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Chevrolet : El Camino DELUXE 1968 el camino 454 california car nice paint power windows american racing

Chevrolet : El Camino DELUXE 1968 el camino 454 california car nice paint power windows american racing

$16,500

Yucca Valley, California

Year 1968

Make Chevrolet

Model El Camino

Category Coupe

Mileage 5000

Posted Over 1 Month

1968 EL CAMINOCALIFORNIA RUST FREE CAR ENGINE IS A REBUILT 454CI. 4 BOLT MAIN WITH LOW MILES, POLISHED ALUMINUM INTAKE WITH EDELBROCK 750 CARBURETOR. NEW ALTERNATOR AND BATTERY. HEI IGNITION SYSTEM. NEW STATER. NEW GRIFFIN ALUMINUM RADIATOR WITH A ELECTRIC PUSH FAN. HEADMAN HEADERS WITH 2.5 IN. DUAL FLOWMASTER MUFFLERS, SOUNDS GREAT. NO LEAKS POWER STEERING AND POWER BRAKES, 2 IN. LOWERING SPRINGS FRONT AND BACK. FRONT DISC BRAKES WITH REAR DRUM. BODY IS IN GREAT SHAPE, NO RUST, FACTORY SS HOOD, FRESH HOT ROD RED PAINT JOB, LOOKS GREAT!, LOTS OF NEW PARTS, NEW WHEEL MOLDINGS, FRONT BUMPER, PARKING LAMPS, BED AND TAIL GATE MOLDING. HEADLIGHT TRIM, FRONT WINDSHIELD, COWL INSERTS, DOOR AND VENT WINDOW SEALS, SIDE VIEW MIRRORS, WIPERS AND LOTS MORE. INTERIOR IS IN GREAT SHAPE, HAS POWER WINDOWS. LOTS OF NEW PARTS, NEW CAPET, DOOR PANELS, HEADLINER AND VISORS, REAR VIEW MIRROR, DASH PAD, ARMS REST PADS, SILL PLATES, B AND M SHIFTER, TILT STEERING COLUMN WITH GRANT WHEEL. PIONEER CD PLAYER WITH 2 6X9 SPEAKERS. HAS AFTERMARKET OIL PRESSURE AND WATER TEMP GAUGES. NEW AMERICAN RACING POLISHED ALUMINUM WHEELS WITH TOYO TIRES, FRONT IS 17X7 WITH 245/45/17 TIRE, REAR 18X8 WITH 275/40/18 TIRE. TRANSMISSION IS A 3 SPEED AUTO, WAS REBUILT AT THE SAME TIME ENIGNE WAS, SHIFTS GREAT NO LEAKS CAR RUNS, DRIVES AND LOOKS GREAT !ENGINE VIDEO LINK https://youtu.be/2j7yzor7_CoOUTSIDE VIDEO LINK https://youtu.be/p5_Qrwfcnhs CAR IS LOCATED IN YUCCA VALLEY, CA, 92284 CLEAR CALIFORNIA TITLE IN HAND MUST BE PAID IN FULL BEFORE PICKUP, PAID BY BANK TRANSFER OR CASH IN PERSONTHIS IS NOT A AUCTION, THIS IS BUY IT NOW OR BEST OFFER, SO MAKE A OFFER OR CALL 760-977-6308 THANKSFOR SHIPPING TRY DAS AUTO TRANSPORT 866-298-4221 Search Keywords impala bel air belair Bucket Seats back seat backseats backseat front bench seat benchseat vent trim cover speaker logo powerglide power glide 1965 65 water pump 2 barrel carb. carburetor 350 305 454 402 327 SS Super Sport 5.7 engine motor four door two door sedan coupe nos new old stock chevy chevrolet felix impala truck pick up pickup low rider lowrider malibu th700 camaro monte carlo bel air chevelle montecarlo emblem chrome moulding head heads trade "power 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Pontiac : Firebird Formula 400 1973 Pontiac Firebird Formula 4-SPEED - kw: Trans Am TransAM 1969 1970 1971 1972

Pontiac : Firebird Formula 400 1973 Pontiac Firebird Formula 4-SPEED - kw: Trans Am TransAM 1969 1970 1971 1972

