1971 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe
Coupe Car for sale in Selma, Texas 78154
Selma, TX 78154
This super C5 is ripe for the picking. In 2006 when the C6 come on the scene, many C5 Z06 owners quickly traded their car in for the C6, flooding the market with used examples and driving down their prices.
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!
Classic Car Overview
350/270hp, power steering, power brakes, air-conditioning, AM/FM radio all in good working order. I purchased the vehicle from my next-door neighbor's son, who had owned the car for three years. He purchased it from a car dealer in San Antonio, whom I assume bought it from the owner that left the below history.
History from previous owner (C3 Registry site)
I purchased this beautiful 1971
Corvette Stingray about 4 years
ago in September 2007 with 112,980 miles on it. Since then I’ve only put 2,964
miles on her for a total of 115,944 actual miles. I purchased this to enjoy riding
in the local parades. During my ownership, it has never seen rain and been garaged
kept. The previous owner purchased it for his wife in 1984 and restored. I’m
unsure of how many owners before that.
A total frame off restoration was done 1984 and I have every receipt plus pictures of the entire restoration. The company that performed the restoration was Auto Restorers, Inc. in Haleyville, AL.
The factory matching 350 Chevrolet engine balanced and blue printed in 84, with under 21,000 actual miles since restoration, which was completed in '86. I have all the photos and receipts to tell its story. This Stingray has removable t-tops, removable back window, automatic transmission, disc brakes, telescopic-power steering, heat and air conditioning, AM-FM radio, full factory gauges, rally wheels, leather seats, runs and drives great!
To my knowledge the car is stock except for the air cleaner and valve covers. The brakes and tires have about 2,000 miles on them, virtually brand new. I’m pretty sure the factory seats were vinyl and have been replaced with leather. There are chips here and there in the paint and a few spiderwebs in the fiberglass that I took pictures of to show. This is not a brand-new car and in the spirit of total disclosure, I’m doing my best to describe the exact condition. The door jam up by the vin number plate has some slight rust. The valve cover gasket is seeping a little oil as well. The A/C was repaired during my ownership and has failed again. The air doesn’t blow cold at this time but the complete compressor and hoses are all there. The chrome on the bumpers is outstanding. The rally wheels are pristine!
Classic Car ID101536187
Drivetrain2 wheel drive
Transmission4 Speed Automatic
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