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It is not often that we come across an example of a nicely built Vette with so much invested and so little left to do... Our offer today is a beautiful 1981 T-top Coupe, the most refined Stingray and the last with no electronics. A lot was done to it starting with a new crate engine, apparently rated at 350-400 HP and around 600 miles on it according to the owner. It has a new carburetor and air intake and it breathes out via black painted side pipes. It is mated with the original automatic transmission both performing flawlessly. Besides that it benefitted from new brakes (calipers, lines...), new suspension (springs, shocks), new radiator. Vacuum operated headlights work as they should. Check out those stylish Turbine wheels endowed with stock size new tires! Undercarriage is very clean.
Interior has benefitted from new seat covers, newer carpet and looks great. Door panels are in decent shape, but may need some attention. Paint is fairly new and in very nice condition as seen in the pictures. Has new emblems as well.
A lot of money and sweat was spent on this Vette and it will hard to duplicate for the price... But, as we all know, one is never done with these cars. There are a few little things left for the next owner like to install back the AC system. All components are there, all is needs is the compressor which comes with the car and the bracketry to be sourced by the new owner. Other than that, the power door locks will need tinkering with...
Here is your chance to own a beautiful late Stingray with great potential for a weekday street driver, also a weekend racer ready to go.
Located in Florida, we will arrange delivery nationwide and all over the world so feel free to contact anytime for details Ken at 866-838-8363 (866-VETTENET - toll free) or email Ken@TheVetteNet.com