$11,900

Gresham, Oregon

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OR BEST REASONABLE OFFER !!!!! CAR IS LOCATED IN GRESHAM OREGON !!!!! CALL TO DISCUSS SHIPPING !!!!! Buyer responsible for shipping fees, but I can suggest or arrange for a reputable shipper to pick up and deliver. For questions, call ( 5 0 3 ) 8 8 8 - 8 1 0 2. ? FOR WAY MORE HIGH QUALITY PIC’S or VEIW BELOW. . . ? COPY & PASTE     LINK below     into the     URL SEARCH BAR     in your browser: http://s1313.photobucket.com/user/Nicelady4/library/Pontiac%20-%20Trans%20Am%20-%201973%20-%20Black ? YouTube VIDEO OF CAR RUNNING & DRIVING or VEIW BELOW. . . ? COPY & PASTE     LINK below     into the     URL SEARCH BAR     in your browser: http://youtube.com/watch?v=w1RcMyCq49o&feature=youtu.be YOU WILL NOT FIND A BETTER DEAL FOR A 4-SPEED !!!!! ( 5 O 3 ) 8 8 8 - 8 1 O 2. "Okay to call as late as 11:00pm.” (FaceTime available for only serious buyers, since the car is sitting at my storage) Hello, up for sale is a very rare 4-SPEED 1973 Pontiac Firebird Formula 400. I honestly  haven't owned this too long. When my son and I saw it with a FOR SALE sign on the side of a backwoods road in (Boring, Oregon) we just had to stop out of curiosity. Expecting to see an automatic, our jaws dropped when we saw that it was a 4-SPEED. I personally haven't seen one probably since the 80's. I JUST HAD TO HAVE IT! I would love to restore it, but just don't have the time. Not a money issue, but just a time issue is all. Anyways, I could keep going on and on listing things about it but you really must see it to appreciate just how nice it is. Miles: Odometer shows 19,125 "works," but most likely 119,000 VIN #: 2U87T3N141865 Engine: Not original matching numbers. Has a slightly built Chevy 350 small block. Runs and drives, (see YouTube video link.) Transmission: 4-SPEED manual (Shifts great through all 4 gears and not sloppy at all.) Drivetrains: RWD Exterior: Black, needs paint. One dent on front fender, but not too bad. Has extremely small amount of rust. Interior: Grey carpet and the rest of the interior is black. Carpet and seats are new. Personally, I'd rather have black carpet. FOR YOUR INFORMATION: • Clean Oregon Title in hand. • Good tags until September, 2015. • Spare wheel. • Miscellaneous parts (see pics.) • Floor boards are solid. So is the trunk. • Runs and drives, (see YouTube video link.) • Engine starts up every time with no hesitation. • EXHAUST SYSTEM ALL NEW. (See pics.) • All windows are good with no cracks or rock chips. • Seals and chrome trim are good. • Wheels are not original, but look good and in near new condition still. • Drivers side door lock sticks sometimes. • Everything works on dash beside original tachometer. Most likely it’s just un-hooked. (Aftermarket one installed in working condition) Options: • 4-SPEED • Factory Air-Conditioning car, (not hooked up.) • Front power disc brakes • AM/FM Stereo, (currently not in working condition, UNKNOWN.) • MP3 (Single Disc), (currently not in working condition, UNKNOWN.) • Speakers, (currently not in working condition, UNKNOWN.) • Fitted Car Cover with lock ? Feel free to call with any questions you have. ? (FaceTime available for only serious buyers, since the car is sitting at my storage) ? Call       M A R I E     or     D O U G L A S     for an appointment at, ( 5 O 3 ) 8 8 8 - 8 1 O 2. ? "Okay to call as late as 11:00pm." D o u g l a s S c o t t W a l l s - * 3 1 5 9. Address: 2 1 9 1 5 S.E. Stark St. Gresham, OR 97030. Vin# 2U87T3N141865. Copyright © 2014 D o u g l a s S c o t t W a l l s - * 3 1 5 9. All rights reserved. ? While every reasonable effort is made to ensure accuracy of this data, we are not responsible for any errors or omissions contained on this listing. 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Chevrolet : Corvair Monza NICE PAINT, 2.7 L ENGINE, AUTOMATIC, INDEPENDENT SUSPENSION, CLEAN!!!

Chevrolet : Corvair Monza NICE PAINT, 2.7 L ENGINE, AUTOMATIC, INDEPENDENT SUSPENSION, CLEAN!!!

$18,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

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Got a classic car to sell? We can Sell it! Call us Today! 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Stock #2554-CHA 1966 Chevrolet Corvair for Sale Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] VEHICLESPECIFICATIONS ENGINE: 2.7 Liter BODY STYLE : Convertible TRANSMISSION: Automatic EXTERIOR COLOR: ODOMETER READING: 74190 INTERIOR COLOR : VEHICLE FEATURES & OPTIONS Defrost, Heat, Manual Convertible Top, Seatbelts, Air Conditioning, AM Radio SELLER REMARKS Corvairs have always been inexpensive fun. Great looks, tidy handling, and impressive fuel economy make them worthy of a closer look in today's climate, and what better than a gorgeous 1966 Monza convertible? If you're looking for an air-cooled Chevy, this ragtop has a lot to offer including factory A/C! It's not all that often you see a Corvair restored to this level, simply because the economics don't add up. But the restorer's loss is your gain here, because a pile of cash several times bigger than the asking price went into the restoration, leaving us with one of the nicest Corvairs we've ever featured. The Marina Blue paint looks recent and shines up beautifully, and there's simply nothing in the Chevy showroom that doesn't look good in this color. If you squint, you can see a few bits of the upcoming 1967 Camaro in its shape and the Monza offers the most performance, so the comparison is apt. Panel gaps are good and the overall look is that of a far more expensive car. Don't worry, though, we won't tell anyone how affordable it really is. You'll also note that the chrome is in excellent condition, the stainless rocker panel trim shines up beautifully, and an accessory trunk rack offers a period look that's also practical. With this Corvair Monza, you also get a nicely restored bucket seat interior. The button-tufted seats look vaguely reminiscent of big brother Impala and the woodgrained steering wheel adds to the sporting aspirations. It'll be easy to feel at home behind the wheel, as once again there are echoes of the Camaro in the gauge pods. This car also packs ultra-rare factory A/C, which, while not currently operating, is a very appealing project for the next owner to undertake and it'll add big value to the car. The factory AM radio still lives in the dash and with that flat floor, it feels spacious and comfortable, even for adults in the back seat. The white top looks almost brand new and includes a crystal clear rear window and a matching blue boot to make it look clean with the top down. The front-mounted trunk area is fully upholstered and carries a full-sized matching spare. The 2.7-liter air-cooled flat-six is pretty robust for a lightweight car, and thanks to the four carburetors up top, it loves to rev. The all-alloy engine puts the Corvair's center of gravity down low and even with the rear-engine setup, the 1965 cars are tidy handlers thanks to their Corvette-based independent suspension. Yes, there's the A6 compressor up top and the condenser at the leading edge of the engine bay, inhaling through the grille at the base of the rear window, a fascinating look at 1960s engineering. The automatic transmission keeps the six spinning happily, and with it you can concentrate on setting up each corner perfectly without worrying about upsetting the car's fairly stable balance. The brakes are reasonably powerful for the car's performance and the new exhaust system underneath has a pleasant grumble that sounds sporting. Affordable 13-inch wheels carry optional wire wheel covers and modest 185/70/13 whitewall radials. How can a gorgeous rear-engined car with a fully independent suspension, impressive handling, and a top that goes down be so darned affordable? Call today! 1966 Chevrolet Corvair for Sale 1966 Chevrolet Corvair for Sale Stock # 2554-CHA Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Mon - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] TERMS OF SALE 1. Per the eBay User Agreement, by placing a bid you are entering into a legally binding contract and are committed to purchasing the vehicle described above. The details of this commitment are further outlined in the eBay User Agreement. 2. Vehicle may be sold by Streetside Classic Cars prior to the end of the auction. Streetside Classic Cars reserves the right to end its auctions early or to cancel bids solely at its discretion and shall not be held liable for any such cancellation. 3. The winning bidder is required to contact Streetside Classic Cars within 24 hours after the close of the auction to finalize the details of the transaction. 4. A $1,000 non-refundable deposit is required within 48 hours of the auction's close. This deposit reserves the vehicle and removes it from the market. Acceptable payment types for deposit are: credit card, wire transfer, cashier's check, and money order. 5. If winning bidder does not contact Streetside Classic Cars and submit deposit within 48 hours of auction close, vehicle may be made available to the next highest bidder or another qualified buyer on a first come, first serve basis. 6. Streetside Classic Cars has represented this vehicle to the best of its ability. Prospective bidders are encouraged to contact us directly to provide additional information or answer any questions. 7. Please be aware that all pre-owned vehicles, regardless of age, mileage, or manufacturer are subject to cosmetic wear and mechanical failure. Streetside Classic Cars encourages bidder to have a personal inspection completed prior to delivery to help ensure your satisfaction. Third party inspections are to take place prior to a vehicles shipment or delivery. 8. All vehicles are sold "AS IS" and with no warranties expressed or implied. 9. Final or winning bid price does not include shipping, tax, title, or registration fees. It is the purchaser's responsibility to provide for any state or local taxes and shipping expenses resulting from the sale. 10. We can assist you in delivery through our network of private and commercial carriers. Most of them can deliver the vehicle to your driveway. We assume no responsibility for damages or delays incurred once a vehicle is in a shipper's custody. 11. Streetside Classic Cars bears no liability and shall be held harmless for any complications, expenses, or damages resulting from a failure to meet these terms as they have been set forth and established herein. 12. An additional documentation fee of $199 will be added to the purchase price at the time of sale. WE WELCOME INTERNATIONAL BUYERS As an international buyer, it is as easy to purchase a vehicle from us as it is for any domestic buyer. Please call or email any one of our showrooms at: Charlotte Showroom Phone: 001-704-598-2130 Email [email protected] Atlanta Showroom Phone: 001-678-279-1609 Email [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom Phone: 001-817-764-8000 Email [email protected] Rest assured, you are dealing with one of the largest classic car dealerships in the United States with one of the largest (500+) vehicles on display. Our sales staff is very knowledgeable and can assist you in every aspect of the purchase. International buyers welcome! Click here for an estimate. If you decide to purchase from us, we require that you give us your complete name, address and phone numbers (home, office, mobile and fax) and a port of entry that handles containers. We do not ship vehicles open (RORO: Roll On Roll Off) due to risk of damage to vehicle and theft of parts. All international purchases must be paid by bank wire transfer in US Dollar funds only. Once we have received the funds, we will prepare the car for international shipment through one of our approved land and ocean carriers. We file all the necessary documents for export, deliver the car to a US port, secure it in containers and board an ocean carrier. We can land a vehicle to any port worldwide handling container traffic. We export cars regularly and are familiar with export requirements. You, or your agent, are responsible for Custom clearing the vehicle and registration in your own country.

