|2) Numbers matching LT-1, with tank sticker, window sticker and protect-plate. The interior seems original except for carpet, and is in vary nice shape. The exterior also looks to have been painted. The engine shows like a 1970 that has been extremely cared for; little dirt, but normal (survivor) wear. The car has had some speed work done; Headers, mechanical secondary carb, ignition, but I have the original parts to go with the car. The car drives straight, brakes well, does not pull and runs very strong. If not for it's originality, it could be a fair weather daily driver. Everything works including head lights and wiper door. This a thoroughly enjoyable car for the collector who is savy about the increasing value of chrome bumper Gen 3 Corvettes.60,064 miles from the odometer. BiN $55,000. June 14, 2015. $30,000 (RnM) on August 22, 2016. BiN $42,999 but ended at $32,100 (RnM) on November 19, 2016. BiN $42,999 but ended at $15,100 (RnM) on November 26, 2016. BiN $42,999 by alebdabru (same location) but ended at $30,655 (RnM) on December 20, 2016.
1) Motor suffix code is V0105CTV. Block is 3870010 L. Axle ratio is 4.11:1. All docs, inc. window sticker, build sheet, POP. No-hit body, 53k orig. miles. From 1970corvetteregistry.org, on July 11, 2010.