1970 Chevrolet Corvette
The 1970 production year for GM was cut short due to a union strike, so 1970 Corvette production is low. Cosmetic changes for the abbreviated 1970 model year were slight. The extreme bodyside tuck-under was found to be susceptible to stone damage, so Chevy flared the aft portions of each wheel opening, which helped somewhat. The grille went from horizontal bars to a fine eggcrate pattern. (The real radiator air intakes, Duntov’s original slots, were on the car’s underside.) The eggcrate also appeared on the front fenders in place of the previous four “gills.” Front parking lamps switched from small, round units to rectangular fixtures with clear lenses and amber bulbs. The dual exhaust outlets also shifted from round to rectangular.
This particular car is powered by a 300 horse 350 V8 that provides plenty of fun that is fun and easy to drive coupled with the automatic transmission.Both of which have been rebuilt and only have break in mileage on them. T his car is absolutely beautiful and just as clean underneath as it is on top, the paint, chrome and glass are all flawless. The entire brake system has been rebuilt and the shocks replaced as well. The mileage is thought to be correct but that cannot be verified, but it is apparent that the car has had the best of care it’s entire life. It is an excellent driver / showcar that anyone would be proud to own. It is priced at a very competitive $30,000 and it can be in your home immediately. The car is located near Columbia SC which makes for easy pick up and transport.