1977 Chevy Corvette T-Top For Sale in Illinois

1977 Chevrolet Corvette #1578-den

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  • Mar 08 2024
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Corvette Info

Body Type : T-Top
Ex. Color : Red
Int. Color : Black
Mileage: 54942
Engine : 454 V8
Trans : TH400 Automatic
VIN# :
For Sale By : Dealer
Asking price : $21,500
Terms : Best Offer

Corvette Description

Gateway Classic Cars of Denver presents this 1977 Chevrolet Corvette, a classic American muscle car that exudes style, power, and performance. This beauty is dressed in a vibrant red exterior that is sure to turn heads wherever you go. The bold color is not just a statement of style, but a testament to the Corvette's rich heritage and timeless appeal. The interior of this '77 Corvette is just as impressive as its exterior. It features a sleek black interior that complements the red exterior. The seats are comfortable and supportive, making even long drives enjoyable. The dashboard and controls are well laid out, providing easy access to all the car's features. Under the hood, this Corvette is powered by a massive 454 V8 engine. This powerhouse delivers impressive performance, allowing you to experience the thrill of driving a classic American muscle car. The engine is paired with a TH400 automatic transmission, known for its durability and smooth shifting. This combination ensures a driving experience that is both exhilarating and comfortable. This 1977 Chevrolet Corvette is not just about looks and performance. It comes equipped with a range of features that enhance its usability and convenience. It has power steering for easy maneuvering, power brakes for reliable stopping power, and air conditioning for those hot summer days. The car also features a tilt and telescoping steering wheel, allowing you to find the driving position that suits you. In summary, this 1977 Chevrolet Corvette is a blend of classic style, powerful performance, and modern convenience. It's a car that will not only take you back in time but will also provide a thrilling driving experience. Don't miss the opportunity to own this piece of American automotive history. Believed to have been owned by the late retired NFL Player and wrestler Dr. Death (Steve Williams) Hence the number 26

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