This Is a Very Highly Restored
2 Owner Vette in the Highly Coveted Hunter Green.
Vehicle was Originally a Barn Find
Missing Its Engine,
but Otherwise Mostly Complete and Intact.
The Current Affluent Elderly Owner
Undertook a Pain-stakingly Detailed
7 Year Very High End Restoration
Which Resulted in a Nearly Flawless Finished Result
With the Best of Everything
in the last 2 years.
A Brand New GM 350 CI Crate Engine
With 355HP/405 Torque
For a Very Correct Appearance and Performance.
Manual Transmission and Rear End Were
Professionally Rebuilt By a Well Known Area
Nascar Consultant in the Course of Restoration.
Just about every aspect of this restoration
was New or Otherwise Rebuilt
For a Very Factory Stock Appearing "Like New" Result.
Only 125 Miles has been put on this example
since the conclusion of its Restoration.
Exterior Finish is Literally Flawless.
I haven't seen a more detailed paint job
quite to this quality in some time now.
An Incredible Example.
Panel Fit and Finish are Flawless.
Paint is Correct for this Vintage and
Has a Deep Shine
Likely Better than New.
All Exterior Lighting Works as it should.
Any/All Brightwork is New Overall.
The Lift-off T-roof Painted Panels
Are In Great Shape.
Standard Mirrors and Manual Antenna Are Intact.
Undercarriage Looks as Good as the Exterior.
Just about Every Aspect of the Interior is New.
This Includes the Dash, Tach, Rebuilt Speedometer,
and All Instrumentation, Leather Interior,
Carpet, Padding and Door Panels.
Colors Match Consistent With the Original Throughout.
The Seatbelts are Originally Routed Thru the tops
of the seatbacks, but
Were not done on this at the time.
Seat Trim Is All Brand New and
Was Not "notched out" at Top To Plumb
the Seatbelts Thru Opening.
This of course can still be done rather easily,
but was never sufficiently important
to the owner to remedy.
Seatbelts are in place and otherwise work
as they should and can still be plumbed seamlessly
thru the seatback as original.
Colors Are Very Vivid in the Interior
Like New in Every Respect.
Engine is a N.O.M.; GM Crate Engine
(355HP/405 Torque) and is
Engine Roars To Life Easily,
Sounds Correct, and Runs Flawlessly.
The Manual 4 Speed Transmission Shifts
As It Should.
No Known Mechanical Issues.
No Unusual Sounds.
Obviously a test-drive is encouraged
to reassure your investment.
This can be gladly coordinated with advance notice.
The Owner is happy to supply whatever documentation
he has procured over the course of his ownership.
Buyer will be expected to sign a
Customary Buyer's Agreement Form
with the usual "as-is/where-is" language
before vehicle is removed.
As these Chrome-bumper Examples Continue
to escalate in value,
don't miss this opportunity to purchase
this stunning example.
Please do not hesitate to ask if you
have any questions.
Additional Photos Gladly Supplied on Request.
Please Direct All Inquiries to Chris At 615-979-3058
PRICE: $40,000.00 OR BEST OFFER
Please No Calls After 10pm CST
Owner is getting some pressure to take
this to a big-block auction,
so save yourself the commission and
get this competitively priced example.
Apart from the New (non- original) GM Crate Motor
this Corvette could very likely be an NCRS Candidate.
Where else can you pay a new car price
for a NEW Collectible Needing Nothing
but your rear end to drive and enjoy it.
To restore any Vette to this level would
far exceed the Asking Price.
Please Call With Questions or
Or If You Wnat Any Additional Photos.
As the owner says,
"SOMEONE is going to be getting one hell of a car".
All the post-auction offers were close to the
owner's Buy it now price.
I implore you to come see for yourself.
It's a bold claim, but
I'd put this Corvette up against any
other '71 on ebay with confidence.
You're sure to be impressed with the detailing
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