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VIN 194379S701517

Car Year: 1969
Car's approximate birthday: September 16, 1968
Owner: Ebay: ss69camaro350
City: Shaverton
State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Purchase date: Undefined
Status: Current Owner
State: Nice Driver
Exterior: 972 Can-Am White
Interior: 411 Bright Blue (Vinyl) (9.10%)
Softtop: Other Color
Wheels: Other Color
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
  19437 Base Corvette Sport Coupe (BB 390hp) 57.09% 4,781.00
  A82 Headrests   17.95
  A85 Custom Shoulder Belts (std with coupe)   42.15
  G81 Positraction Rear Axle, all ratios 95.36% 46.35
  J50 Power Brakes 43.54% 42.15
  L36 427ci, 390hp Engine 27.17% 221.20
  M20 4-Speed Manual Transmission 42.59% 184.80
  N37 Tilt-Telescopic Steering Column 26.64% 84.30
  N40 Power Steering 58.99% 105.35
  U69 AM-FM Radio 87.38% 172.75
  Total   0.0343%
(14 Cars)
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Car history:
1969 Survivor All Numbers Matching Chevrolet Corvette w/ Nos. Matching 427 CI Big Block; Nos. Matching 4-Speed Muncy Transmission and Nos. Matching 3:36 geared Posi Rear.
Please note the following Options/Features:
- Power Steering
- Power 4-wheel Disc Brakes-
- Original Astro-Vent Tinted Glass
- Removable Tee Tops (with storage Bags) and removeable rear window
- Tele/ Tilt Steering Column
- Original Red Line Spare Tire (never on vehicle/ brand new wheel and tire condition)
- Original Gas Tank
- Original 427 CI Engine - Pad Code: T0903LM - 701517 Block Casting No. 3955270; 390 HP; 460 lbs/ft Torque; 10.25/1 compression ratio; Original Aluminum Intake Manifold Casting no. 3947801
- Original Muncy 4-Speed Transmission
- Original Posi Rear with 3:36 Gears Date Code: AU 8668
- Original Interior: Code 411
- Exterior Paint: Can Am White/ Paint Code 972
- Original Corvette Owners Manual with original GM Baggie
- Original GM Protect-O-Plate
- ALL Fiber Optics Function
- ALL Hydraulics function including the obstinate Hidden Windshield Wiper Door, and Headlight Buckets! (This Feature is in-operable on 75 of Corvettes you see listed for sale)
I am only the 4th Owner of this remarkable Survivor 1969 Corvette Big Block Coupe. An original Colorado Car, the Car has always only been driven in nice weather and stored Winters. The Car was appraised back in 2006 with 61,000 miles by Corvette City Corvette Specialist and Appraiser Gary Steffens at $40,000 due to its excellent original condition, it being a highly optioned Corvette; and its desirable Color combination of White with Blue Interior. The Corvette has only been driven 2,000 sunny day miles since that appraisal. During the appraisal/inspection, an Engine Compression and Cylinder leak down test was conducted with all cylinders at 140 to 150 psi (none lower); and a cylinder leak down rate of less than 5 (most 4 or lower) of all cylinders. The Engine in this Corvette is very strong and has a ton of torque (460 lbs/ft. It doesn't burn oil, starts easily, idles smoothly and runs very strong! The Engine has never been out of the Car never bored, never rebuilt. Original - Still has original Smog Pump and A.I.R System.
Here's what else Mr. Steffens had to say about this Car: This 1969 Corvette is one of the most original, complete, and un-damaged Cars I have ever inspected. The Body and Frame/undercarriage is straight, undamaged, and rust free. There is no rust corrosion on the original Frame of this Car..! - my words. Because of the originality of this Car, the many Options, and the Desirability of the Color combination, I appraise this Corvette at: $40,000. That was at 61,000 miles and 9 years ago. It's only been driven 2,000 miles since and these, (all original) Cars, have appreciated in value since then!
The only non-original Items on this Car at the present time are the Radio, which was replaced with a Cassette Player - AM/FM Radio made specifically to fit this year Corvette; (I have the Original Delco Radio); Passenger Side Door Mirror; and the original Rochester Quadra-Jet 4-bbl Carburetor. I have the original correct numbered date code correct Quadra-Jet Carburetor safely put away in a Box and it goes with the Car. My personal preference in Carburetors is Holley, and I put on a brand new $500.00 spread bore Holley (no mods needed), with a manifold eat shield, because of the crap ethanol gas they sell these days that tends to percolate at 100 degrees. You can see the heat shield in the photos of the Engine. Let me say this: It's the best of both worlds. The Holley outperforms the Quadra-Jet by leaps and bounds. the Car runs better and more efficiently with the Holley; The Holley is made to run on todays ethanol blended gasolines. And The original Quadra-Jet is safely tucked away in a Box, to be put back on at the new Owners desire.
The current overall condition of this Corvette is excellent. Everything works as noted above (Fiber-Optics and Hydraulics); The Car starts easily and runs strong. The Muncy Transmission rows thru the Gears with no issues, and the 3:36 Posi is just the right Gear Set for low end grunt (with the 460 lbs /ft of big block torque); but high enough for highway cruising. The all original Interior is in amazing condition with no torn or damaged upholstery, Seats are not ripped or torn; Door Panels Intact and carpeting clean. For safety reasons I had a Passenger side Door Mirror installed by a Chevrolet Dealer. Some photos depict the Car earlier this Summer before I had the Mirror installed, and others show the Factory right side Mirror.
Mechanically, the Car has had all new fan belts installed this past summer, including the one often over-looked or just missing on a lot of Corvettes. the Water Pump to Crank fan Belt...New; along with the other three (3) Belts...all new. New Power Steering Hoses installed this Summer; New rear Shock Absorbers; New Rear Struts installed, of course, the new Holley Carburetor mentioned above. Brand new Stainless Steel exhaust system from the exhaust manifolds right back to the Stainless steel exhaust Tips (including two (2) new Mufflers were installed this past summer. New Tune up including all new Ignition Points; Distributor Cap; Rotor; Spark Plugs; Oil Lube and Filter. over $2k in maintenance work done this year. This Corvette needs nothing except to be driven. Turn-key operation. turn the key and go!
The Car would be a $75,000 car if you so desired to paint it, but it doesn't need paint to be enjoyed for a long time. If there's any drawback to this Corvette at all, it's the's showing its age. In normal sunlight the Car presents very well, and still wins shows, but under the bright fluorescent lights there are the typical bright and dull spots of aging paint; some texturing on the hood (years of heat), and the usual small cracks in the usual places ie. the nose around the Headlight Buckets; radio antenna base etc. But...They are minor issues and are not serious damage. This Corvette still gets the Thumbs up driving down the road and will do so for many years to come.
There is the original Owner's Manual; Protect-O-Plate and receipts for maintenance going back to the early 1980's. this is a well documented original Car. BiN $40,500. December 3, 2015.
For Sale: No

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