1966 Chevrolet Corvair for: $16995

1966 Chevrolet Corvair for: $16995

$16,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

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Corvairs have always been inexpensive fun. Great looks, tidy handling, and impressive fuel economy make them worthy of a closer look in today\'s climate, and what better than a gorgeous 1966 Monza convertible? If you\'re looking for an air-cooled Chevy, this ragtop has a lot to offer including factory A/C! It\'s not all that often you see a Corvair restored to this level, simply because the economics don\'t add up. But the restorer\'s loss is your gain here, because a pile of cash several times bigger than the asking price went into the restoration, leaving us with one of the nicest Corvairs we\'ve ever featured. The Marina Blue paint looks recent and shines up beautifully, and there\'s simply nothing in the Chevy showroom that doesn\'t look good in this color. If you squint, you can see a few bits of the upcoming 1967 Camaro in its shape and the Monza offers the most performance, so the comparison is apt. Panel gaps are good and the overall look is that of a far more expensive car. Don\'t worry, though, we won\'t tell anyone how affordable it really is. You\'ll also note that the chrome is in excellent condition, the stainless rocker panel trim shines up beautifully, and an accessory trunk rack offers a period look that\'s also practical. With this Corvair Monza, you also get a nicely restored bucket seat interior. The button-tufted seats look vaguely reminiscent of big brother Impala and the woodgrained steering wheel adds to the sporting aspirations. It\'ll be easy to feel at home behind the wheel, as once again there are echoes of the Camaro in the gauge pods. This car also packs ultra-rare factory A/C, which, while not currently operating, is a very appealing project for the next owner to undertake and it\'ll add big value to the car. The factory AM radio still lives in the dash and with that flat floor, it feels spacious and comfortable, even for adults in the back seat. The white top looks almost brand new and includes a crystal clear rear window and a matching blue boot to make it look clean with the top down. The front-mounted trunk area is fully upholstered and carries a full-sized matching spare. The 2.7-liter air-cooled flat-six is pretty robust for a lightweight car, and thanks to the four carburetors up top, it loves to rev. The all-alloy engine puts the Corvair\'s center of gravity down low and even with the rear-engine setup, the 1965 cars are tidy handlers thanks to their Corvette-based independent suspension. Yes, there\'s the A6 compressor up top and the condenser at the leading edge of the engine bay, inhaling through the grille at the base of the rear window, a fascinating look at 1960s engineering. The automatic transmission keeps the six spinning happily, and with it you can concentrate on setting up each corner perfectly without worrying about upsetting the car\'s fairly stable balance. The brakes are reasonably powerful for the car\'s performance and the new exhaust system underneath has a pleasant grumble that sounds sporting. Affordable 13-inch wheels carry optional wire wheel covers and modest 185/70/13 whitewall radials. How can a gorgeous rear-engined car with a fully independent suspension, impressive handling, and a top that goes down be so darned affordable? Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392. Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>

