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1968 - 1972 Corvettes For Sale

This page features C3 Stingray Corvettes, the beginning of the Stingray era. This includes Corvettes from 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971 & 1972. If you don’t see the Chrome Bumper Corvette from 1968-1972 that you are looking for, call 814-937-4941. We may have one in stock and not have it online yet or there may be a Corvette from the C3 Chrome Bumper era we are in the process of acquiring. This is where you would find C3 Corvettes with the LT-1 engine option.

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1972 Ontario Orange Corvette Stingray Convertible Manual Transmission

Price: $28,999

This 1972 Ontario Orange Corvette four-speed convertible features a deluxe dark saddle leather interior and only 94,300 original miles.  The 350 engine is not original

Transmission:
Manual
Engine:
350
Mileage:
90000
Corvette Details

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1970 Black LT1 Corvette TTop Manual Transmission

Price: Pending

Numbers matching, LT-1, 4 speed manual transmission,  63,000 original miles, power brakes, frame off restoration started, rally wheels, hooker header side pipes, and much more.

Transmission:
Manual
Engine:
350
Mileage:
63000
Corvette Details

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1969 Fathom Green Corvette Stingray Convertible Four Speed Manual For Sale

Price: $31,999

CE 350 engine, 4 speed manual transmission, 52,000 miles on dash(title is exempt for mileage), tan convertible top, rally wheels, beige interior, dual exhaust, original

Transmission:
Manual
Engine:
350
Corvette Details

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1969 LeMans Blue Corvette Stingray Convertible 4spd For Sale

Price: $34,999

Just in time for summer cruising, this 1969 blue blue stingray is one sharp ride and will make someone a fun chrome bumper driver. 350

Transmission:
Manual
Engine:
350
Mileage:
99000
Corvette Details

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1968 Gold Corvette Convertible Automatic For Sale

Price: $21,999

350 engine, automatic transmission, 52,000 miles on dash (title is exempt for mileage), telescopic steering column, rally wheels, power steering, power brakes, X-A/C, wood steering wheel,

Transmission:
Automatic
Engine:
350
Mileage:
52,000 on dash
Corvette Details

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1972 Red Corvette Big Block Ecklers Wide Body For Sale

Price: Pending

big block, 2 4 barrel carbs, automatic, black leather interior, power steering, power brakes, and much more.

Transmission:
Automatic
Engine:
big block
Corvette Details

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1969 Red Corvette Convertible

Price: $32,999

4 speed manual transmission, 400 small block, 87,800 miles on dash(title is exempt for mileage), black interior, rally wheels, black convertible top, crank windows, power steering,

Transmission:
Manual
Engine:
400
Mileage:
87000
Corvette Details

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1969 White Corvette Stingray For Sale

Price: $28,999

Numbers matching, 350/300Hp, 909 miles on dash (title is exempt for mileage), four speed manual transmission, black interior, AM/FM/Cassette radio, removable rear window, rally wheels,

Transmission:
Manual
Engine:
350/300Hp
Mileage:
909 On Dash
Corvette Details

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1972 Classic White Corvette Stingray T Top 4spd

Price: $26,999

350 engine, four speed manual transmission, 20,800 miles on dash (title is exempt for mileage), dark saddle interior, X-A/C, AM/FM Delco radio, rally wheels with

Transmission:
Manual
Engine:
350
Mileage:
20,800 miles on dash
Corvette Details

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1972 Black Corvette Big Block Stingray T Top For Sale

Price: $14,999

Numbers matching, LS5 454/270Hp motor, 74,000 original miles, automatic, X-A/C, saddle leather interior, AM/FM Delco radio, removable rear window, Gymkhana suspension, and much more. We

Transmission:
Automatic
Mileage:
70000
Corvette Details

1971 Mille Miglia Red LT 1 Corvette T Top

Price: $24,999

A T Top Corvette with 64,000 miles, LT1 engine, and numbers matching make this a true original. With 4spd transmission and a 350/330 hp engine,

Transmission:
Manual
Mileage:
64000
Corvette Details

1968 Safari Yellow Corvette Stingray Convertible C3

Price: Pending

With a 327/350 hp motor and 4spd transmission, this 1968 Corvette Stingray Convertible in Safari Yellow is a joy to drive. This C3 Corvette was

Transmission:
Manual
Corvette Details

Private Collection

1972 Ontario Orange Corvette Stingray Convertible Automatic

Private Collection

This 1972 Stingray Corvette drives like new! A black top convertible in Ontario Orange has one of our favorite color schemes. With only 61,000 miles,

Transmission:
Automatic
Mileage:
61000
Corvette Details

Private Collection

1972 Elkhart Green LT1 Corvette Stingray

Private Collection

This 1972 LT1 Corvette Stingray in Elkhart Green is stunning! A T Top with the rare LT1 package makes it a favorite among collectors. With

