1970 Corvette T-Top Classified Ad Details

$69,999.00 OBO if reasonable
Date Posted: 12/11/2022 - Highland Village, TX
Car Details
$69,999.00 OBO if reasonable PRICE
25847 MILEAGE
1970 T-Top Corvette YEAR/MODEL
Stingray SPECIAL EDITION
Manual TRANSMISSION
454 ENGINE
390 HORSEPOWER
Brighton BLUE BEAUTIFUL! EXTERIOR
Blue INTERIOR
30164 AD NUMBER
194370S407198 VIN
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YOU WILL NEVER FIND A DEAL LIKE THIS - FAMILY OWNED!! MY FATHER BOUGHT IT NEW IN 1970 AND IT HAS BEEN IN THE FAMILY EVER SINCE! I RODE IN IT AS A KID. I INHERITED THIS BEAUTIFUL VETTE - AND AFTER DECZDES ITS TIME TO GIVE IT TO A "CARING INDIVIDUAL". GARAGE KEPT IN PRIVATE SPACE. LOW MILEAGE AT ONLY 25,000 ORIGINAL MILES!!!! UNREAL!! BEAUTIFUL! YOU MUST HAVE THIS CLASSIC VETTE! 454 RARE BIG BLOCK, 390 HP, 500 LB/FT Torque! AT THESE MILES YOU WILL NEVER FIND IN THE OPEN MARKET FOR A 53 YEAR OLD CLASSIC! Insured for well over this amount requiring an Appraisal Statement to get this Insured amount.

Moving to Condo and just will not have access to a 3rd Car Garage where it is now stored at our house.

I will not spend too much time with all of the production facts and stats of the 1970 Corvettes as the internet is a wealth of information for those of you who may not be Corvette experts and want to read up a bit. However, it is important to note a few things that really make the 1970 Corvettes some of the most desirable C3 series cars. First, some of you may recall that the arrival of the 1970 model was later than usual in the automotive industry due in part to the United Auto workers strike in 1969 that caused a back log of orders for the ’69 model and the decision to pro-long production to fill those orders which delayed the arrival of the 1970 model to showrooms in to February, 1970. As a result, 1970 had the lowest production numbers of the 1968-1972 Corvettes, ultimately making them more rare and collectible. The ’70 model also received some new design cues like the egg crate patterned fender louvers, fenders were flared slightly to prevent rock chips, and the seats were redesigned in addition to some other changes. In 1970 Chevrolet also enlarged the Big Block to its largest displacement at 454 cubic inches with a rated horsepower of 390hp with a massive 500 lbs/ft of torque. Production numbers show 17,316 units with 10,668 being coupes. Obviously, only a portion of these were produced with the Big Block 454 and this particular car is one of those rare cars!