The 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible was sold new by Northcutt Chevrolet in Enid, Oklahoma. Through the years, it has spent time in Colorado, Texas, and Pennsylvania and in 2012 was finally acquired by the seller.
In 2014, it had a suspension rebuild done by Tony’s Corvette Shop in Gaithersburg, Maryland. They replaced the bushings, universal joints, ball joints and braking components. They also fitted Delco shocks at all four corners. They also refurbished the steering box, control arms, steering column, control arms, brake master cylinder, trailing arms, front and rear sway bars, and springs.
In 2018 it had an engine rebuild done by the same shop. They replaced the water pump, fuel pump, starter, engine mounts, hoses, carburetors, and belts.
It has a green over black finish and is powered by a 427ci L71 V8 engine with three Holley two-barrel carburetors and transistor ignition system. It is coupled with a four-speed manual transmission and a 3.70:1 Positraction rear end. It was factory-rated to be able to have 435 horsepower and 460 lb.-ft. of torque.
The example features a transistor ignition, black vinyl hardtop, side-exit exhaust, an AM/FM radio, black soft top, and Rally-style wheels. The odometer shows a mileage of 46k miles with roughly 2k coming from the current owner.
The sale will include the manufacturer’s literature, NCRS Shipping Data Report, a tank sticker, past titles, and service records.
As of writing, it has a bid of $55,000 and bidding will end on November 27. You can visit the Bring A Trailer website to cast your bid.