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1968 Chevrolet Corvette on 2040-cars

US $14,800.00
Year:1968 Mileage:56840 Color: Green /
 Tan
Location:

Acworth, Georgia, United States

Acworth, Georgia, United States

If you have more questions or want more details please email : philomenaschmied@juno.com .

This '68 Vette came from a private collection in California where the previous owner spent a great amount of time
and expense upgrading the engine, drivetrain, interior, exhaust, etc. Although it cannot be confirmed, the mileage
shown of

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