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VIN 194371S119228

Car Year: 1971
Car's approximate birthday: June 11, 1971
Owner: 2) Mike Ebay: midyearvettes
City: Newport
State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Car website
Purchase date: 07/01/2017
Status: Current Owner
State: Not Restored
Exterior: 905 Nevada Silver (5.40%)
Interior: 412 Dark Blue (Vinyl)
Softtop: Other Color
Wheels: Silver (100.00%)
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
  19437 Base Corvette Sport Coupe (330hp) 67.34% 5,496.00
  A85 Custom Shoulder Belts (std with coupe) 70.44% 42.00
  J50 Power Brakes 62.19% 47.00
  LT1 350ci, 330hp Engine 8.94% 483.00
  M21 4-Speed Manual Transmission, close ratio 10.95% 0.00
  PU9 White Letter Tires, F70x15, nylon 57.10% 42.00
  U69 AM-FM Radio 82.92% 178.00
  Total   0.000125589359890%
(1 Cars)
Factory job nr.: K10
Export Car: Non Export Car
Car history:
2) I bought this car approx. a year ago with the hopes of taking it to various car shows. My situation has changed somewhat so I have decided to sell it. This is a very nice original car. Mostly all original paint as far as I know. It does show the body seams thru the paint as it is getting thin. Across the front the rivet impressions are showing. It is original interior with the exception that a former owner changed out the carpet. I was given the original in a bag when I purchased the car and it will go with the car. Door panels show their age especially on the armrest areas and I have repair panels that have never been installed to go with the car. It is the original numbers matching engine that came in the car. It runs very good. I have receipts where it went through a complete overhaul in the past. It has its original Muncie close ratio 4-speed and original rear end. It is a 4:11 ratio one of the few options the car had. I rides like all other Corvettes and drives good and is quite peppy with this engine and rear axle combination. It has had the exhaust system replaced sometime in the past and is in good shape. It has small pits in the luggage rack, exhaust bezels and tips as is to be expected with an original car. This is not a car you want to buy to fix up as it is way too valuable in it original condition. Some of the pictures were taken by the dealer at his location when I bought it. There are no mountains in Eastern North Carolina except sand dunes. I have driven the car approximately 200 miles in the last year so really do not need it. It has always been garaged since I had it. I noticed that someone in the past removed the smog pump so that is not with it. Anyone wanting to be 100 per cent correct can always buy another on E-Bay and install it. I have the original window sticker, original owners protectoplate, original manuals etc. This would make a great car to enter into Bloomington Survivor. I think it would do well with or without the smog pump but you can decide that. I have many receipts from the original two owners on work preformed on the car. I can take pictures that you may require of this car or can send a video of it running. The only thing I know that is not working is the clock and have receipts when it was repaired in the past so I suspect it will work fine once it is cleaned. They all stop. The fiber optics work but also usually they require the ends to be cleaned to get a good light through the lines. Most of these things I intended to do but I am getting up in age and do not feel like working on the car. Car has white letter bias ply tires as it came with originally. They are in very good condition. The left front seat also has one seam just beginning to show the beaded cord on one of the seams which I do no think is visible in the pictures. I also might consider trade for a nice 30, 31 Ford coupe with Chevrolet power and automatic and air. BiN $34,000 but reached $30,200 (RnM) on March 22, 2018. Sold for $28,600 on April 15, 2018.
1) Very Rare All Original 1971 Corvette LT-1 Coupe. This car is 99 percent Anatomically Correct, all numbers matching Boasting its Very Rare Original Color Combination of a Nevada Silver (905) exterior with a Blue (412) vinyl interior. Documented with its Original Window Sticker, Original Warranty Book/Protect-O-Plate, Original Owners manual/Pamphlet, Trim Ring Instructions, Previous Owners Instructions, and all receipts from previous owner including receipt for recent engine rebuild. No hit body with what is said to be most if not all of its original paint! Factory Optioned with: Power Brakes (J50), 350ci/330hp engine (LT1), 4-speed Close Ratio Manual Transmission (M21), White Letter Tires (PU9), and a Am-Fm Radio (U69). All the correct components under the hood, and front pad stamping is: C11S119228 - V0427CGZ. The interior features all the Original gauges, Original door panels, New carpet, Original seats, etcAll the gauges work except the clock, wiper door functions properly, headlights go up and down with no problems and all the Fiber Optics Work. The Original Carpet Is included with this car, the Original Door panels have slight cracking in the arm rest are so i purchased the armrest patch panels but did not install them because i like the original look but they are included for next owner to install if they choose to. This is a very very untouched Rare 71 Corvette LT-1 you could get in and drive anywhere!.Seen at Corvettes at Carlisle, Carlisle, PA 08/26/2016. 4-Speed Manual Transmission. Mileage: 65,565 miles. Posted 08/31/2016. $25,900 (RnM) on September 10, 2016. $24,970 (RnM) on September 22, 2016. $30,200 (RnM) on February 4, 2017. $29,100 (RnM) on February 16, 2017. $25,000 (RnM) on March 23, 2017. BiN $44,500 (Ended) on April 25, 2017. BiN $42,500 (Ended) on May 10, 2017.
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