1966 Chevrolet Corvair for: $18995

1966 Chevrolet Corvair for: $18995

$18,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

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Corvairs have always been inexpensive fun. Great looks, tidy handling, and impressive fuel economy make them worthy of a closer look in today\'s climate, and what better than a gorgeous 1966 Monza convertible? If you\'re looking for an air-cooled Chevy, this ragtop has a lot to offer including factory A/C! It\'s not all that often you see a Corvair restored to this level, simply because the economics don\'t add up. But the restorer\'s loss is your gain here, because a pile of cash several times bigger than the asking price went into the restoration, leaving us with one of the nicest Corvairs we\'ve ever featured. The Marina Blue paint looks recent and shines up beautifully, and there\'s simply nothing in the Chevy showroom that doesn\'t look good in this color. If you squint, you can see a few bits of the upcoming 1967 Camaro in its shape and the Monza offers the most performance, so the comparison is apt. Panel gaps are good and the overall look is that of a far more expensive car. Don\'t worry, though, we won\'t tell anyone how affordable it really is. You\'ll also note that the chrome is in excellent condition, the stainless rocker panel trim shines up beautifully, and an accessory trunk rack offers a period look that\'s also practical. With this Corvair Monza, you also get a nicely restored bucket seat interior. The button-tufted seats look vaguely reminiscent of big brother Impala and the woodgrained steering wheel adds to the sporting aspirations. It\'ll be easy to feel at home behind the wheel, as once again there are echoes of the Camaro in the gauge pods. This car also packs ultra-rare factory A/C, which, while not currently operating, is a very appealing project for the next owner to undertake and it\'ll add big value to the car. The factory AM radio still lives in the dash and with that flat floor, it feels spacious and comfortable, even for adults in the back seat. The white top looks almost brand new and includes a crystal clear rear window and a matching blue boot to make it look clean with the top down. The front-mounted trunk area is fully upholstered and carries a full-sized matching spare. The 2.7-liter air-cooled flat-six is pretty robust for a lightweight car, and thanks to the four carburetors up top, it loves to rev. The all-alloy engine puts the Corvair\'s center of gravity down low and even with the rear-engine setup, the 1965 cars are tidy handlers thanks to their Corvette-based independent suspension. Yes, there\'s the A6 compressor up top and the condenser at the leading edge of the engine bay, inhaling through the grille at the base of the rear window, a fascinating look at 1960s engineering. The automatic transmission keeps the six spinning happily, and with it you can concentrate on setting up each corner perfectly without worrying about upsetting the car\'s fairly stable balance. The brakes are reasonably powerful for the car\'s performance and the new exhaust system underneath has a pleasant grumble that sounds sporting. Affordable 13-inch wheels carry optional wire wheel covers and modest 185/70/13 whitewall radials. How can a gorgeous rear-engined car with a fully independent suspension, impressive handling, and a top that goes down be so darned affordable? Call today! This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392. Ad provided by OldCarOnline.com/cond>

Chevrolet : Corvette 4 Speed 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 4 Speed Like 1974 1975 1977

Chevrolet : Corvette 4 Speed 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 4 Speed Like 1974 1975 1977

