1 of only 188 LS6 Corvettes produced for the 1971 model year, this incredible coupe wraps a professional restoration around an original 454, a correct Turbo-Hydramatic 3-speed and a roster of impressive options. Looking for a world-class rendition of America’s world-beating sports car? Then park this impressive Stingray in your garage! Assembled at GM’s storied St. Louis manufacturing facility, this incredible Vette was produced on March 24th, 1971, Bloomington Gold certified on June 25th, 2000 and claimed NCRS Top Flight honors on November 4th, 2000. Of course, 30-year-old steel and resin doesn’t live that kind of award-winning life unless it’s benefitted from extensive restoration. And since this coupe spent quite a while with Corvette connoisseurs Ken and Gary Nabers of Houston, Texas, it’s safe to assume the car has been carefully and correctly rebuilt. In 1971, if you wanted a top-of-the-line Corvette, you had one option: a 425 horsepower version of Chevrolet’s coveted LS6 454. Fully sorted and ready to roll, this Stingray’s original LS6 hangs a familiar 3963512 casting number behind a correct “CPX” assembly stamp and matching partial VIN. That hot big block twists torque through a tough Turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed, which hangs a correct 1971 (71) high performance (CY) assembly tag in front of a correct, “AW” branded differential. At the corners of the car, four disc brakes ensure quick, drama-free stops. And all that fully sorted hardware rolls on handsome Rally Wheels, which spin F70-15 Firestone Wide Oval Super Sports around polished trim rings and turbine center caps. Mixing an original LS6 big block with a low maintenance 3-speed and restoration-fresh aesthetics, this exclusive Vette is fun to drive AND admire. And with top recognition from both Bloomington and NCRS, it’s a great conversation starter that’s poised to define C3 collector cars. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!
Price in USD: 139900
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