1976 Corvette Coupe Classified Ad Details

$26,500.00 8179997013
Date Posted:07/04/2021 - Lakeside dr., TX
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$26,500.00 8179997013 PRICE
12000 MILEAGE
1976 Coupe Corvette YEAR/MODEL
Stingray SPECIAL EDITION
Muncie 4 speed TRANSMISSION
350CI ENGINE
370 HORSEPOWER
yellow EXTERIOR
black INTERIOR
29107 AD NUMBER
Car Details

If you want America's dream car in perfect condition, you have found it. And not in pieces or with a bunch of bad parts. The pictures below do not lie. For sale is the highly sought-after 1976 Corvette. And the best part is, all the work to make it perfect before you see it or buy it has been completely done professionally. This is a 100% frame-off restoration. Every part that needed replacing, or replenishing to a new condition, has been done. Including a beautiful new interior. You can see just how perfect it is in the attached pictures below. Look at how deep this perfect paint is: with no scars, no chips, no scratches, no blemishes, and never wrecked. The interior, exterior, all moving parts (including the ZZ4, 370 HP, 350 CI motor, connected to the best of the best Muncie 4 speed transmission) are all 100% perfect. There is nothing left to do except pay a reasonable price for a Vette of this quality. Then it will be yours to care for it the way it has been cared for to date. A new Cold air compressor just added. AC is ready for the summer heat. Self-explaining pictures below. Continued: Few times in a lifetime of looking a buyer will find this much perfection for a price below other 1976 Corvettes of similar quality. You are looking at as near perfection as you will ever be in the right place at the right time to buy a C3 Corvette for a price this low. I am 75 years old. I have several specialty cars valued at a lot of money. I am selling each one at a time. I, frankly, don't have the time or the inclination to drive all my specialty cars anymore. As each car comes up for sale, I will ask for an amount that is far below market value and a more than reasonable sale price compared to today's sale prices for comparable cars. This Vette is as perfect today as it was when restored completely. The perfect and beautiful paint has no chips, scratches, road rash, etc. A 350 CI new crate ZZ4 motor was placed in the frame, putting out about 355 HP, adding "CERAMIC HEADERS" the ZZ4 has a believable 370+ HP. As stated above the Muncie 4 speed shifts as smooth as butter. I put new tires and custom wheels on it when I bought it. I had a Magna Flow 44 muffler system installed shortly after I bought it. Sounds so good without being obnoxiously loud. The temp runs 190 even on hot days (compliments to a flex fan instead of an electric fan). The pictures don't hide anything. It is simply a beautiful full resto with paint you feel like you could dive into and not hit bottom (astonishing). If you are new to buying 1968 to 1981 Corvettes, I can give you plenty of information for you to understand why these C3's with original low mileage, and/or low prices, typically come with many parts that will be needed soon. When these Vettes sit for long periods of time most will rust, seals will dry out throughout every part of the mechanicals, making every part have brittle seals. This drying out process will make it very expensive to replace parts. Also, tires will rot. The paint will not stay good when just sitting under tarps for very long periods of time without unveiling and putting on fresh polish. You might want to reconsider whether paying less money to buy a low mileage Vette over 40 years old, compared to a restored Vette (frame off) brought to the condition of new, and perfect, right now, today. Buying cheaper, in the long run, might just be a devil in disguise when it comes to new expenses seemingly every time you take a drive (not to mention downtime from driving your Vette). Little to nothing to worry with this Vette breaking down instead of quality driving time. Jim