Build Receipts , Defrost, Numbers Matching, AM/FM Radio, Manual Convertible Top, Heat, Vinyl Interior, Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Seatbelts, Removable Hard Top The engine is the original, numbers-matching L79 327/350, which was the nastiest small block you could buy in 1966. Lots of guys learned to fear them in the lightweight Nova, and in the Corvette, it becomes a scalpel compared to the 396’s sledgehammer. Linked to a 4-speed manual transmission, it’s ideal for both laid-back motoring and quick canyon carving where your right foot does all the work and you can dance with the clutch and shifter. Rebuilt to stock specifications, it looks the way you want your Corvette to look when you tilt the hood forward, complete with finned valve covers and chrome air cleaner. The alternator is brand new, as is the radiator, and the little stuff like the blue stripe hoses and tower clamps are a nice touch. The chassis is quite clean, with a correct exhaust system, original floors, and 4-wheel disc brakes, which became standard equipment just a few years earlier. It rolls on a set of later Torque Thrust wheels and fat 225/70/15 BFG radials, but the original steel wheels and hubcaps are included with the car.
Fort Worth, Texas, United States