1970 Chevrolet Corvette 11775 Miles Marlboro Maroon Coupe 350ci V8 4-Speed Manu
The story on the car goes like this. In 1970, Henry Harrison LaClare Jr., a engineer with GM bought a brand new 1970 Corvette for each of his two sons.
There are several “LT-1” badged items which obviously appear to be just clone items. This is a very honest, solid, respectable car that has extremely low production numbers due to a Strike at GM in 1970. There is a lot of documentation on this, it starts nice, runs even better.
Since David was in the Military, first Vietnam and then being stationed in Germany, the car had virtually no miles on it when it was then sold on May 3, 1982. At this time, the 2nd owner did a cosmetic restoration and then put away and stored again until 1999 where the car with hand written notes is claiming to have just under 6,000 miles. The same owner did rebuild of the engine in 2003 at the tune of almost $4500.