Amongst the many generations of Corvettes produced since the 50s, the C3 Corvette stands out. The iconic design and trim choices made it a sales success, and it boasts a production run of 14 years. With excellent aftermarket support and a design that stands out to this day, driving off in this lovely 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe is a choice you won't regret. With a reported 44,500 miles on the clock, this new factory example is in excellent condition and looking for its new owner.
Just hearing the words Stingray, you know the car that bears its name is iconic. Looking at this 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe and its white exterior, the term "iconic" sums it up just right. The curvy styling and exterior components on the car are still in excellent condition 46 years later, and in terms of exterior upgrades, you will find a hood rack at the car's rear. Giving this Stingray its iconic stance is its factory silver wheels. The Corvette, to this day, is known for its performance, moving away from the iconic Stingray exterior design and over to the interior. The colors and trim on this 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe provide an understated luxury feel. The tan interior is home to a fine mix of leather and trims to keep you company. Look around and find originality on all fronts, like the original radio and dashboard. Amongst the tan interior, you would also find shades of light brown interior trim blending in well and making this interior stand out.
A 14-year production run brought about many powertrains trims to keep sales up and cater to a broad audience of customers. Of the 20+ engine trims available, the 350ci was the most popular, it had the practicality to take you far and the performance to get you going. Powering this 1976 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe is a 5.7L V8 (350ci) powertrain that provides functional performance. There's good news if you want more power out of this classic Corvette. The 350ci engine is revered for its aftermarket support so getting more power out is a matter of a few tweaks and upgrades. Power is sent to the car's rear wheels through an automatic transmission.
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