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169,999 USD

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Vehicle description

Pushing 425HP and 460 lb-ft torque, this 1966 Corvette Stingray 427 Turbo Jet is a blastin' blue beauty that hearkens back to a loud, fast, and fuel-crazed driving experience. Nearly tripling the horsepower of the previous 1953 Corvette, the General Motors Big Block 427 cubic inch ''Turbo Jet'' engine was engineered for superior performance and durability throughout the powerplant. The incorporation of the Turbo Jet launched the 1966 Corvette into a competitive position against Shelbys of the day and the result transformed the Corvette lineup forever. While the massive 7.0L V8 was used in many General Motors cars over the years such as the Camaro and several trucks, the L72 427 was deftly crammed under the hood of the C2 Stingray to growl its way down the road with tremendous power and style. The car is both iconic and legendary. This lightly resto-modded 1966 C2 Stingray Corvette comes with a host of records and receipts that detail its new Tremec 5 speed manual transmission, Global West suspension (upper/lower control arms, strut rods, front and rear sway bars), Shark bite front and real coilover conversion, custom Holley ultra carburetor, Willwood brakes, Vintage air conditioning, 3 point seat belts, and tasteful refresh of the carpet, sound system, and seats. With over $60,000 in receipts, the car stays true to its roots with the original owner's manual and window sticker and comes with all originally removed parts and accessories and 3 sets of wheels.

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Specifications

Price169999
LocationHouston, Texas
Year1966
MakeChevrolet
ModelCorvette
Exterior colorBlue
Interior colorBlue
TransmissionManual
Engine sizeV-8
Odometer61846
Title statusClear
Aftermarket wheels -
Restoration historyPartially Restored
Exterior conditionGood
Seat MaterialVinyl
Air ConditioningYes
AM/FM RadioYes
Custom Stereo -
Tinted windows -
Power breaksYes
Electronic ignition -
Engine historyOriginal
Engine conditionRunning
Drive trainRear-wheel drive

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