|Engine||8cyl - 5.7L|
Offered by Cars Remember When is this one owner unrestored 1970 Corvette that is a very well documented Colorado car with low miles. The current title is dated 1987 and states 96,000 miles, meaning it was driven ruffly 2000 miles in the last 30 years! The paint is in good condition and shows very well. The black vinyl interior is completely original and in excellent shape, the seat covers, carpet and dash all look very clean. Complete with two sets of t-tops; the one photo'd and a glass set. This is a prime collector car that has withstood the test of time and will continue to appreciate in value. Included are letters from GM's 1970 general manager John De Lorean congratulating the owner on his Corvette purchase. Additional letters follow explaining a delay in production due the current GM strike (see end of photo gallery).
Recent service work includes a total brake system service with a new master cylinder, brake booster, front calipers and hardware. The engine was rebuilt in 1982 and the receipt states 88,000 miles when the service was performed. This means that engine has ruffly 10,000 miles on it since it was rebuilt. Overall the car drives amazing and very original. The suspension feels tight yet smooth over bumps, the steering feels good, it goes straight down the road and the brakes stop on a dime. An early C3 is already an iconic classic, but when you look closer and see the amount of original documentation, condition and it's a well-cared for one owner car, you would be hard pressed to find another one! CALL TODAY 720-465-5104