Transmission:
Manual
Mileage:
43,000
Corvette Details

Private Collection

1972 Sunflower Yellow Corvette LT1 Convertible

Private Collection

This 1972 Sunflower Yellow Corvette LT1 Convertible is a rarity. It’s dark saddle interior and tan convertible top go great with the bright color, making

Transmission:
Manual
Mileage:
38000
Corvette Details

Private Collection

1971 Mulsanne Blue Corvette LT1 Convertible All Original

Private Collection

This 1971 Corvette LT1 Convertible in Mulsanne Blue is all original. Its white convertible top and rare LT1 package makes it one of our personal

Transmission:
Manual
Mileage:
30000
Corvette Details

Private Collection

1970 Mulsanne Blue LT1 Corvette Stingray Convertible

Private Collection

With less than 300 1970 LT1 Convertibles built, this is a rare classic Corvette. Our 1970 Mulsanne Blue LT1 Corvette Stingray Convertible has been restored

Transmission:
Manual
Corvette Details

Private Collection

1970 Daytona Yellow Corvette Stingray Convertible 4spd All Original

Private Collection

A perfect collector’s car! This 1970 Stingray Corvette Convertible in Daytona Yellow is all original. Its black convertible top matches perfectly, and you can’t go

Transmission:
Manual
Mileage:
50000
Corvette Details

Private Collection

1970 Marlboro Maroon LT1 Corvette Stingray T Top 4spd

Private Collection

One of our most prized possessions at Hobby Car, this 1970 Marlboro Maroon LT1 Stingray Corvette is gorgeous! The C3 Corvette T Top has the

Transmission:
Manual
Mileage:
69000
Corvette Details

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1970 Bridgehampton Blue Corvette 454/390HP Convertible

Private Collection

One of our favorite classic Corvettes, this 1970 Bridgehampton Blue Corvette Convertible has a ton of power! A 454/390 hp engine and 4spd transmission makes

Transmission:
Manual
Corvette Details

Private Collection

1970 Cortez Silver Baldwin Motion LT-1 Corvette T Top

Private Collection

A very, very rare C3 Corvette. The original owner of this 1970 Baldwin Motion LT1 Corvette T Top was told by Joel Rosen that this

Transmission:
Manual
Mileage:
37000
Corvette Details

Private Collection

1969 Blue Mako Shark Corvette Convertible

Private Collection

One of the most iconic designs of the C3 Corvette era, this 1969 Blue Mako Shark Corvette Convertible has 53,000 original miles, a 4spd transmission,

Transmission:
Manual
Mileage:
53000
Corvette Details

History of the 1968-1972 Corvette Series

The ‘68 through ‘72 Vettes are the first five of the third generation Corvettes.

The 1968 Corvette was the first year for the Mako Shark body style. This design was inspired by an actual Mako Shark on a fishing trip. The ‘68 Vette is exciting because it was the first of a new generation, and underwent a serious makeover! The slogan for the release was “All different, all over”. Being the first, it also had some kinks needing to be worked out in 1969. One of the most often noted design flaws from early buyers was the lack of interior space for the driver. This flaw would be remedied in 1969. A unique non-feature of the 1968, is the lack of the Stingray or Sting Ray moniker.

The 1969 Vette was chock full of reworks and redesigns. The interior of the 1969 Corvette saw a functional redesign giving drivers and passengers more room. The ‘69 wheels grew wider from 7 to 8 inches. Also, the door handle was redesigned to allow for opening the door with either right or left hand on either side of the car.

1970 was the first year designers started moving in the direction of a luxury car in addition to sports car. With this goal in mind, many aesthetic upgrades were made. In addition, The interior will be even roomier and comfier than 1969 as designers continued to tweak for comfort of the driver and passenger. In 1970 Corvettes, big block engines increased from 427 to 454 cubic inches and the powerful 370 HP LT1 small block engine made its debut. So this is something you will want to keep your eye out for in a 1970 Corvette!

1971 Corvettes and 1972 Corvettes both saw very little change aesthetically. However, both years saw a fair share of removals. Similar to the appeal of owning a “first made”, it can be equally fulfilling to own a “last made”. The 1972 Corvette will be the last Corvette to feature both a front and rear chrome bumper, as rubber bumpers are introduced in 1973.

Over these two years, new regulations ushered in significant engine redesigns. Because of this, you may see less power in a later Corvette. However, Corvette still maintained the status of a racecar favorite. However, If engine options and output are number one on your shopping list, you may want to consider a 1968-1970 Corvette.

Overall, these five years ushered in our favorite generation of Chevrolet Corvettes. We saw a unique and sleek Corvette redesign introducing the sharkesque style. We also saw a functional redesign of engines and mechanics, allowing Chevrolet to meet necessary regulations while maintaining the sleek and fast Corvette reputation.