1971 Chevrolet Corvette LT1 Matching Numbers 350 LT1 V8, 4 Speed Manual, Clean Survivor, Well Documented


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The woodgrain appliques probably show the most wear inside, which makes since when you remember the kind of cheap materials they were made from back then, but those door panel, dash, and center console accents still make their presence felt and really do a great job in adding a touch of sophistication to the Saddle interior. All the gauges show bright, clear markings, and yes, the fiber-optic light indicators still work, while the stock, black-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel looks just right in the Corvette’s cockpit. Things like A/C and an automatic transmission were not available with the high-revving LT-1, so this one has an always-fun Muncie 4-speed and not many options beyond an AM/FM radio and tilt column.

No. But highly presentable and you’ll never have to make excuses for the small checking and minor scratches that this beauty has proudly acquired through the decades. With low ownership and great documentation passed down through the years, it’s an extraordinary find that shows just 45,746 original miles on the 5-digit odometer (which we believe to be original based on a preponderance of physical evidence on the car, not 100% verifiable proof), making it one of the most desirable all-original cars we’ve ever featured.

Underneath, the Muncie 4-speed manual transmission snaps through the gears powering an original rear axle. And with power steering and power 4-wheel disc brakes, it’s ready to rock at a moment’s notice. Classic 15-inch Rally wheels are fitted with Mastercraft radials, the lone concession to the passage of time.





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