|At some point in ownership, some modifications and upgrades were made to suit the owner's interests. These changes were made back in the day, before the market value of these vehicles skyrocketed into infinity. This is more common in the muscle car hobby than miraculously finding a 40 or 50 year old vehicle with every nut and bolt completely original after all these years. Gear heads purchased and modified them in the era. Today, hobbyists have labeled these Day Two Restorations. That is the case with this vehicle. Then a fresh frame up was recently performed, preserving the Day Two modifications. Keep in mind we are selling this beautiful Corvette for a fraction of what a completely original example would sell for. However, the original, numbers matching engine is still installed in the vehicle. The VIN number, engine code, and build date are clearly visible on the engine pad, on the block. Also, the block is the correct 512 casting code. Remaining options for the L88 are present on the vehicle. However, some components, including but not limited to carburetors, intake manifold, air cleaner, alternator, hose clamps, and water pump are not correct. These components are readily available, and at this price, the new owner can definitely make the car completely correct and still be way under market value. Or, since it is a freshly restored example, drive it and enjoy it as it is. Even an L88 clone or reproduction sells for more than we are asking. We believe this is the perfect opportunity for the Corvette buff. Enjoy it as is, or improve your investment by replacing the incorrect parts. BiN $109,000. December 2, 2015. BiN $109,000 on April 4, 2016.