assembly date has been determined by others to have been March 20, 1957. The engine casting date is B277 or Feb 27th, 1957 and the engine assembly date is F 228 EF which indicates assembly in the Flint plant on Feb 28...
| 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Split-Window LS-3|
text: Another Rod Saboury Creation! After hundreds of hours, Rod has finished this eye-popping 1963 Coupe. Starting with an original Split-Window body, a new press molded 'Corvette Image' frontend and hood were added along with new press molded rear quarters. Everything in this Corvette is new or rebuilt.
Some of the amenities include: All new tinted glass, Vintage Air/Heat, Polished window stainless, Beauti...
| 1955 Chevrolet Corvette |
text: NCRS Top Flight. Fully documented 4-owner car. This incredible 1955 Chevrolet Corvette, one of just 45 ordered in Pennant Blue, was completely restored in 2008 and achieved Top Flight status with an incredible 98pts out of 100. It was originally owned in Honolulu, HI (actually the first Corvette ever in Hawaii) before coming to Washington in 1967. The last owner cared for this Corvette for nearly 25 years...
| 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible - First Official Photos|
text: More to come soon....
| 1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray LT1 Convertible|
text: American firepower. Shot for Corvette Magazine, Issue 80, April 2013....
| 1954 Chevrolet Corvette Nomad Concept Re-creation|
text: The car that you see before you is the 1954 GM Motorama Corvette Nomad re-creation and follows the lines identically and to perfection of the original 1954 Corvette Motorama Nomad that was destroyed. The current owner and the person responsible for this ‘back to life’ Chevrolet Nomad has spent over five years and almost $400,000.00 to produce the car.
The re-creation 1954 Corvette Nom...
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