1966 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray with video test drive and walkthrough

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
Type: Convertible
Doors: 2
Year: 1966
Mileage: 90,510
VIN: 194676S127002
Color: Yellow
Engine: Hi-Perf 327cid V8
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

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Private seller

Description of 1966 Chevrolet Corvette

1966 Chevrolet Corvette Exclusive Classic and Exotic Car Financing as low as 1.99% Type: used Year: 1966 Make: Chevrolet Model: Corvette Body Style: Convertible Stock: 1846 Mileage: 90,510 Engine Size: Hi-Perf 327cid V8 Transmission: 4 Speed Manual Vin: 194676S127002

Matching #s Chevrolet Hi-Perf 327cid V8 @350hp
Muncie close ratio 4 speed manual transmission with correct factory shifter
4-wheel fully independent suspension
Correct (984) code Sunfire Yellow paint professionally waxed & detailed
Black Bucket seat interior with full factory center console + shifter
Full factory gauges including 7K tach, 160mph speedo and working clock
Optional Delco AM/FM radio
4-wheel disc brakes
Original style "Knock-offs" wheels with fresh White Line Radials
Great sounding dual side-pipe exhaust

I think the video and the picture say more than I can possibly do here: one of the best classic cars out there, both in terms of looks, handling and value.

Some things to consider when you are looking for a car online, especially if you watch TV shows that give you the impression that it takes 2 weeks to restore a car and that you can save by finding a car that needs love and doing it or having it done yourself. The average restoration takes 2 years, not a lot of people work on these cars and the few really good ones have a waiting list. Lastly the cost of the restoration ALWAYS exceeds the value of the finished car, always. So if you want to own a car and not a problem, here is how you do it: you buy a car that someone else has already spent all the money, time and grief on, you buy it for less than what it cost to build it and you can start enjoying it right away.

That's where I come in: I pick the best ones.

Some points you should also know:

- We own all our cars, we don't consign them. This means we control the price, so we are able to do things like service and document said service work on all our cars, and correct any issues they might have. We spend an average of $5,000 per car to get them showroom ready, that way you don't have to.

- Our prices while not very negotiable, are pre-discounted, and are "all inclusive": we will assist with shiping the car to your front door anywhere in the world, and you will get a proper 1 year warranty on engine, transmission and rear end (valid in the US only). All at the asking price! In other words the car's price is for the vehicle serviced, warrantied and ready to go.

- Once you get the car you also get a 5 day trade-back warranty: 80% of our customers trust our reputation and documentation and buy our vehicles over the phone, and it's not lost on us how much trust this requires. That's why you can return the car within 5 days of receiving it and not loose a single dollar (other than the shipping cost to get it back to us).

- While these cars are appreciating by the day, and are financially not a burden, it can be stressful to find a new home for them when the time comes, that's why we are always happy to buy them back, especially because it means we get one of "our" cars back that we already know (and where we have already spent money and effort to work on). Many customers also trade their car they got from us in to get another car, modern or classic and are sure to get the best deal that way.

If you are interested in the car, here are your options (in order of commitment):

A) Ask me for more info, photo, video
B) Protect the car with a fully refundable hold of $1,000 (smart thing to do as it costs you nothing but takes the car off the market for 48 business hours and allows us to work on it without anyone else sweeping it away from underneath us).
C) Buy the car with a non refundable deposit of $3,000

If you decide to move forward and put a deposit on it then we have a document called "we owe" where we will list any modifications you would want done to the car, if any.

I'm a straight shooter and love cars and this is my profession, it's not a hobby so please be mindful of that. My girl already told me I can sell you the car, make sure yours lets you buy it before calling ;-)