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With its bright red appearance, brighter A/C interior, a numbers-matching V8, and affordable price mean you're going to have to act quickly if you want this 1977 Chevrolet Corvette in your garage.
There were a few wild factory colors available for later C3s, but this one will even stand out against those. It's a special shade of a vibrant red that was added later in life, and it looks like it could almost glow in the dark. A custom color like this is a nice thing to have here because these later cars had the fully painted urethane front and rear that gave them a more modern and sleek look. The paint was not the only upgrade. Items like the bullet-style tail lights and the fully polished wheels really add to a package that is unmistakable Corvette, and yet, still absolutely distinct.
The white bucket seats, lower dash, and door panels make for an interior that can glow brighter than the exterior red. It makes for one of the most energetic color combos around, and the T-tops allow you to open up to the world so everyone can see it all. So you should really love how this one feels like a car that's ready to hit the road. As you dig deeper, you're going to see a color package done right. The gray on the center armrest/console, carpeting, and steering wheel look nice against the white. They are also on the higher traffic areas in a color that's harder to show dirt. Like any good Corvette of the era, this one comes loaded with the best features, like power windows, tilt wheel, electric rear defogger, an AM/FM/cassette stereo, and cold-blowing air conditioning. For the driver, you get a large speedometer and tachometer package in front, and a full gauge package prominently to the side at eye level.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8. It has some nice polished components, like the valve covers, air topper, distributor shield, and A/C shroud. But the "Keep your GM car all GM" factory decal on the air intake is another reminder of the cool originality within. As a true torque king of the late '70s, these Corvettes really knew how to leave the line with head-snapping power. And the original TH400 three-speed automatic transmission was the right pairing for both stout performance and comfortable cruising. The same goes for the fully independent sports suspension, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
Complete with owner's manual, this has the distinction, history, and all-American appeal, and it's all for an affordable price. Call now!