$12,400

Glendale Heights, Illinois

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1976 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 4 Speed. (Scroll down to see all 50 pictures). The Chevrolet Corvette (C3) is a sports car produced by theChevrolet division of General Motors for the 1968 through 1982 model years. Although it's the third generation of the Chevrolet Corvette, it's also the second generation of the Corvette Stingray. Engines and chassis components were mostly carried over from the previous generation, but the body and interior were new. It set new sales records with 53,807 produced for the 1979 model year.[3]Contents [hide] 1 History1.1 Mako Shark II Concept1.2 1968–19691.3 1970–19721.4 1973–19741.5 1975–1977 History[edit]Mako Shark II Concept[edit]1965 Mako Shark IIThe Corvette C3 was patterned after the Mako Shark II designed by Larry Shinoda. Executed under Bill Mitchell'sdirection, the Mako II had been initiated in early 1964. Once the mid-engined format was abandoned the Shinoda/Mitchell car was sent to Chevrolet Styling under David Holls, where Harry Haga's studio adapted it for production on the existing Sting Ray chassis. The resulting lower half of the car was much like the Mako II, except for the softer contours. The concept car's name was later changed to Manta Ray. The C3 also adopted the "sugar scoop" roof treatment with vertical back window from the mid-engined concept models designed by the Duntov group. It was intended from the beginning that the rear window and that portion of the roof above the seats–be removable.[4]The "Shark" has the distinction of being introduced to the motoring public in an unorthodox—and unintended—fashion. GM had tried their best to keep the appearance of the upcoming car a secret, but the release of Mattel's die-cast Hot Wheels line several weeks before the C3's unveiling had a certain version of particular interest to Corvette fans: the "Custom Corvette", a GM-authorized model of the 1968 Corvette.1968–1969[edit]For 1968, both the Corvette body and interior were completely redesigned. As before, the car was available in either coupe or convertible models, but coupes had new removable roof panels (T-tops) and a removable rear window. A soft folding top was included with convertibles, while an auxiliary hardtop with a glass rear window was offered at additional cost. Included with coupes were hold down straps and a pair of vinyl bags to store the roof panels, and above the luggage area was a rear window stowage tray. The enduring new body's concealed headlights moved into position via a vacuum operated system rather than electrically as on the previous generation, and the new hide-away windshield wipers utilized a problematic vacuum door. The door handles were flush with the top of the doors with a separate release button. "Sting Ray" nameplates were absent on the new 1968 body, but Chevrolet still advertised the car as a Sting Ray. Front fenders had functional engine cooling vents. Side vent windows were eliminated from all models, replaced with "Astro Ventilation", a fresh air circulation system. In the cabin, a large roundspeedometer and matching tachometer were positioned in front of the driver. Auxiliary gauges were clustered above the forward end of the console and included oil pressure, water temperature, ammeter, fuel gauge, and an analog clock. A fiber-optic system appeared on the console that monitored exterior lights and there was no glove box. The battery was relocated from the engine area to one of three compartments behind the seats to improve weight distribution. New options included a rear window defroster, anti-theft alarm system, bright metal wheel covers, and an AM-FM Stereo radio.[5] All cars ordered with a radio, like the C2 cars, continued to be fitted with chrome-plated ignition shielding covering the distributor to reduce interference.The chassis was carried over from the second generation models, retaining the fully independent suspension (with minor revisions) and the four-wheel disc brake system. The engine line-up and horsepower ratings were also carried over from the previous year as were the 3 and 4-speed manual transmissions. The new optional Turbo Hydramatic 3-speed automatic transmission (RPO M40) replaced the two-speed Powerglide. The L30, a 327 cu in (5.4 L) small-blockV8 engine rated at 300 hp (224 kW) and a 3-speed manual transmission were standard, but only a few hundred 3-speed manual equipped cars were sold. The 4-speed manual was available in M20 wide-ratio or M21 close-ratiotransmission versions. The M22 “Rock Crusher”, a heavy duty, close-ratio 4-speed gearbox, was also available for certain applications.[5] The engine line-up included the L79, a 350 hp (261 kW) high performance version of the 327 cu in (5.4 L) small-block. Also available were several variants of the 427 cu in (7.0 L) big-block V8, that taken together made up nearly half the cars. There was the L36, a 390 hp (291 kW) version with a Rochester 4-barrelcarburetor; The L68, a 400 hp (298 kW) motor with a Holley triple 2-barrel carb set up (3 X 2 tri-power); The L71, generating 435 hp (324 kW) with a tri-power; The L89 option was the L71 engine but with much lighter aluminumcylinder heads rather than the standard cast iron. Then there was the L88 engine that Chevrolet designed strictly for off-road use (racing), with a published rating of 430 hp (321 kW), but featured a high-capacity 4-barrel carb, aluminum heads, a unique air induction system, and an ultra-high compression ratio (12.5:1).[6] All small block cars had low-profile hoods. All big block cars had domed hoods for additional engine clearance with twin simulated vents and “427” emblems on either side of the dome. The new seven-inch wide steel wheels had F70x15 nylon bias-ply tires standard with either white or red stripe tires optional. Rare options were: L88 engine (80), J56 heavy-duty brakes (81), UA6 alarm system (388), L89 aluminum heads (624).[5]1969 Corvette Stingray CoupeIn 1969, small block engine displacement increased from 327 cu in (5.4 L) to 350 cu in (5.7 L), though output remained the same. All other engines and transmission choices remained unchanged from the previous year, though the L30 base engine was now the ZQ3 and the L79 motor was redesignated the L46.[7] All cars featured 8-inch-wide (200 mm) steel wheels (increased from 7 inches). Tire size remained the same, although this was the first year for optional white lettered tires and the last for red striped tires. Carried over from the previous year were seven available rear axle ratios ranging from 2.73 to 4.56. Standard ratio remained 3.08 with automatic and 3.36 with manual transmission. The optional Positraction rear axle, mandated on many engine/gearbox combinations, was installed on more than 95% of the cars. "Stingray" script nameplates appeared on front fenders, now one word, in contrast to the “Sting Ray” name used previously. Exterior door handles were redesigned so the finger plate would actuate the door, eliminating the separate release button. Backup lights were integrated into the inboard tail lights, headlight washers were added, and front grilles were made all black. Side mounted exhausts and front fender vent trim were options for this year only. On the inside, revised door panels provided additional shoulder room in the C3's tighter cabin and headrests became standard. Steering wheel diameter was reduced from 16 to 15 inches to permit easier entry and exit, the ignition switch was moved from the dash to the steering column, and map pockets were added to the dash area in front of the