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FOR SALE: Rare NCRS-Awarded 1971 LT1 Makes Debut To Community On CorvSport

A special 1 of 65 "Sell My Corvette" submission from our CorvSport community

So many things make this 1 of 65 LT1-equipped Stingray Convertible special, and she’s making her market debut to the Corvette community on CorvSport. This rare Stingray checks off all the boxes, but I don’t want to steal Bob Puls’ thunder, because he did an excellent job describing the stunning history and condition of his pristine C3. We have a full photo gallery on this one, with not only some great exterior shots but some excellent underside ones as well. Also included in the gallery are pictures of the extensive documentation, including the NCRS certification.

Details Straight From The Seller:

  • Thought to be 1 of 65 LT1 Convertibles built in this color combination based on production numbers
  • NCRS Duntov Award July 2023
  • NCRS National Top Flight Award July 2023 with a score of 98.4
  • NCRS Performance Verification Award 2022
  • Bloomington Gold Award 2022
  • Invited to Participate in NCRS Display at Corvettes at Carlisle 2023
  • Original numbers matching drive train
  • Full nut and bolt restoration completed spring of 2022
  • Roughly 150 miles since restoration

The car has just under 37k documented miles. Mille Miglia Red with Red Interior and White Convertible Top. Full documentation including tank sticker, protect-o-plate, warranty card, two sets of keys and full ownership history. Features tilt telescopic wheel, AM/FM radio, M-21 Transmission, 3.70 gears, and Power Steering. Engine disassembled and gone through, replaced all bearings and seals, transmission rebuilt and rear differential gone through, full suspension restored. One repaint. Original interior except carpet and seat covers, however seats have been recovered in correct comfort weave material.

Miles: 37,000

Asking Price: $92,500

Location: Bradenton, Florida

Seller’s Name and Contact Info: Bob Puls, [email protected] (seller prefers initial contact via email, and from my experience is quick to respond)

Offered By: Private Seller

1971 LT1 Cliff Notes: “Chevrolet’s LT-1 Corvette showed what could be achieved in a performance muscle car using a small block V8 in a lightweight automobile. Introduced in 1970, the 350 cubic inch LT-1 engine variant offered a whopping 370 horsepower, equivalent to Chevy’s larger 455 cubic inch LS-5 motor. By 1971, emissions regulations brought the horsepower to 330 bhp, but with a lightweight aerodynamic fiberglass body the car still had power to spare.” [Source]

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