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VIN 194671S103407



























   
Car Year: 1971
Car's approximate birthday: December 9, 1970
 
Owner: Steve Sarantis
City: Fayetteville
State: Georgia
Country: United States
 
Purchase date: Undefined
Status: Current Owner
 
Nickname: Date posted 04/30/2009, Updated 01/05/10
State: Race Car
 
Exterior: 983 Brands Hatch Green (15.80%)
Interior: Std Black (Vinyl)
Softtop: White
Wheels: Other Color
 
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
 
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
[$]
  19467 Base Corvette Convertible (270hp) 32.66% 5,259.00
  UA6 Alarm System 38.99% 31.60
  Total   0.000009503290226%
(1 Cars)
5,290.60
 
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Other details: Mileage: 75,000
Trim Tag: E08 Trim 400 983 Paint
 
Car history:
Info from current owner, 01/05/2010, pics. 16-25
Check out this beautiful Corvette Roadster. If you like them original, then this car
is not for you; but if you like 'em wild, here you go. I bought this Vette in May
2009 from a private seller. He started the transformation with new paint, Foose
Nitrous wheels w/ Toyo Proxes tires 275/35/18 front & 295/35/18 rear, new seat
covers and carpet, Autometer gauges and a new ZZ572/720R crate engine. He
also added (all new) a BeCool radiator with dual electric fans, 140 AMP Chrome
Alternator, Electric Vacuum Pump, March Serpentine Kit, Summit Digital Ignition,
Centerforce Clutch, Powerslot Rotors & new brakes, Carbon Fiber Hood Scoop, an
Edelbrock Nitrous system which has never been filled or used and dual Edelbrock
electric fuel pumps (one for the nitrous). He put a little over two hundred miles on
the new set up when he was forced to sell his cars for financial reasons. I asked
what else the car needed and was told only a radio. When I took delivery of the
car, the lower spoiler was damaged and there was a deep scratch behind the
passenger front wheel. I drove the car home, and while beastly it had more "play"
in the steering and suspension than I was comfortable with so I took it to a
friend's performance shop for a safety check. Sure enough, he had dropped in a
monster engine without setting up the car for the power. There was slop
everywhere. We began by disassembling the suspension and manual steering. A
Vette Brakes & Products Performance Plus Suspension and Rack Attack power
rack and pinion steering conversion with polished reservoir and March pulley were
installed, along with a complete refurbish and renewal of any part that transfers
power. I have 9 pages of small print of everything that was done to the car,
including thousands in small parts and components. The transmission and
differential were inspected and synthetic fluids were added. The trans is a close
ratio Muncie 4 speed and the rear gear is 4:11. New polished side pipe tubes with
Hooker Max Flow mufflers were added. The original ZZ oil pan was replaced with a
Canton 7 Qt pan and filled with Joe Gibbs racing oil (the original pan gave almost
no ground clearance). I considered removing the nitrous kit, but it's a nice show
piece so I left it in the car inoperable. If you choose, a few connections and some
tuning will get you over 1000hp. I also added several new interior parts and a new
convertible top. The car was road tested and the suspension set for the perfect
combination of stance, performance and comfort. If you know the 720R, you know
it's a 12 to 1 engine and likes the good stuff. We dyno tuned the car to run on a
pump/race mix of 5 gal 116 and half tank of 93 where it made 610rwhp/610rwtq.
With the car's low stance and strapped to the dyno we got a tire rub at full throttle
which we thought might have skewed the numbers a little on the light side, but we
had plenty of power and were a little fat so we left it alone. With the mechanicals
and tuning done it was time to repair the spoiler and scratches. The previous paint
work was not show quality but very presentable; so the spoiler was repaired, the
hood cutout cleaned up and the nose and hood repainted. The rest of the car was
wet sanded and buffed. Overall, the paint is very nice. It has a lot of "pop", but
you can nit pick it in places. There is over $90k in this car. I have put another few
hundred miles on the car and have realized that this might be too much car. I
estimate the car has lost over 200 pounds making the power to weight ratio
incredible. It drives, handles and sounds like a race car and is scary fast.


Info from previous owner, 04/30/2009, pics. 1-15
This is an AMAZNG and HOT 1971 Convertible Corvette Stingray.
It features a ZZ572/720R Deluxe GM crate motor and a 4 speed transmission and
Centerforce dual friction clutch.
Possible applications for this motor include (but are not limited to)
a solid 9 second bracket car (that's without the NOS)
street car with no equal
a show car that shakes the trophies out of the judge's pocket!
(these applications have not been validated, they are merely suggestions;)
All new Ultra-light auto meter guages (silver face with black markings and orange
pointer) , new leather seats, new paint, new carpet.
Custom Foose Nitrous 18" wheels staggered. New Toyo Proxes T1R ultra performance tires.
New Edelbrock Nitrous system. Custom carbon fiber wrapped scoop to fit the
MASSIVE Demon 1090 cfm Dominator carburetor.
Be Cool after market aluminum radiator and fan kit. Custom March brand
serpentine belt conversion kit (features billet pulleys that are designed to boost
power, and eliminate thrown belts)
Two Edelbrock electric fuel pumps, (one for the motor and one stand-alone for nitrous system.)
Summit racing street and strip multi-spark digital CD ignition.
New brakes and calipers with Power Slot rotors.
Miscellaneous restoration parts from Mid-America and Year One.

 
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