One of 1,741 produced, this is a Corvette 350/255 LT-1 with original, matching-numbers M21 4-speed. Also features Positraction, power steering, tilt/telescopic column, leather, factory AM/FM radio, two tops and Ontario Orange exterior with original rally wheels.
This was the last year for the mighty LT-1, and this is Read More
Patterned after Larry Shinoda’s “Shark II” prototype, the third-generation Chevrolet Corvette production run started in 1968 and continued with few aesthetic modifications through the 1982 model year.
The final year of the C3 car offered factory “Cross-Fire” electronic fuel injection that gave them a boost for the first time in many years. The twin throttle body injectors looked somewhat like carburetors and were mounted diagonally on each side of a broad intake manifold. Cross-Fire’s higher level of sophistication added 10 Read More
(Three L88s crossed the block recently, and we asked CM analyst Mark Rudnick to compare and contrast them. – CM.)
This Monza Red 1970 Corvette 454/390 LS5 coupe has its original black interior, T-tops with removable back glass, and AM/FM radio. It is well documented with the original tank sticker, build sheet, Protect-O-Plate, warranty booklet, and dealer packet, and was treated to a no-expense-spared, professional restoration. The car is pristine, with a completely detailed engine compartment, and comes with both NCRS and Bloomington awards as a result.