1970 Chevy Corvette
This LT-1—finished in its factory Marlboro Red—received a high-quality paint job years ago, and it still shows well with few minor blemishes. The engine was rebuilt to stock specs, and it has all the correct LT-1 Castings, but the VIN has been shaved from the front pad. The car has been represented as having its original block, but we can’t confirm this. The performance from this 370 horse Corvette is as impressive as the LT-1’s reputation for fast rev and lots of torque.
This beautiful, unrestored 1970 LT-1 Corvette Roadster was purchased from a collector who had owned the car since 2006. In 1970, Chevrolet introduced the LT-1 Vette with its light weight 370 Horse 350, which was a much more expensive option than the LS-5, 454 Corvette. The LT-1 had similar performance, but it handled better due to its much lighter weight. The high cost of the LT-1 caused fewer to be produced, and only 1,271 LT-1 Vettes were built. Less than ½ of them are believed to be the convertible model.
It’s a beautiful car that is so much fun to drive. Put down the top and drive this factory hot rod anywhere because it’s a truly excellent car that needs nothing to fully enjoy.
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