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Quality 327 rebuild, 4 sp. trans, Positraction rear end

Sale price: $35,000.00 make an offer

Seller's notes: "Engine was rebuilt and runs great, Trans shifts smooth, Car in general drives very nice for that vintage, The paint is professional and exceptional, a chip here and there but show quality, The interior is very nice, good carpeting, new seat covers professionally installed , dash panels are in good condition, all gauges work except the clock, the radio has a built in digital clock, there is very little wrong with this car with most components replaced starting with new tires, complete brake system, new exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers give it a great sound, the top is a new cloth with a new rear window and looks much better then the period correct vinyl material used in 1968. The Vacuum system for the headlights and wipers has been refurbished and in working order, all bulbs and electrical connections throughout the car have been inspected with many replaced including everything under the dash. If your looking for an exceptional driver you will not find one nicer then this 1968."

Sale type: Fixed price listing

Technical specifications, photos and description:

Year:
1968
Mileage:
74,020
Engine:
327 small block 4 barrel Holly
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Quality 327 rebuild, 4 sp. trans, Positraction rear end for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.05) based on 228 votes
If you have been looking for a nice C3 you know that you can buy them all day for under 30k. but they are rags worn and rusty. This car was about 80% correct when I bought it and have since put hundreds of hours making it exceptional. The paint and body work had been done and is very high quality. the engine was rebuilt and runs perfect. main components such as trans and rear end operate without issue. High quality top and window was installed. new tires. brakes. exhaust. and radiator. The main issue on the car was the interior and lack of use for most of the last 46 years. I removed the entire interior. had new seat covers installed. the carpeting was good but while out of the car I installed a complete interior sound barrier system. The rear storage compartments have been replaced with new liners and frames. ew seat belts. all interior lights have been rewired and replaced. the dash was removed and all wiring rerouted and connected properly. all new bulbs. new ignition switch. new light switch. new period correct radio. oil pressure gauge line. tack cable. speedometer gear. head light and wiper override switches. wiper electrical override switch. odometer cable. new air vent bezels. new heater control unit. new heater core. all vent and heater cables removed and installed working properly. The doors were disassembled and the window regulators and door locks were removed and refurbished to work smoothly. doors windows all close into the new top correctly. The convertible top cover door was removed and reinstalled with proper adjustments and new bezels and some hold downs. The gas cap door was rebuilt to work properly. new spare lock. new battery. battery hold down. battery cables. Under the hood. new hood latch and cross cable. hours of detailing and painting. new thermostat. gas filter. heater hoses. coolant. and new windshield wiper motor. All vacuum lines checked for leakage and replaced where necessary to make wipers and headlights work smoothly. The underside is nice but not perfect as this was not a frame off job. but many hours have been spent on detailing and it looks really great. At this point I would say the car is very nice to drive. One must consider this is a vintage car 46 years old and remember how cars handled back then. It steers good drives good and sounds good for a car of that vintage. You will not find a nicer C3 Stingray daily driver. 35k boo. Serious bidders only please.     

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