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This beautiful, original machine has been in my possession for over 35 years. Unfortunately, it's time for me to
part with her, a tough decision I might add. It's been driven a few hundred miles each summer and then carefully
stored through every winter. I have not had the hardtop on the car in over 20 years. It's been wrapped and placed
in storage. Summertime simply requires the top to be down, thus the hardtop has remained in storage. Last Fall
along came a gift from 50 years ago, Agent Orange-caused cancer. I'm doing well but my leg no longer allows me to
get in and out of the car very easily. It's time for others to enjoy it.
The photos are not retouched nor altered. They were uploaded at full resolution so you can better review its
condition. If you are interested I'll email additional images, there are more than what is displayed in this ad.
All numbers match and of course, the engine is the original. The Condition Description above and the following
comments are from the professional appraiser.
Appraisers Summary/Comments: "This car remains in very good basically unmolested condition with the exception of a
few somewhat easily obtainable parts. For the Corvette purists, cars like this are hard to find. Even the paint
remains acceptable and I certainly would not repaint it. The 340hp engine is also very desirable and is only topped
by the fuel injected 360hp version. Internet sources show me that 6978 Corvettes were produced this year with the
340hp engine. The car does deserve a premium for its originality. I will place an overall condition code on this
vehicle of #3. (Condition code: #1 Excellent, #2 Fine, #3 Very Good, #4 Good/Fair, #5 Poor/Restorable, #6 Parts
And the lucky person who chooses to cruise in this wonderful car will receive a digital copy of "Little Red
Corvette" at no extra cost. Really!