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Chevrolet Corvette 427 LS7 V8 1969

General description : BLOOMINGTON JUDGED, MATCHING #'S L71/435HP TRI-POWER, 4 SPD, 200 MILES ON RESTO

Nearly any vintage Corvette has an undeniable "wow" factor, but this 1969 Chevrolet Corvette occupies some seriously rarified air. Only a couple of hundred miles past a painstakingly accurate restoration, it's not only been masterfully refurbished while retaining its originality both inside and out, but it also carries its original big block powerplant under its hood and comes with a collection of restoration photos to document the work that's gone into bringing this classic to its top-notch condition.
Viewing this '69 is like getting the opportunity to go back in time and see your favorite world class athlete in their absolute prime - but, while that athlete's skills will surely diminish with time, this classic greets the present day at its best. Third generation Corvettes netted a legion of devoted fans due to their inspired styling - the car buying public no doubt knew they were glimpsing a very compelling look at the future. This one, clad in Cortez silver paint that's authentic down to the type of lacquer it features, is an absolute attention magnet. The paint not only gets high marks for its original composition, but also its quality - from front bumper to back, the chrome really looks great and the boxes for those all-important finishing touches have all been checked. When you see that "427" emblem on the long, contoured hood proclaiming the outstanding power sitting underneath, it's a definite mood-elevator. Adding to the awesomeness on display is this vintage 'Vette's t-top configuration - allowing you to easily transition to an open-air driving experience whenever you choose, and its removable panels are in great condition.
The black vinyl interior has been thoroughly refurbished to the same exacting level of originality on display outside the doors. Chevy really had their Corvette design game dialed in during the late '60s and the outstanding driving environment here is a great mix of style, functionality and finish. The way the high-backed buckets fit so well into the curvature of the cockpit is really impressive to behold and, with so few miles logged on this restoration, you won't find evidence of wear on either their surfaces or those of the fresh door panels they're bracketed by. Climb inside, take your position behind the wheel and you'll feel like you're at the helm of a fighter plane, with an assortment of controls sitting in front of you so plentiful they extend to the center of the dash - all featuring fresh, easily readable faces. The distinctively angled center console is also in top form and its unique design places the shifter within very easy reach.
The L71 427 cubic inch V8 sitting at the center of the engine compartment was the premium powerplant when this Corvette rolled out. Armed with its tri-power carburetion - three 2-barrel carbs sit underneath its triangle shaped original air cleaner - it carries an impressive 435 horsepower in factory form and sits in an engine bay surrounded by unusually clean components and fresh hoses. It pairs with a 4-speed manual transmission to provide the fitting "hands on" driving experience for a renowned performance classic like this. Disc brakes at all four corners provide fade-resistant stopping power and an independent rear suspension combines with a low, road hugging stance to make this Corvette a corner carving champion as it prowls the asphalt on its 15" stock wheels outfitted with Firehawk Indy 500 tires. Take a look below and you'll see one of the cleanest undercarriages you're likely to encounter on a classic car. Very impressive.
With its unusual level of originality, array of top tier factory components and freshly restored condition, this 1969 Chevrolet Corvette will be an outstanding acquisition. Call today!

Features : Seatbelts, Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Vinyl Interior, Heat, T-Tops, Numbers Matching, AM/FM Radio

https://www.streetsideclassics.com/vehicles/2921-dfw/1969-chevrolet-corvette-l71

1969 Chevrolet Corvette 427 LS7 V8 is listed Sold on ClassicDigest in Fort Worth by Streetside Classics FOR $74995.

 

Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Chevrolet Model : Corvette Model Version : 427 LS7 V8 Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1969 Sub type : Coupé Location : Dallas/Fort Worth

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About Chevrolet
Chevrolet aka Chevy, founded in 1911 by Louis Chevrolet and William C. Durant is the best selling and biggest brand by General Motors -mainly due to low pricing.

No wonder Chevy the "working man's car" has become such an iconic part of Americana in films and pop-culture.

When talking about Chevy one must not ignore Chevrolet small-block V8 the world's most produced engine that has been in production since 1955 and still going strong.

Surprisingly, "America's only sports car" Corvette was introduced under Chevrolet brand rather than its own. To us the most memorable Corvette has to be The second generation (C2) Corvette, Sting Ray.

To compete with VW Beatle Chevrolet introduced Corvair a compact automobile built in 1960–1969 It was the only American designed, mass-produced passenger car to feature a rear-mounted air-cooled engine. Corvair handling was deemed notoriously bad mainly due to Ralph Nader's Unsafe at Any Speed. Although, any handling issues were soon solved the reputation did stick.

With Pony / Muscle car mania taking over the Americans, following the introduction of Ford Mustang, Chevrolet came up with one of its most famous models Camaro. During the first year alone they managed to sell 220,906 Camaros.

Whether you are looking for a classic Chevy or something else you are guaranteed to find one for sale here at www.classicdigest.com