1968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible Tremec 5spd
Specifications
Body Type: Convertible
VIN: 194678S403795
Exterior: Black
Interior: Grey
Engine: Small Block
Transmission: Tremec 5spd
Mileage Shown: 22,688
(Actual Mileage Unknown)
Body Numbers:
Options: Power Steering: Yes
Power Brakes: Yes
Power Seats: No
Power Windows: No
Air Conditioning: No
Radio: Yes
Stock Number: K17-822
Price: $34,900  New
1968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible  Tremec 5spd
This completely redone 1968 Corvette Convertible is in fantastic shape and runs even better than it looks. A powerful small block V8 mated to a Tremec 5spd with rack and pinion steering make this vette a blast to drive. Repainted in Black with side pipes and black American Racing wheels gives it a look that is classy and tough looking all at the same time. The interior has been given an update and sets off the total look of this classic. The headlights and wipers work good and so do the fiber optics. The brakes are awesome with drilled and slotted rotors. The sound coming out of the side pipes is music to a car lovers ears. You will be hard pressed to find a better 68 vette.

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In 1988 Chevy introduce the 35th Anniversary Corvette of which this is number 1571 of 2050. The $4795 Z01 Anniversary package only came in white with black roof bow and included white leather power sport seats, white leather steering wheel, A52 sports handling package on matching white 17in wheels, electronic air conditioning, Bose stereo, glass roof panel, and special 35th Anniversary badging. With only 23k miles this vette is in showroom condition with almost no flaws and is all original. Not only does this car look new but it drives like its new also. It comes with the original window sticker and a build sheet.
 
Estimated Monthly Payment
$402.77*
(Based on 20% down over 96 months)
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