1969 Corvette for sale in Washington - $79,000
1969 Corvette Big Block Stingray. 1 of 390 originals equipped with the "L89" aluminum head optioned "L71" 427 tri-power engine. Documented with the original tank sticker. Body off frame up restoration completed December 2018. If you're looking for an all original numbers matching Corvette, this IS NOT it! The NOM has a September 23 1967 (I237) date, block #3916321, with factory GM 3919842 aluminum heads, aluminum tri-power manifold with correct carbs (no smog equipment). The engine is a "CE" (warranty replacement) engine but the stamping was ground off when the deck was shaved. The engine has been completely rebuilt, by renowned engine builder, Archie Somers, of Somers Racing Engines. Many new engine components including 11-1 TRW coated, forged pistons, chrome moly rings, new factory spec solid lifter camshaft, lifters, "Magnum" roller tipped rockers, GM "L88 ZL1" aluminum water pump, factory cast iron exhaust manifolds, new 2 1/2" exhaust thru Flowmaster 40 series mufflers. Only a few hours run time on the engine, odometer shows 70,241 miles. I have the original transistor distributor and CDI box stored safely away. The .60+ L71 427 is running a Mallory Pro Comp electronic distributor and MSD 6A box tucked neatly out of site. Way too much new to list here but I have extensive documentation depicting the 7 year restoration, including 100+ photos and tens of thousands of $$ in receipts. Hundreds of hours in body & paint work. Over $50K in restoration. Beautiful Deltron LeMans Blue Basecoat paint under 3 coats of "Wet Wet Extreme" clear coat. FULL DISCLOSURE: The title is "clean" with no "brands". However, when I purchase the car, about 10 years ago, it had an aftermarket front end on it. It was professionally replaced with an "Eckler" one piece front end. The frame was also determined to be slightly "tweaked", even though it drove well. Frame was replaced with a perfect rust free one off a '71 from California. Frame was completely stripped, primered, and painted. The original tank sheet was removed personally removed by me. Unfortunately, it was damaged when removed. However, ALL the option codes are still intact and legible, as follows: A01 Soft Ray Tinted Glass C50 Rear Window Defroster F41 Special Front and Rear Suspension C81 Positraction Rear Axle K66 Transistor Ignition System L71 427ci, 435hp Engine L89 Aluminum Cylinder Heads M21 4-speed Man Trans, close ratio U69 AM-FM Radio. NO Power accessories Door trim tag: 976 (LeMans Blue) 402 (Black Leather Interior) Do your own research but you'll find that the finest examples (w/original engines) of this Corvette are surpassing $200K lately. Next to the unattainable ZL1 (1 known to exist) and the $500K+ L88 Corvettes the L89 is considered by most Corvette enthusiasts to be the next most valuable and sought after big block Corvette ever produced. This highly restored Corvette is extremely rare and valuable, thus I have treated it as a “Garage Queen”, driven only a few miles since restoration, never been in the rain or washed. For a 51 year old car, it is nearly flawless in appearance.
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