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VIN E54S003175

Car Year: 1954
Car's approximate birthday: May 28, 1954
Owner: No Present Owner
State: Unknown
Exterior: Polo White (88.74%)
Interior: Red (91.59%)
Softtop: Beige (100.00%)
Wheels: Red (100.00%)
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
Options: RPO Option Percentage
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Sales Price
  02934 Base Engine 235ci "Blue Flame" 150hp (150hp) 100.00% 2,774.00
  100 Directional Signals 100.00% 16.75
  101 Heater 100.00% 91.40
  102 AM Radio 100.00% 145.15
  290B Whitewall Tires 6.70x15 100.00% 26.90
  313M Powerglide Transmission 100.00% 178.35
  420A Parking Brake Alarm 100.00% 5.65
  421A Courtesy Lights 100.00% 4.05
  422A Windshield Washers 100.00% 11.85
  Total   81.276566839753656%
(2 Cars)
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Car history:
For sale via e-Bay:

This 1954 Corvette is #3,175 of 3,640 manufactured - it is owned privately, not a dealership - so you'll know the background of the car. The car was a frame off restoration in 1984 by a father & son team. It was shown at numerous shows around the country, and took best Chevrolet at a major show in Salt Lake City. During the restoration, and many years after we were members of the NCRS (National Corvette Restoration Society). Since the car's restoration, it has probably been driven 1,000 miles. It has always been garaged with a cover. The car runs very good, most items are in working condition, the paint is in good shape (polo white), with red interior. The frame is very straight, absent of damage, wrecks and rust - it is painted black.

If you're familiar is the NCRS judging, I believe this car would be very close to the 2nd flight status. It would not take much to bring it to the pristine top flight status. The car was recently appraised at $50,000.

After 20+ years, it's time to sell our car, and it's your opportunity to make a great investment and own part of the American dream.

Car Stats:
Engine, rebuilt approx. 1984, runs very strong; Serial #0694636F54YG - Block Casting 3835911. It appears that this is an original engine, however, this was prior to 1962 when engine numbers correlated to VIN numbers - so I am not saying it is or is not the original engine. The carburetors are correct Carter YH2066SA.
Frame off restoration, no known collision damage to the car, and certainly not the frame. No rust on the frame, we purchased the car in Utah.
Wonderbar Radio works.
Tach does not work. While the distributor is correct, 1112314, the Tach gauge has a broken needle and needs to be repaired - fairly minor project.
Exhaust baffles are not original; however, this is a simple replacement part
The car is in great shape with a few very minor scratches after the restoration.
Interior is in very good shape (red)
Tan canvas top
Side curtains (windows) are in great shape, with trunk bag.
Spare tire & jack
For Sale: No

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