- Written by webmin
Is this 1971 Chevrolet Corvette the ultimate small-block Corvette? Not only is it an LT-1, four-speed, convertible, but it’s also been subjected to a full restoration (look at that underhood shot and try not to say “wow”) that was worth some impressive hardware from NCRS. From the seller’s description:
Frame-off restoration completed in 2003, 2004 NCRS Top Flight and Duntov Awards, black top, close ratio 4-speed, power windows, factory security system, AM-FM stereo radio, original owner’s manual, P-o-p, original factory order and dealer documentation, tilt/tele, shoulder belts (option), rear window defroster, 1 of 1949 1971 LT-1s.
This Corvette has been driven an average of 250 miles per year since its restoration in 2003. This is the first year Corvette that uses premium unleaded pump gas. My reason for selling is that I need to make space in my garage for a 1966 convertible I recently purchased.
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