1968 Black Black Corvette Convertible 4spd Hot Rod Frame Off
350, 4spd, was factory 3 spd manual, black interior, frame off restoration, alloy wheels, hooker header side pipes, black hot rod primer paint, white soft top, AM/FM/CD player, L88 hood, chrome rally wheels, and much more. Parts replaced during frame off: built 350/350+Hp engine, roller rockers, gear drive, edelbrock aluminum intake, edelbrock carb, high torque starter, clutch, water pump, fuel pump, fan clutch, 4spd transmission, upper and lower control arm bushings, upper and lower ball joints, sway bar bushings and links, tie rod ends, idler arm, shocks, rebuilt steering box, brake and fuel lines, 4 calipers, brake rotors, brake pads, master cylinder, trailing arm bushings, adjustable strut rods, spring, U joints, fuel tank and sending unit, aluminum radiator, rear sway bar, E brake cables, E brake pads and hardware, body bushings, and much more. It appears that the rear end, steering box, 3spd and 4spd transmissions were rebuilt during the frame off restoration as well. This corvette was original Lemans Blue with Medium Blue interior and a factory 3 spd. One of only 326 ordered with the factory 3spd transmission out of 28,566 total production for 1968. 1968 was the first year for the C3 body style, which also brought about a new interior design along with removable t tops. GM also introduced the pop-up headlights and pop-up wiper door. 1968 was the highest production year for the stingray convertible with 18,630 total production. GM only produced 4,722 in Lemans Blue. - See more at: http://www.hobbycarcorvettes.net/corvette/1968-black-black-corvette-convert ible-stingray-4spd/
1967 Corvette Rolling Chassis
1967 Corvette 427/435 rolling chassis fully restored. Original engine and drive train.
SOLD 1969 Chevrolet Corvette 427/435hp Coupe for sale by Corvette Mike Anaheim
Riverside Gold w/Black interior, L71 427/435hp, 4-spd manual transmission. King of the Sharks!! That's what most Corvette people think of the '69's. The so called "sins of the '68" were rectified in '69. Though it's hard to tell the difference between the two years at first glance, there are some significant one's. The first thing that you notice is the “Stingray” script across the front fenders, now one word after being on hiatus for one year. Some other changes included changing the door opening mechanism to a more user friendly unit, the wheels and tires were wider, the small block displacement was increased to 350ci, the interior was roomier due to thinner door panels, the ignition switch was relocated to the steering column for the first time with an integrated locking feature and for one year only, you could order the sleek optional side Exhaust! This was also the last year for the mighty 4-2-7! The following year it would increase in size (but not horsepower) to 4-5-4 ci. This outstanding example has benefitted from a recent frame off restoration and features a matching #'s 435hp Tri-Power 427, M-21 4-spd transmission, the aforementioned side Exhaust, power steering, fender louver trim, am/fm radio and a beautiful Teak wheel to finish off the interior (original can be swapped out). The car runs and drives like the beast that it is, but cool because of a new radiator. Stk #5672
1968 Corvette - Need Fiberglass Advice
My buddy Sean bought a 1968 Corvette convertible and I need some advice on how to approach the fiberglass body issues. PLEASE leave a comment if you know how to deal with the strands showing through