passenger seat. Accounting for 57% of the cars, coupes with their removable roof panels, began a trend of outselling roadsters. An extended production cycle due to a labor dispute increased '69 volume. This was the last year for the L88 engine and the only year for the ZL1 option, which offered an all aluminum 427 cu in (7.0 L) big-blockengine listed at 430 hp (321 kW). Rare options: ZL1 aluminum block (2), J56 heavy-duty brakes (115), L88 engine (116), L89 aluminum heads (390).Car and Driver magazine wrote in October 1968, “The small-engine Corvettes are marginally faster and extraordinarily civilized. The large-engine Corvettes are extraordinarily fast and marginally civilized.”1970–1972[edit]In 1970, fender flares were designed into the body contours to reduce wheel-thrown debris damage. New were egg-crate grills with matching front fender side vents and larger squared front directional lamps. The previously round dual exhaust outlets were made larger and rectangular in shape. Interiors were tweaked with redesigned seats and a new deluxe interior option combined wood-grain wood accents and higher-spec carpeting with leather seat surfaces.Positraction rear axle, tinted glass, and a wide-ratio 4-speed manual transmission were now standard. The 350 cu in (5.7 L) base engine (ZQ3) remained at 300 hp (224 kW) and the L46 was again offered as a 350 hp (261 kW) high performance upgrade. New was the LT-1, a 350 cu in (5.7 L) small-block V8 engine delivering a factory rated 370 hp (276 kW). It was a solid lifter motor featuring a forged steel crankshaft, 4-bolt main block, 11:1 compression ratio, impact extruded pistons, high-lift camshaft, low-restriction exhaust, aluminum intake manifold, 4-barrel carburetor, and finned aluminum rocker covers. The new engine, making up less than 8% of production, could not be ordered with air conditioning but was fitted with a domed hood adorned with “LT-1” decals.Motor Trend in May 1970, clocked an LT-1 covering the quarter mile in 14.36 seconds at 101.69 mph and remarked, “There is Corvette and there is Porsche. One is the best engineering effort of America, the other of Germany. The difference in machines is not as great as the disparity in price.”[8]A special ZR1 package added racing suspension, brakes, stabilizer bars, and other high performance components to LT-1 cars. Big-block selection was down to one engine but displacement increased. The LS5 was a 454 cu in (7.4 L) motor generating 390 hp (291 kW) SAE gross and accounted for a quarter of the cars. The LS7, which was advertised at 460 hp (343 kW) SAE gross and had 454 cu in (7.4 L), was planned and appeared in Chevrolet literature but is not believed to have ever been delivered to retail customers, but offered as a crate engine.[5] A short model year resulted in a disproportionately low production volume of 17,316, down nearly 60%.[9] Rare options: ZR1 special engine package (25), shoulder belts in convertibles (475), LT-1 engine (1,287).1971 Corvette Stingray Coupe1971 cars were virtually identical in appearance to the previous model inside and out. This was the final year for the fiber optics light monitoring system, the headlight washer system, and the M22 heavy duty 4-speed manual gearbox. For the first time, air conditioning was installed on most of the cars, with nearly 53 percent so ordered.[5] Engines were detuned with reduced compression ratios to tolerate lower octane fuel. The small blocks available were the 350 cu in (5.7 L) base engine, which dropped to 270 hp (201 kW), and the high performance LT-1, now listed at 330 hp (246 kW). The LS5 454 cu in (7.4 L) motor was carried over and produced 365 hp (272 kW). Offered in ‘71 only was the LS6 454 cu in (7.4 L) big-block featuring aluminum heads and delivering 425 hp (317 kW), highest of the 1970-72 series, and could be ordered with an automatic transmission. The ZR1 option was carried over for LT-1 equipped cars and the ZR2 option, offered this year only, provided a similar performance equipment package for LS6 cars, and restricted transmission to a 4-speed manual.[5] Rare options: ZR1 special engine package (8), ZR2 special engine package (12), LS6 425-hp engine (188), shoulder belts in convertibles (677).1972 was the last year for chrome bumpers at both front and rear, the vacuum actuated pop-up windshield wiper door, as well as the removable rear window common to all 1968-72 coupes.[10] The key activated anti-theft alarm system became standard. The increasingly popular choice of an automatic transmission was installed in most corvettes for the first time, with nearly 54 percent so equipped.[11] This year SAE net measurement for horsepower was now utilized (away from the previous SAE gross standard), and was largely responsible for the much lower engine output figures such as the 200 hp (149 kW) rating on the standard 350 cu in (5.7 L) motor. This was the final year for the LT-1 engine, rated at 255 hp (190 kW), and the ZR1 racing package built around it. Although the M22 HD 4-speed was no longer a Regular Production Option, it continued to be fitted to cars outfitted with the ZR1 package.[7] The LT-1 could now be ordered with air conditioning, a combination not permitted the two previous years. The LS5 454 cu in (7.4 L) big block was again available and came in at 270 hp (201 kW). Noteworthy is in ’72 the LS5 was not available to California buyers.[11] This was the beginning of a trend where Chevrolet restricted certain power train choices to California buyers due to that state's practice of applying more stringent emission (smog) standards than mandated by federal regulations. Convertibles were a vanishing breed by ‘72,[12] and the Stingray was no exception. It sold only 6,508 copies, amounting to 9% of the market, placing it number three;[13] it was beaten by the number one-selling Cutlass Supreme, with 11,571, but beat the Impala's 6,456 and the Mustang's 6,401.[13] Rare options: ZR1 special engine package (20), shoulder belts with convertibles (749), LT1 engine option (1,741).1973–1974[edit]1973 Corvette Stingray Coupe1973 started Corvette's transformation from muscle to touring sports car. A Chevrolet advertisement headlined: "We gave it radials, a quieter ride, guard beams and a nose job."[14] Indeed, redesigned body mounts and radial tires did improve Corvette's ride, and interior sound levels were reduced by 40%.[14] The chrome rear bumper was essentially carried over from the previous year. However, the chrome blade front bumper was dropped for the federally required 5 mph (8.0 km/h) standard for a light-weight front bumper system with an inner transverse tube attached to the frame with two Omark-bolts-(special steel fasteners which absorbed energy when a forming die, pushed back by the bumper, was forced down their length), and an injection-molded urethane bumper cover. The urethane nose was chosen over Chevy's other alternative, a more protruding version of the previous metal bumper. The new urethane bumper assembly added thirty-five pounds to the front end.[5] Two 350 cu in (5.7 L) small block engines were available. The base L-48 engine produced 190 hp (142 kW). The L-82 was introduced as the optional high performance small-block engine (replacing the LT-1 engine) and delivered 250 hp (186 kW). The new hydraulic lifter motor featured a forged steel crankshaft, running in a four-bolt main block, with special rods, impact extruded pistons, a higher liftcamshaft, mated to special heads with larger valves running at a higher 9:1 compression, and included finned aluminumvalve covers to help dissipate heat. The L-82 was designed to come on strong at higher RPM[15] and ordered with nearly 20% of the cars at a cost of $299.