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C3 Registry Weblog: Sean's 1975 bright Green 75 Stingray restoration blog

by SEAN ROHDE (1 views)
 
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05/28/2018 20:19

Got the car!
After haggling from 4500 to 2100 bucks I'm the new owner of a Bright Green 75 vette.. I was told it was originally red.. Powerwashed the inside engine compartment and found it was really option 42 Bright Green. Only offered 1 year and only 1600 made. Very happy to find that out.

Car runs good block numbers match and I have started ordering parts.
 
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