A numbers-matching 427 big block and four-speed manual that comes with both tops, yes, this 1969 Chevrolet Corvette is everything you want in a fast and distinguished vintage Stingray. And as you dig deeper you'll discover the right subtle upgrades to makes this a more powerful classic that turns even more heads.
This convertible was born in Can-Am White, and then upgraded to a Pearl White later in life. So what you get is the original spirit, but now with a deeper glow that loves the sun light – exactly what you want in a sunshine-friendly droptop. The aggressive red streak up front draws attention to the L88-style hood. Plus, those side pipes are always pure intimation. While this Stingray has aggression, it also has elegance. The panels fit together quite nicely, and these early examples are for those who love brightwork. Plus, this comes with both a white folding roof and a white removable hardtop, so you get a great color-matched presentation whenever you want.
While this looks great with either top in place, the best way for true distinction is when you're open to the world. After all, nothing matches up better on a white car than a dark black interior. It's the kind of timeless color combination that looks both period-correct and will always have modern appeal. The whole package is exceptionally tidy, which is a good thing because there will be plenty of people checking out the inside of this droptop as you go for a bit of wind-in-your-hair cruising. The C3 Corvette is a true driver's car with the three-spoke sports steering wheel, large dual gauges right in front of you, and a full set of auxiliary readouts to the side. But we know what really grabbed all your attention... the bright Hurst shifter seizes your focus like a beacon begging you to get in and start this one up.
The engine bay is a truly awesome presentation. After all, we all want a numbers-matching 427 cubic-inch big block like this. But you can also see they gave this original motor some cool upgrades. It starts with the completion-style air element that properly seals to the L88 hood for the fresh air cowl induction. Plus, you have a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and Edelbrock fined valve covers. The upgraded header package adds even more power while also contributing to that sweet thunder from those side pipes. Out on the road, having the original Muncie close-ratio four-speed means you get full control as you attack the back roads. And the fully independent suspension and four-wheels disc brakes means this classic has great modern moves, too.
Complete with maintenance records, this is the original big block Corvette done with extra showmanship and performance. That level of appeal never stays around long, so don't miss out. Call now!