[5]Car and Driver on the L-82 in December 1972, “…when it comes to making a choice, the L82 is the engine we prefer. Duntov and the other Corvette engineers gravitate toward the big blocks because they like the torque. And granted, the 454s will squirt through traffic with just a feather touch on the gas pedal. But, to us at least, the small block engine contributes to a fine sense of balance in the Corvette that is rare in any GT car, so rare that it would be a shame to exchange it for a few lb.-ft. of torque.”[16]The 454 cu in (7.4 L) LS-4 big-block V8 engine was offered delivering 275 hp (205 kW) and 15% of the cars were ordered so equipped. “454” emblems adorned the hood of big-block equipped Corvettes. All models featured a new cowl induction domed hood, which pulled air in through a rear hood intake into the engine compartment under full throttle, increasing power (but didn't show up in the horsepower ratings). 0-60 times were reduced by a second while keeping the engine compartment cooler. The new tire size was GR70-15 with white stripes or raised white letters optional.[5] An aluminum wheel option was seen on 1973 and 1974 pilot cars, and a few 1973s were so equipped, but withheld for quality issues, and wouldn't be available until 1976.Road & Track magazine stated in a 1973 road test: "For all its age, size and compromises, if the Corvette is equipped with the right options it is a pleasant and rewarding car to drive and this 1973 example was one the best Corvettes we've ever driven."1974 Corvette Stingray Coupe1974 Corvette Stingray CoupeFor 1974, a new rear bumper system replaced the squared tail and chrome rear bumper blades introduced in 1968 with a trim, tapering urethane cover carrying an integral license plate holder and recesses for the trademark round taillights. Underneath sat a box-section aluminum impact bar on two Omark-bolt slider brackets similar to the system used in the nose which allowed the Corvette to pass federal five-mph impact tests at the rear as well as the front. The new rear design was quite beautiful, and more up-to-date than the 60's shape that it replaced with the vast majority of enthusiasts embracing the new design. For the 1974 model only, casting limitations mandated left and right bumper covers with a vertical center seam. The anti-theft alarm key activator was moved from the rear panel to the front left fender. Tailpipes were now turned down as the new bumper cover eliminated the tailpipe extensions.Car and Driver magazine said: "...We think the front and rear together produce a 'molded' shape that speaks of function rather than decor." Chevrolet commented on the new tailpiece in the '74 Corvette sales brochure: “Take the styling. We wouldn’t just change it for the sake of change. But when we made the rear bumper stronger, we made Corvette’s rear styling look different. And, we think better...”[17]A 1974 Stingray equipped with the L48 195 hp (145 kW) small-block was capable of 0-60 in 6.8 seconds;[18]comparable to the 6.5 second time of the 1968 small-block rated at 300 hp (224 kW); proof the 1972-74 Corvette engines had ample power regardless of reduced horsepower and net (bhp) ratings.[19] The L-82 engine remained at 250 hp (186 kW) and the 454 cu in (7.4 L) LS4 dropped slightly to 270 hp (201 kW).Hi-Performance Cars magazine in a L48, L82, and LS4 comparison test, September 1973, said: "Our choice for the all-around best performer must go to the base 350 L48 engine...The L48 delivers all the acceleration you'll ever need on the road in a steady, forceful manner...in addition it runs cool, idles smoothly, and can cruise all day at 100 mph (160 km/h). The L48 took 6.8 seconds to reach 60 mph (97 km/h), the L82, 6.7 seconds and the LS4 454, 6.4 seconds. On the Bridgehampton road course and over the ride and handling course at Suffolk County Raceway, the base L48 coupe was again our choice...the L-82 had the same balance as the L48 but if we weren't at the right rpm through a corner, or in the wrong gear, the (L82's) lack of torque made itself felt once again...the L48 was the best balanced of the three." In conclusion, they stated: "The Corvette as a total concept has always been far more than the sum of its individual parts. The fanatical clientele that buys 30,000 of them a year can attest to that. And we'll attest to the fact that after 20 years, the Corvette is more than going strong. It's still the epitome of the American motoring experience." [18]Resonators were added to the dual exhaust system on 1974 models which further helped quiet the interior. The radiator and shroud were revised for better low-speed cooling. The inside rear-view mirror width was increased from 8 inches (200 mm) to 10 inches (250 mm). For the first time, lap and shoulder seat belts were integrated, but only in coupes. The FE7 Gymkhana "off-road" suspension included stiffer springs and a stiffer front stabilizer bar with no ordering restrictions. The new $7 FE7 suspension option was included with the Z07 package — The $400 package (also included H.D. power brakes) was available for L82 and LS4 cars with M21 transmission.[20] 1974 was the end of an era for the Corvette with the last true dual exhaust systems, the last without a catalytic converter and the last use of the 454 cu in (7.4 L) big block engine.Hot Rod magazine in its March 1986 issue selected the 1973-74 Corvette LS6 454 as one of the "10 most collectable muscle cars" in the company of the 1968-70 Chevelle, 1970 'Cuda, 1970 Challenger, 1966-67 Fairlane, 1968-70 AMX, 1970 Camaro Z28, 1968-70 GTO, 1968–69 Charger, and 1967-68 Mustang. The big-block Corvettes were the onlymuscle cars produced after 1970 worthy of the list.[21]1975–1977[edit]1975 Corvette Stingray ConvertibleThe 1975 model was advertised as "a more efficient Corvette,"[22] as service intervals were extended and electronic ignition and the federally mandatedcatalytic converter were introduced with "unleaded fuel only" warnings on the fuel gauge and filler door. Dual exhaust pipes were routed to a single converter, then split again leading to dual mufflers and tailpipes. Starting this year,tachometers were electronically driven. The Corvette began to be influenced by the metric system as speedometers now displayed small subfaces indicating kilometers-per-hour. 75's featured revised inner bumper systems with molded front and rear simulated bumper guards. The urethane rear bumper, now in its second year, reappeared as a one-piece seamless unit. This was the final year for Astro Ventilation. Power bottomed out this year — the base engine produced only 165 hp (123 kW) and the only remaining optional motor, the L-82, dropped an astonishing 45 hp (34 kW), managing to deliver 205 hp (153 kW). With no larger engine available, L-82 hood emblems began to appear on cars so equipped. Unchanged was the standard rear axle ratio for the base engine, which remained at 3.08 with automatic and 3.36 with manual transmission. This was the last convertible for the 1968-82 third-generation and only 12% of the cars were ordered as such. As in previous years, a folding top came standard with roadsters and a body color or vinyl covered hardtop was optional at additional cost.[23] Anticipating further federal safety restrictions, Chevrolet believed it would be Corvette's last soft-top model ever but the convertible returned in 1986. Due to the state’s strict emissions standards, this was the last year Chevrolet installed the L-82 engine in a Corvette destined for California.