This car has been in dry storage for over 30 years. It was parked because the transmission went out. We have recently rebuilt the transmission, sandblasted and painted all the parts, and put everything back to correct original. We also installed all new brake components, including stainless steel lines, new calipers, rotors, pads, hoses, and master cylinder. Everything is back to original equipment. Car runs and drives, but I wouldn’t depend on it for a long trip. Starts right up with no problems. Paint is red lacquer, and has been on the car since the 70’s. It shows its age. It has cracks and is flaking off, but the body is very nice shape. Original glue lines are still in the fenders and quarters. Car looks to have never been wrecked. This car is in unrestored condition, and hasn’t really been messed with. Would make a great candidate for restoration or just drive as is.

Location: Lexington, Kentucky, United States

See listing: 1971 Chevrolet Corvette Barn Find (from November 11, 2018)