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VIN 194670S410739



   
Car Year: 1970
Car's approximate birthday: June 2, 1970
 
Owner: Unknown Owner
State: Connecticut
Country: United States
 
Purchase date: Undefined
Status: Current Owner
 
State: Project Car
 
Exterior: Unknown
Interior: 400 Black (Vinyl)
Softtop: Unknown
Wheels: Unknown
 
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
 
Options: RPO Option Percentage
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Sales Price
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  19467 Base Corvette Convertible (350hp) 38.39% 4,849.00
  L46 350ci, 350hp Engine 28.36% 158.00
  M21 4-Speed Manual Transmission, close ratio 25.31% 0.00
  U69 AM-FM Radio 83.91% 172.75
  UA6 Alarm System 38.85% 31.60
  Total   0.8983%
(156 Cars)
5,211.35
 
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
 
Car history:
Here for auction is a 1970 Corvette convertible, its an original numbers matching, 4 speed, 350 cu.in.,350 hp engine, its got its original close ratio muncie transmission and 3:70 rear. No options except for radio and alarm system. Original maroon car with black vinly interior. Its obviously a project car, I bought it this way as you see it from the person who was restoring it.The car was in a light front end collision of some sort, enough to break up everything fiberglass, all the nose parts are just wired or screwed together,anything can be repaired I suppose but my opinion is it really needs a nose. The radiator support, shroud, headlamps, etc all appear OK. I do not have either a soft top or hard top to go with the car, I did not get one with it. The wiper door, linkage, grill, etc are there loose, shown in place for pics. The wiper door trim is MIA, the fender tip trim is in car, they are undamaged, both front grills are there, one is broken, the bumperettes are there. The original egg crate side grills are there and undamaged. It appears he started the "resto" in the rear, all the paint was stripped from the nose back down to the bare fiberglass and primed, there are slight imperfections in the fiberglass , not bad, but do not want anyone thinking the body is perfect. Deck lid works fine, one spring is missing and will need replacing. The frame appears excellent, just surface rust, NO ROT, its very solid, no damage evident, does not appear that the engine, suspension, trans or other has ever been disturbed.The interior is excellent, door panels are nice, only a couple of small cracks, seats are nice, one small tear on drivers side on the piping, top dash perfect as is all the dash, console, etc, appears never touched. Steering wheel is nice, just dirty. Gauges, controls, column, wheel, switches, they all look good. Again, just dirty. Nothing, including the radio appear ever disturbed. I have no idea what works and what does not. the carpets are ng, all of it has been removed from the back. Seat tracks work fine. Original dated seat belts are there. It has all tinted glass all around, all look good, door glass goes up and down fine, locks work, the ignition key matches both doors. In the rear the trim quarters and metal retainers are loose and included. The windshield is undamaged and in great condition as is all the windshield frame trim.There appears no rust on the windshield frame. Doors close nicely with a solid thud. The bumpers are good for rechrome, the rears are loose. There are 62,000 miles on the odometer, I believe it, motor looks never disturbed. He told me it ran, I put a battery in it and sure enough it fired up and ran OK. I do have pics of the numbers on pad, engine has the correct double hump heads and valve covers, its a quadrajet carb. The radiator does have a small leak and will not hold water for very long. Exhaust system is there. I have not driven it nor made any attempt. There are NO BRAKES. It does roll around and steer fine, 4 correct 8" x 15" rally wheels, one trim ring is missing, the rh rear marker lamp and the rh exhaust bezel are in the car, as are other loose small parts, screws, hardware, etc. The spare tire tub is all there and undamaged, there is no spare and no jack or battery. This car appears to have been damaged a very long time ago and must have sat somewhere dry. This would make a great winter project and when it's done it will be one fine ride, 350 horses with a 4 speed close ratio, 3:70 gears, whats better than that with the top down?
 
For Sale: No

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