[24]Car and Driver recorded a respectable 7.7 second 0-60 time in a 1975 base engine-automatic, making the Corvette still one of the fastest cars available at the time. C&D said: "The Corvette feels highly competent with power-everything to help you guide the long body around..."[25]1976 Corvette Stingray Coupe1976 models featured steel floor panels shielding the catalytic converter exhaust, weighed less than the previous fiberglass floor, and reduced interior noise levels. Horsepower rose to 180 hp (134 kW) for the base L-48 engine; 210 hp (157 kW) for the optional L-82. To further reduce cabin noise levels, cowl induction was dropped in favor of the air cleaner ducted over the radiator, picking up outside air from the front of the car, thus reducing wind turbulence at the base of the windshield. The hood was carried over with its cowl vent grille and induction system non-functional. The optional cast aluminum wheels were finally made available which reduced the unsprung weight of the car by 32 pounds. Nearly 15% of the cars were ordered with the new wheels at a cost of $299. A standard steel rim spare was used. This was the last year for optional white striped tires as 86% of the cars were being delivered with the optional white lettered tires.[11] A new rear nameplate for the rear bumper cover was introduced, eliminating the individual "Corvette" letters used since 1968. An un-welcome change was the "Vega GT" 4-spoke steering wheel, although its smaller diameter did provide extra room and eased entry/exit. The steering wheel, color keyed-to-the-interior, continued on 1977 thorough 1979 models limited to non-tilt wheel cars only. GM's "Freedom" battery, a new sealed and maintenance-free unit was now installed in all cars.[11] The rear window defroster option was changed from the forced air type of previous years to the new "Electro-Clear" defogger, an in-glass heated element type.[11] Even without a convertible model, the Corvette still set new sales records.Car and Driver recorded 6.8 second 0-60 times in both L-48 and L-82 4-speed equipped 1976 Corvettes. The magazine ordered an L-48 4-speed for a 4,000-mile (6,400 km) road trip to Alaska. C&D summarized: "The Corvette was a big hit–we expected and thoroughly enjoyed that–but we were surprised at how well it withstood the ordeal...once we recovered from the trip we conceded that we'd developed new respect for a car we'd long regarded as something of a put on. In every sense of the word, our Yukon Corvette proved to be tough and we'd have to say that even the production versions impressed us as coming closer to being real touring cars than we might ever have thought. There's a lot more sincere ring now to our stock answer to the question, Why a Corvette?" [26]1977 Corvette Coupe1977 saw the steering column repositioned 2 inches (51 mm) closer to the dashboard to allow a more "arms out" position for the driver. The custom interior with leather seat trim was now standard, with cloth and leather a no cost option. A redesigned center console permitted universal Delco radio options. One consequence of this was an 8-track tape player was now an option. Auxiliary gauges were restyled and the ammeter was replaced with avoltmeter.[27] The sun visors were redesigned to swivel so as to provide some glare protection from the side as well as the front. Chevrolet responded to the criticism of the previous year’s steering wheel with an all new three-spoke leather-wrapped unit, which was well received. Chevrolet featured this new wheel prominently on the front of their new Corvette sales brochure. The new wheel came on all cars fitted with the optional tilt-telescopic steering column which was ordered on all but a few thousand Corvettes.[5] Corvette's refinement as a touring sports car continued as both power steering and power brakes became standard and new options included body-colored sport mirrors, cruise control, and a new convenience group. Cruise control was only available on cars with automatic transmissions. The convenience group included dome light delay, headlight warning buzzer, underhood light, low fuel warning light, interior courtesy lights, and passenger side visor mirror. The black exterior paint color returned (last offered in 1969).[5] Unchanged was the horsepower ratings for both base and L-82 engines. Early in production, the engine paint color was changed from Chevy orange to Corporate blue. The “Stingray” script, seen on front fenders since 1969 disappeared, but new cross-flags emblems began appearing on fenders before the model year ended. Windshield posts were now painted black for a “thin pillar” look and this was the final year of the "sugar scoop" tunneled roof-line and vertical back window.[28] A Corvette milestone was reached during 1977 as Chevrolet had built a half million Corvettes since production began in 1953. New Music in 1976 Magic Man (Heart).Jail Break (Thin Lizzy).Peter Framton Comes Alive.Saturday Night (Bay City Rollers).Fly Like an Eagle (Steve Miller Band).Boogie Fever (The Sylvers).The Song Remains The Same - released (Led Zeppelin).More Than A Feeling (Boston).If You Leave Me Now (Chicago).Play That Funky Music (Wild Cherry).Carry On My Wayward Son (Kansas).Hotel California (The Eagles).Rush 2112 (Rush).Shake Your Booty (KC and the Sunshine Band).Don't Fear The Reaper (Blue Oyster Cult).Back in the Saddle (Aerosmith).Disco Inferno (Trammps).Knowing Me Knowing You (Abba).Kung Fu Fighting (Carl Douglas).Lights Out (UFO).More More More (The Andrea True Connection).Shannon (Henry Gross).Year Of The Cat (Al Stewart).You Should Be Dancing (Bee Gees). 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray 4 Speed. (Scroll down to see all 50 pictures). This Corvette was built in St.Louis, Missouri. The car is currently 15 miles west of O'Hare International Airport. In Illinois - buying from a Car Dealer can cost over $800.00 in Tax. (Sale Amount times Percentage Rate). In Illinois - buying from a Private Seller only cost a flat $25.00 Tax when registering the Title on an antique car. Original Motor and Original 4 Speed Transmission. Matching Numbers.Original Rochester Carburetor.Incredible Condition.This is the tightest driving and smoothest shifting C3 I have ever driven.This is the last year of the early era Stingray. Rare Original Factory No-Air Condition Car.Clean Uncluttered Engine Compartment.Low Original Mileage.Original Factory Corvette Slotted Aluminum Alloy Wheels.Removable T-Top Roof Panels.Interior appears to be Original - Not Restored.The Interior is as good as it gets being original.The color is a Beautiful Bright Red which looks better than the pictures. Recent replaced parts include:- Aluminum Direct Fit Radiator (more efficient cooling and lighter).- Aluminum Direct Fit Water Pump (expensive but 50% lighter).- Coolant Overflow Bottle.- Low Temperature Thermostat.- Coolant and Heater Hoses.- All new Prestone Coolant.- Air Filter.- PVC Valve.- Breather Element Cap.- Distributor Cap and Rotor.- High Quality Plug Wire Set.- Alternator.- Battery.- Convenient Direct Fit Battery Disconnect Dial - ...(fits between battery negative cable and battery negative post). The body panel line-ups and gaps are as good as you will ever find on a C3.Doors and Hood align better than most C3s.Headlight covers align better than most C3s. The paint on the car is old.This car can be a Sparkling Gem with a new paint job.The factory Delco Radio is not working but I wanted to keep it in because the car is a classic. See my feedback for small items at Sellerrbuyerr99. Please Note: I will be considering reasonable offers.Interested Buyers are Welcome to inspect this car in person.