Our favorite classic Corvettes for sale on Corvette Mike

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It’s that time of the month when we like to check out our friends’ offers at CorvetteMike.com, one of the leading national dealers of classic and used Chevrolet Corvettes. This month, our focus is a little narrower than usual as we take a closer look at these three classic Corvettes offered six years apart during the glory days of Chevrolet performance and style. .

Corvette Mike and his staff are very knowledgeable when it comes to buying and selling America’s favorite sports car. Check them out online inventory and if you see something you like, call them. If you have an original or rare low-mileage Corvette for sale in pristine condition, Corvette Mike might make you an offer. If you have a quality Corvette for sale, contact Corvette Mike and let him know what you have!

1966 Corvette Coupe

The Second generation Corvette they have long been a favorite with collectors who are able to choose from compelling models and options to find the perfect Corvette. While big blocks and convertibles tend to dominate the sales rankings, you’ll want to take a closer look at this little block ’66 Coupe offered at the Anaheim dealership.

1966 Corvette Coupe

Corvette Mike is offering this 1966 Corvette Sport Coupé with the popular L79 327/350 small block V8 engine. First offered in 1965 and enjoying a run until 1968, the workhorse 327/350 provided just the right combination of power and rock-solid reliability. The L79s were only available with the 4-speed manual gearbox, but some pretty neat options could be ordered with it, including the factory RPO C60 air conditioning.

1966 Corvette Coupe

During a recent restoration, the L79 engine was rebuilt and currently only has miles of running-in on the car. The owner has also replaced the factory air compressor with a modern and reliable unit from Vintage Air which now directs icy air throughout the ’66 Corvette Coupe.

1966 Corvette Coupe

Nassau Blue was the most popular color offered on the 1966 Corvette and this example wears it beautifully with no imperfections we could see from the photos. This Corvette also has a lot of curb appeal with its side exhaust and knock-off wheels wrapped in Redline radial tires. The next owner will have years of fun with a car that can be driven anywhere. Are you ready to be its next keeper? Contact Tim a call at 714-630-0700 today.

1966 Corvette Coupe

1967 Corvette Convertible

If you are a collector who wants to add the big dog to the garage, look no further than the model that is considered by some to be the most important year and model produced by Corvette: the 1967 Corvette 427/435 L71 convertible! This first build was assembled on September 19, 1966 and was originally shipped to Luby Chevrolet in Miami Florida according to the NCRS Shipping Data report. This Black Sting Ray is the 1,006th Corvette built in the final model year of the C2.

1967 Corvette Convertible

The 435-hp L71 V8 engine replaced the 1966 L72 427 as the best road engine in the Corvette lineup, and features high compression, a wild cam, and a tri-carb configuration accentuated by the triangle-shaped air cleaner cover. Only the center carburetor provides fuel during normal road driving, but it jumps on the accelerator and external carbs provide additional fuel to the big thirsty block. Originally priced at $ 437.10, it was considered an expensive option at the time, yet 3,754 were produced.

1967 Corvette Convertible

Tuxedo Black was also the rarer color in 1967 and this example is combined with the black leather interior and the red hood sting. During the year only 815 Tuxedo Black ’67 were produced and when you add the winning combination of matching numbers L71 V8, this is truly a rare bird!

1967 Corvette Convertible

The Black Roadster boasts only 36,465 original miles on the car and options include the rare factory side exhaust and shoulder harnesses. The Corvette has been fully restored during a chassis off restoration and is documented with the original tank sticker. It was also further documented with a Bloomington Gold award in 2006. If you want to know more about this 1967 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible, contact Tim at 714-630-0700.

1972 Corvette Coupe

While the third generation of Corvettes began in 1968 and ran through 1982, collectors know that it is the first “sharks” of 1968-72 that attract the most interest. Much of this was due to these early C3 models escaping federal regulations which later saw the chrome bumpers removed for the federally mandatory 5mph polyurethane bumpers, as well as the overwhelming fuel economy warrants that they would have effectively neutralized the big block V8.

1972 Corvette Coupe

This 1972 Corvette Coupe offers the perfect intersection of power and comfort with its 454/270 hp LS5 V8 big block coupled with the 3-speed Turbo 400 automatic transmission. It’s loaded with options including currently non-functioning air conditioning along with brake booster, power steering, custom interior trim, an AM / FM radio, and new BFG Radial T / A tires.

1972 Corvette Coupe

This Race of ’72 It also wears the rarest exterior color from 1972. It is called Pewter Silver and only 1,372 units representing 5% of the total 1972 production were offered during the one-year run. Inside the car is the deluxe black leather interior while the chrome rally wheels offer an exclamation mark on the car!

1972 Corvette Coupe

Corvette Mike bought the ’72 Corvette Silver Pewter from a Malibu lady who gave the car to her late husband as a surprise birthday present. As the Corvette stood still for a couple of years, Corvette engineers Mike when they worked and provided extensive overhaul and refurb where needed. The odometer shows only 20,691 miles and is now ready for many more! For more information on this 1972 Corvette Stingray, contact Tim at 714-630-0700.

To find out more about these three highly collectible classic Corvettes for sale, or to view other collectible Corvettes offered by Corvette Mike, visit them online at CorvetteMike.com or call Tim at 714-630-0700 and let him know you found them here on CorvetteBlogger.com!

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