1966 Chevrolet Corvette
Our Price: SOLD
|Exterior Color||Tuxedo Black|
|Transmission:||4-Speed Manual Transmission|
DescriptionThis is truly a classic, big block, mid-year, Corvette Roadster in the most desirable and stunning color combination, Tuxedo Black with Bright Blue Leather. This numbers matching car has all the right equipment with the L72 427 cu in/ 425 horse engine, four-speed close-ratio transmission, side exhaust, gold line tires and knockoffs! It even has the optional hardtop in addition to its black convertible top. The car comes with the 1966 Factory Owners manual and pouch, service manual, as well as the 1966 Corvette sales brochure. It even comes with a custom-fitted car cover.
This will absolutely be a show stopper and bring a smile to your face every time you look at it! It runs and drives fantastic. We had the car inspected by a prominent member of the Michigan Chapter of the NCRS (National Corvette Restorers Society) and feel very confident in this car. Don't wait on this very special mid-year Roadster. A car that is recognized by the entire automotive community as one of the greatest designs of all time!
This is definitely one of those cars you need to see for yourself and experience first hand so give us a call at 248-538-9600 to set up an appointment or stop by our showroom in West Bloomfield, MI.
Genuine Leather Seats
C07 - Auxiliary Hardtop (for convertible)
F41 - Special Front and Rear Suspension
L72 - 427ci, 425hp Engine
M21 - 4-Speed Manual Transmission, close ratio
N14 - Side Mount Exhaust System
N32 Teakwood Steering Wheel
P48 Cast Aluminum Knock-Off Wheels
T01 Goldwall Tires 7.75x15 (nylon cord)
U69 AM-FM Radio
The 1966 Corvette styling was similar to the previous model, but there were subtle differences, including the addition of the Corvette script (elongated vertical style) to the hood, and a plated, square mesh, cast grill. The 427 cubic-inch engines were introduced in the 1966 model. Corvettes with these engines received the special bubble hoods first seen on 1965's with 396ci engines. Seats were similar to 1965, but 1966 seats had additional pleats in the upper and lower sections for better weight distribution at the seams. The knock-off wheel option continued, but with a dull-finish center cone instead of bright. The area between the fins was painted dark gray. Back up lights became standard equipment on the 1966 model. They were incorporated into the existing rear inboard taillight housings. Holley carburetors used with some engine applications previously were standard with all 1966 engines.