Numbers matching 427 tri power in original colors Vette Stingray

1969 Chevrolet Corvette --

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
Type: Hardtop
Trim: --
Year: 1969
Mileage: 51273
VIN: 194379S715179
Color: Red
Engine: 427 L71 V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: La Vergne, Tennessee, United States
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Description for Chevrolet Corvette 1969

This 1969 Chevrolet Corvette has the dream car wish list, including the numbers-matching 427 big block, factory tri-power, F41 sports suspension, and numbers-matching M21 four-on-the-floor to control it all. And this full package is delivered on a low-mileage side pipe coupe, well then, you know you never want to wake up from this dream.
This coupe is all about careful ownership. Before being under the care of the current consignor, this coupe had lived nearly half its life with one owner. It's this kind of care and history that helps document the low mileage as accurate. And this is the exact kind of car that deserves respect. It's the second year for the C3, and the first to actually carry the Stingray name. This certainly lives up to that moniker with the shark-like chrome nose and bright side louver inserts for gills. The whole car has that smooth wave-like look, like it wants to slip by everyone in the ocean of cars. Monza Red is a terrific factory color to have, and it was only offered for two years. This was refinished in lacquer later in life, which means an original-style look that still has a nice gloss in the sunshine. And this also has all the right speedy details, from the big block hood w/callouts, to a new set of correct and bright side pipes. The iconic Rally wheel even have redline tries, which look particularly cool against the paint.
The black interior is always looks great against the red exterior. Plus, if you're a Corvette fan, you'll notice that this has a lot of desirable features, including headrests, power windows, and the factory AM/FM stereo. And the leather seats are believed to be original to the car (as well as most of the components.) It's all in such a nice condition, right down to the fiber optics. So this all reinforces the feeling of the well-respected life on this low mileage classic. This is built to be a true driver's machine. That's why there's a large speedo and tach behind the three-spoke sports steering wheel, and the full auxiliary gauge setup is directly to the side at eye-level. Not only do you have T-tops, but also this is within the years for the removable rear window. So you can have a wind-in-your-hair convertible-style experience while still having a more rigid setup for performance driving.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 427 cubic-inch V8. And while the displacement alone will have you excited, this was also born a true L71 coupe. That means a snowflake intake and proper triple set of Holley dual-barrel carbs under the iconic triangle air topper. And these were even recently rebuilt to ideal performance! This is a monster motor, and so the dual exhaust lets loose a ferocious roar. The perfect paring to this is the numbers-matching Muncie M21 close-ratio four-speed manual transmission that allows you to take full advantage of the big power and the thunderous soundtrack. This growls like a beastly machine from the side pipes, but it's quite easy to tame with power steering and four-wheel power disc brakes. Plus, the factory F41 setup lets you enjoy the fully independent sports suspension to the fullest.
Complete with owner's manual and history items (including a list of recently updated items) this is an iconic Corvette preserved for a true enthusiast. So if you love serious power and know how to treat a legend correctly, call today!