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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.
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1977 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe The 1977 Corvette was no longer badged with the Sting Ray script. The tried and true orange engine color was changed to blue between August and September of 1976. Some early production 1977 Corvettes were still built with the orange painted engines, but most have the new blue engines. A new crossed flags badge adorned the front of the hood between the headlights as well as on the fuel filler door. The glass roof panels that were announced this year were never delivered on a production car. The 500,000 Corvette rolled off the line this year. For consignment a C3 version from 1977 and later in the year build as the engine color went from standard orange to the new blue, and this one is blue. Overall good condition on the exterior, a favorite design version of this writer with all rounded edges and a beautiful profile and stance. All documented from day 1 with service records this 2-owner car is a turn key collectible. Exterior Bathed in Corvette Classic White the paint is showing its age with cracking and crazing on the tops of the front and rear fenders. Noted are the neoprene bumpers on the front and the rear are discolored and show fading in the white finish. A T style roof with removable panels is an option on this car. Behind these, flying buttress panels are seen angling toward the rear deck. Coves just behind the front wheels flare into the fender nicely and move upward to form the curved fender that melts into the hood area, which also houses the hidden headlights. Bringing up the rear are the round taillights in a body matching curved bumper. 15-inch Chevrolet rally wheels are all around. Interior Peering through the removable t top we see Buckskin leather covering the high back buckets which are in nice condition. These are fronted by an angled dash that has a center console extension which houses several gauges in the center just above the shift lever. An Alpine AM/FM/Cassette player is inserted here as well. Deeply embedded circular gauges are in front of the driver and the original steering wheel. Tan/Gold carpet covers the floors and is in generally good condition with some fading to a gold color in the back storage compartment. On the passengers side no glovebox but dual storage pouches are conveniently located in the dash. Some options include factory air conditioning, power steering, power brakes power windows, cruise control and anti-theft alarm. Drivetrain A numbers matching 350ci V8 with a single Rochester Quadrajet 4-barrel carburetor and a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission, and a 3.08 rear axle, make up the drivetrain. Noted for a little extra horsepower is added with documented upgrades and a dyno sheet upon request. Undercarriage All nice and clean underneath with good sound structural frame and floorpans. Brand new mufflers and a cross over exhaust pipe are installed. C3 Corvette suspension all around as are power disc brakes. Drive-Ability This car starts quickly and runs very nicely. It is a nice comfortable interior you slip into and with a flick of the shifter, we are off and running. Nice handling, and good acceleration and overall power. It was a nice day and we took the roof panels out and enjoyed the airflow. Everything control wise was working just swimmingly. With its lovely lines, T top, and blue block rebuilt engine with the upgrades, this car is a good driver. Paint condition on the bumper keeps this car in the good condition however certainly is not a deal breaker. A turn key and have fun Vette from 1977 which was a very good year.
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350ci V8 L48
3 Speed Automatic
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