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VIN 00867S103790



Car Year: 1960
Car's approximate birthday: February 16, 1960
 
Owner: No Present Owner
 
State: Nice Driver
 
Exterior: Roman Red (14.90%)
Interior: Red (47.95%)
Coves: Ermine White
Softtop: White (48.21%)
Wheels: White (36.22%)
 
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
 
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
[$]
  0867 Base Corvette (1x4 230hp)   3,872.00
  101 Heater 95.59% 102.25
  102 AM Radio 79.58% 149.80
  107 Parking Brake Alarm 39.48% 5.40
  108 Courtesy Lights 66.02% 6.50
  261 Sunshades 51.42% 10.80
  276 Wheels 15x5.5" 2.40% 0.00
  290 Whitewall Tires 6.70x15 94.57% 31.55
  419 Auxiliary Hardtop 50.16% 236.75
  440 Two Tone Paint 32.25% 16.15
  685 4 Speed Manual Transmission 51.92% 425.05
  Total   0.0000%
(1 Cars)
4,856.25
 
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Engine details: Base 283, bored .060 over, 327/350 hp cam, MSD solid state ignition, finned aluminum valve covers polished w/black powder coat between fins.
Other details: Other than a Hurst shifter, the interior is stock
 
Car history:
I've owned this car since 1990. It was a nice driver with shiny paint but I was not happy with of all the underlying problems. The wiring was old and butchered, it had been wrecked on the right front corner buckling the frame and pushing the right front wheel back about .5 inch. I decided in January of 2001 that it was time to make the car right and began a complete disassembly which took one month. The restoration process has taken three years and is essentially complete except for a couple of minor things. Virtually every bolt and nut was replaced. Everything that could be restored was and what couldn't be restored was replaced with either NOS or reproduction parts. I'm very pleased with the results. It looks stock except I've mildly customized it like I would have in the 60's such as hood latches, hood support, trunk latches, deck lid latches have been chromed. If anyone wanted to take it back to NCRS standards, it would not be that big a project.
 
For Sale: No

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