1971 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray Convertible Classic Car

1971 Chevrolet Corvette StingRay

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
SubModel: StingRay
Type: Convertible
Trim: Base Convertible 2-Door
Year: 1971
Mileage: 83,565
Color: Red
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: Manual Transmission
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: London, Kentucky, United States
Chrome Bumpers, Rear Defroster, Air Conditioning, 4 Speed Manual Transmission, 350 Cubic Inch Engine, Classic Car-Numbers Matching, Hard top removal coupe, Cassette Player, Leather Seats, Convertible

Description for Chevrolet Corvette 1971

Numbers matching classic 1971 Corvette Convertible Sting Ray with optional hard top or soft top roof. 83565 original miles very good condition garage kept non-smoker good tires original motor and transmission runs good recent paint job around 2 years old. I have many maintenance records from a previous owner and myself. I have the original radio from the car although an aftermarket cassette player is inside the car currently.

I am not a corvette history expert. Here is what I think is aftermarket=paint job tires spark plug wires windshield windshield wiperscassette radio floor mats battery oil and filter transmission shifter knob convertible soft top

Here is what I think is original=motor/engine transmission wheels/rims leather interior front and rear bumpers electrical headlights steering wheel interior gauges hard top for coupe exhaust system tail lights mostly everything.

I have original corvette emblems in a bag and aftermarket corvette emblems on thevehicle. This car is ready to drive and can be showed at car shows with good results but it does need some work. This 44 year old car is not perfect. The leather seats are slightly torn where you sit and in somewhat worn condition but no holes! (I did buy aftermarket leather seats for $350 to install at some point that I will give to you for free) The outside driver's mirror needs tightening to be stationary. All the interior gauges work fine. No tears/holes in carpet or leather trim. The paint is only 2 years old and has a bright shine and deep color/finish. There are no scratches flaws or orange peeling but its still not perfect. I would grade it a 9.6 out of 10 because there are some areas that were just missed honestly. A little touch-up paint would cover 99% of what i call blemishes. I have the receipts of the paint shop who also replaced the windshield due to scratches in it from an old worn out wiper blade.

I also re-chromed the front and rear bumpers to keep them original. They still are not perfect. Already the front bumper has a very small area that is not perfect and shows flaking. No rust. No dents. Like original chrome bumpers with a small area flaking. (front).

The car drives like a boat to me. Really no modern amenities. Just point and go! Got to really hit the brakes in older cars. I don't drive at night or in the rain but headlights and wipers blades do work via vacuum suction I'm told. Tested like 3 or 4 times and have no problems here. Not bad for a 44 year old car.

I have owned car for 2 & 1/2 years and am selling to purchase another classic with more modern amenities. Clear title in hand. No liens. Have hard top to make car into coupe. Soft top for convertible in decent shape and folds back into the car with no problems. Aftermarket soft top prices are reasonable and may need to bereplaced shortly. I rarely used soft top. I have some maintenance records from the previous owner and some from myself to include to you. I've probably driven less than 500 miles in 2 & 1/2 years. I have done very little work to this car myself.

I've purchased battery floor mats car cover body shop to paint car windshield replacement oil changes aftermarket leather seats (uninstalled free to you) some corvette books for reference and aftermarket emblems.

I have original keys. Questions call 6O6-three12-3345 I have spent well over $32000 on this car in its entirety. You wont be disappointed. Plenty of power and a real classic feel. Additional pics questions welcomed. Happy bidding!