1969 Chevrolet Corvette
The 1967 Corvette is considered the most-loved Corvette ever produced. The combination of classic C2 styling, along with an incredible array of powertrain and comfort options, makes it one of the most desirable Corvettes ever. Not bad for a car that was never supposed to be made!
The ZR-1's production run from 1990-95 was one of the most exciting times for Corvette enthusiasts in recent memory. In the mid-1980s, rumors of a "King of the Hill" Corvette began to leak out of Detroit and into America's speed shops and dealerships.
Classic Car Overview
This sleek Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is in great physical and mechanical condition ready for a weekend cruise or proudly on display at any classic car show. A recipient of a recent restoration the Corvette is finished in its factory-correct Cortez Silver paint. The Stingray looks simply stunning, with equally impressive chrome trim and glass. The optional numbers-matching “Turbo-Fire” L46 small block 350 power plant produces 350 horsepower and 380 ft.-lbs. of torque, making this Corvette a no-nonsense muscle car that is ready to be driven. The power is put to the ground through a Muncie 4-speed gearbox and the timeless 8” wide Chevrolet Rally wheels wrapped in brand-new Firestone Wide Oval tires. This is one of those cars you must see in person to fully appreciate. It's hard not to stare at the striking Cortez Silver paint or equally superb bright blue interior – both in exceptional condition. The demerits to the body are two small fender cracks on the front drivers and passenger side wheel openings as shown in the pictures. The voluptuous Stingray body contours include, new for 1969, a set of functional side vents on the front fenders that assist the engine cooling duties. The car also comes with a long list of standard and optional equipment, including air conditioning, power steering, disc brakes and T-tops to name a few. From top to bottom, this Corvette coupe has every detail carefully worked out and performs just as good as it looks. The chassis, suspension, braking, and drivetrain systems have all passed an intensive and thorough inspection by one of our trained restoration specialists, so you can have peace of mind and enjoy driving this powerful and beautiful car. Here is your chance to own a spectacular Cortez Silver, air-conditioned Corvette ready for show or go!
Stock Number: HC1587
Miles: 81,832 Miles showing on the odometer (this vehicle will be sold as mileage EXEMPT)
Engine: Numbers Matching 350CI V8 with 350 Horsepower
Engine Block Number: 3956618
Engine Casting Date: B179 (February March 11, 1969)
Engine Stamp Pad: 19S718240 V0220HX
Transmission: Muncie 4-Speed Manual
Trim Tag Info: Build date H06 (March 6, 1969 St. Louis, MO) Paint Code 986 (Cortez Silver) Trim Code 411 (Bright Blue Vinyl)
Equipment: Disc Brakes, Power Steering, Finned Aluminum Valve Covers, Chrome Air Cleaner, Removable T-Tops, Air Conditioning, Dual Exhaust System, Rally Wheels, Firestone Wide Oval Tires, Tachometer, Auxiliary Gauges, Astro Ventilation, Hideaway Windshield Wiper System, Chrome Luggage Rack, Bucket Seats, AM/FM Radio, Center Console
Items Included with the Car: Keys
Condition Code: (2) * (see condition code chart for explanation of category codes 1-5)
Warranty: This vehicle is being sold AS-IS
To learn more about condition codes, the term “numbers matching”, conditions of sale, and Hendrick Performance, please see the bottom of this page for details and clarification.
Classic Car ID101093885
The Term “Numbers Matching” used in our descriptions refers to an engine that has an: engine block casting number and date, engine assembly date and suffix code, and engine VIN/serial number that are present in a manner that is consistent with build sequence of the described vehicle. Numbers Matching does not promise or guarantee originality of the engine. Conditions of Sale: This vehicle is represented as accurately as possible and to the best of our knowledge at the time of listing. Content for window sticker is based on inspection, research, or information provided from previous owners. It is the customer’s sole responsibility to verify the accuracy of any claims to originality, history, equipment, or other information provided. Hendrick Motorsports Performance Group is not responsible for misprints in content or pricing. All vehicles are sold AS IS unless otherwise noted. Hendrick Motorsports Performance Group reserves the right to change pricing without notice at any time. Pricing does not include any state tax, tag, title, and registration fees, or dealer fees ($399 dealer administrative fee will also be charged on each transaction). *Condition Code Chart: 1. Excellent: Show car, freshly restored to like-new or better condition, also could be a very low-mileage excellent condition survivor or late-model vehicle 2. Great: Older frame-off or very nice frame-on restoration, could be a low-mileage great condition survivor or late-model vehicle, the nicest condition car most people would feel comfortable driving to shows or for special occasions 3. Good: Driver quality, at first glance a car that appears to be in great condition, a closer inspection will reveal minor flaws in the paint and interior, the undercarriage and engine bay normally looks unrestored. These cars are mechanically sound, fully functional, and are normally enjoyed on the weekends and for special occasions in good weather. 4. Fair: A car that starts up and runs but is in need some mechanical and cosmetic work in order to be enjoyed on a regular basis 5. Poor: Restoration project, a car that needs to be totally restored
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