Now available by The Motor Masters is a 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible for sale. This elegant 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is what smart Corvette buyers who liked going around corners got when they stepped up and bought an all-new Stingray. With a matching-numbers L79 327 V8, a 4-speed manual transmission, and a fantastic Corvette Bronze paint job, it’s an ideal way to own a classic Corvette without spending a fortune.
You would think that Corvette Bronze would look terrible on such an American icon as the Corvette, but the reality is that it looks like a million bucks. Code 992 Corvette Bronze is the car’s original color, and if I’m looking at the stats correctly, it was actually one of 1968’s most popular colors. Thanks to how the owner took care of it and signs of maintenance throughout, it looks like a million dollars, perfectly getting the color right and offering an incredibly slick look under the right lights. Whichever the color, the important thing is that all the fiberglass is quite well preserved and shows none of the usual cracking or split seams that you find on neglected cars. It’s also the kind of car that you won’t mind going on the road for a week, possibly heading to one of the great Corvette events that are held all over the country and where driving your car is 95% of the fun. And when you show up, an early C3 will find an enthusiastic crowd waiting to have a closer look.
This is a L79 Car with tank sticker signed by Elfi Duntov, Zora Duntov, and Larry Shinoda. Equipped with a Numbers matching 327 engine block factory with 350 HP and Muncie 4 speed manual transmission, 4 wheel disc brakes, 15” Rally Wheels, and chrome engine accessories.
Corvette has paint code 992 Corvette Bronze with a white convertible top, driver’s chrome sport mirror, comfort weave bucket seat interior, center console, telescoping column, wood grain steering wheel, AM/FM radio, original owner’s book, Protect-O-Plate, Alabama car until 2010. 1968 was the first year for the C-3 Corvette, and this one won’t disappoint ! Don’t miss this great investment vehicle with documented history.
So if you are in the market for a 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible, this is the one to own. It’s priced where it should be, so it won’t last long. Give us a call TODAY!