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VIN 194370S417271

Car Year: 1970
Car's approximate birthday: July 31, 1970
Owner: 1) Ebay: carlead
City: Birmingham
State: Alabama
Country: United States
Purchase date: Undefined
Status: Current Owner
State: Nice Driver
Exterior: Other Color
Interior: Other Color
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 (350hp) 61.61% 5,192.00
  A85 Custom Shoulder Belts (std with coupe)   42.15
  L46 350ci, 350hp Engine 28.36% 158.00
  U69 AM-FM Radio 83.91% 172.75
  Total   14.6613%
(2,539 Cars)
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Car history:
1) CORVETTE IS NOT A LT1 CAR, THE LT1 HOOD WAS ADDED BY A PREVIOUS OWNER. Frame and Birdcage are in great shape. 350CI/350HP Engine, 4-Speed Transmission, MATCHING NUMBERS ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION, Original Rear End, Marlboro Maroon, GM LT-1 Hood, GM 8 Ralley Wheels, BFG White Letter Tires with Excellent Tread.
Often times, the biggest mistake made during a restoration of a classic car is when the car is purchased. Inexperienced people will buy a classic car out of someone's garage that has been taken apart and seems cheap because the previous owner lost interest. They will then load up boxes of parts and the shell of a car and drag it all to the restoration shop or back to their own home with the intent of doing a full restoration. Only to realize later, there are lots of small parts and pieces that are missing and expensive to replace. Or they dont know which screws went where, because the previous owner was the one who did all the disassembly. And if they make it through those obstacles, did they restore a car that was worth restoring? Will it be anything special when it's done or will it just be another pretty car on the road with the wrong engine with limited collectors/resale value?
These are things that you need to consider when shopping for a restoration candidate.
This car meets those standards because:
You are buying a complete car, not boxes of parts. It can be shipped by any car hauler unlike cars that are taken apart.
The body is straight which will minimize the cost of the most expensive part of the restoration, a paint job.
The engine and transmission are matching numbers, which makes the car more desirable and more valuable. (If you are going to restore a car, do not restore a car unless it has some sort of collector value)
This is a 350HP car, which is an higher performance option than the standard Corvette. 17,503 miles from the odometer. Sold for $15,900 on February 8, 2018.
For Sale: No

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