1966 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible




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Restored & Very Correct! Triple Black, #’s Match 327/350hp L79, 4 Speed, Wow!

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The big block ‘stinger’ hood is arguably one of the best-looking ever fitted to a Mid-Year Corvette and someone took the extra time to make sure that it fit flush too. All the chrome has a terrific shine, with correct emblems fitted all around and, of course, those thundering Code N14 side pipes that practically define the car. Black leather bucket seats are the perfect complement to the Tuxedo Black exterior, and rarely have we seen more inviting surfaces in an early Corvette.

Today, it’s a formidable performer that looks fantastic after a full frame-off and drivetrain restoration, offering a matching-numbers engine and 4-speed gearbox, an awesome triple-black color combination, and factory side pipes that bump the stock horsepower to 365. Oh, and it’s also packed with top-end factory options, meaning this triple-black droptop is incredibly rare as well. Worth it?

In addition to the high-lift cam, during the rebuild the block was augmented with Edelbrock Performance aluminum heads, an aluminum high-rise cross flow manifold, and an Edelbrock Performance Series 4-barrel carburetor. It’s a remarkably docile beast when you’re tooling around town, but snarls and roars through the side pipes when you’re gunning it and despite the big horsepower number, it doesn’t seem to get cranky. It’s dressed properly, with Chevy Orange on the block, finned valve covers, a chrome air cleaner, and correct blue stripe cooling hoses, plus the all-important ‘327’ decal on the air cleaner.





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May 27, 2021 5:17 am