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This extremely well-documented Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible is in outstanding physical and mechanical condition and features a numbers-matching powertrain.  The Turbo-Fire small block 350 cubic inch engine produces 270 horsepower and is mated to a four-speed manual transmission and posi-traction rear axle.  The Stingray is presented in its factory correct Mulsanne Blue paint that looks terrific and is complimented by exceptional brightwork and trim.  Lowering the bright white convertible top lets the rays shine in on those warm sunny days.  The Corvette rolls on a set of Chevrolet rally wheels that look right at home along with the period correct Goodyear Polyglas raised white letter tires.  Inside the cabin is the correct Dark Blue vinyl bucket seat interior that also looks very fresh.  The dashboard is in excellent condition with all gauges and bezels showing as new.  The roadster has been lovingly cared for its entire life and it shows.  The recent previous owner possessed the Corvette for over 20 years proudly displaying the car at National Corvette Restoration Society events garnering two Top Flight Awards as well as several other awards.  During that time meticulous records were kept bolstering the family’s dedication to the Corvette.  Documentation includes the original Corvette Order Copy Build Sheet as well as a copy of the original window sticker.  In addition, all the major Corvette assembly and service manuals are included as well.  This beautiful Mulsanne Blue Corvette Stingray convertible is in excellent running order and is the perfect car for open top driving as the weather starts to warm up, so be sure not to miss this opportunity!


Stock Number:  HC1592

VIN:  194671S121096

Miles:  88,672 miles showing on the odometer (this vehicle will be sold as mileage EXEMPT)

Engine:  Numbers Matching 350CI V8 with 270 Horsepower 

Engine Block Number:  3970010

Engine Casting Date:  F18 (June 18, 1971)

Engine Stamp Pad:  C11S121096  V0622CJL

Transmission:  Muncie M-21 4-Speed Manual – 71S121096 PIE23 (May 23, 1971)

Trim Tag Info:  Build date L07 (July 7, 1971 St. Louis, MO) Paint Code 976 (Mulsanne Blue) Trim Code 412 (Dark Blue Vinyl)

Rear Axle:  3.55:1 Ratio

Equipment:  Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Dual Exhaust System, Chrome Air Cleaner, White Convertible Top, Concealed Windshield Wiper System, Rally Wheels, Goodyear Polyglas Raised White Letter Tires, Vinyl Bucket Seats, Tachometer, Center Gauge Console, Fiber Optics Light Monitoring, AM/FM Radio, Chrome Shifter Handle, Floor Mats

Items Included with the Car:  Keys, Original Corvette Order Copy Build Sheet, Copy of Original Window Sticker, Reproduction Owner’s Manual, Ownership Service Receipts, Corvette Assembly Manual, Corvette Chassis Service Manual, Corvette Repair Manuals, Two NCRS Top Flight Awards, NCRS Scoring Summary Sheets, Top Vette Certification Awards, Reproduction 1971 Corvette Brochure

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. 

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
  • Classic Car ID
  • Stock Number
  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
  • New/Used
  • Mileage
    88,672 miles
  • Engine
    8 Cylinder
  • Drivetrain
  • Transmission
  • Exterior Color
  • Custom Color

Dealer Disclosure
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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