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1966 Chevrolet Corvette on 2040-cars

US $31,300.00
Year:1966 Mileage:9999 Color: Red /
 Black
Location:

North English, Iowa, United States

North English, Iowa, United States

Feel free to ask me any questions about the car : beverleebhhafen@barmyarmy.net .

1966 Chevrolet Corvette Big-Block Convertible

This could be yours. A legend from a time when our cars were inspired by passion and reflected the independent spirit of America. The classic 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray big-block convertible. In Rally Red, of course.

These second generation Corvettes (1963-1967) are widely regarded as the greatest Corvettes ever made – and near the top of any list of the 100 greatest cars of all time (where most have Italian names and 7-figure price tags). Unbridled power. Stunningly attractive.

Automatic transmission? Heavens no. Four on the floor and a sturdy clutch connect this massive engine to the road. And you’re at the controls – the real driving experience. You’ll get used to the attention and questions wherever you go – unless you step on the gas and leave them behind. This is simply one of the most powerful cars ever made.

Largely unrestored, examples like this are getting harder to find. This ain’t no trailer queen – she’s meant to be driven. So experience the passion yourself and you’ll forget all those other cars.

Go ahead now…put the top down. The convertible Corvette experience will make you feel years younger. You’re driving a real piece of the American experience. In addition to the remarkably clean white soft top, she even comes with the hard-to-find matching hard top. Either way, you’ll feel the heads turning wherever you go.

4-wheel power disc brakes. Rare power windows. The unmistakable “stinger” hood found exclusively on the big-blocks. The ‘66 roadster is arguably the most beautiful Corvette ever made, and not often found in this price range. Buy this car and drive it - you’ll never get tired of the compliments.

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