Numbers matching, 350/350Hp motor, close ratio 4 speed manual transmission, rally wheels, original AM/FM Delco radio, 65,400 miles on dash, original valve covers, crank windows, removable rear window, L88 hood, dual exhaust, Flowmaster mufflers, Edelbrock aluminum intake, Holley Carb, and much more. I drove this vette one hour home. It runs and drives great. The last owner owned it for 20+ years. We just changed the oil and filter, transmission grease, rear end grease and additive, and checked and lubed the chassis. We also replaced the upper and lower control arm bushings, upper and lower ball joints, idler arm, sway bar links, 4 shocks, front brake hoses, strut rod bushings, tongue bushing, rebuilt the Holley Carb, top radiator hose, fan clutch, and much more. 1969 was the second year for the C3 generation corvette. It was the last year for no fender flares, the 3 speed transmission option, and the L71 427/435hp, L88 427/430Hp, and L68 427/400Hp engine options. This was the first year that the T-top corvette out-sold the convertible with 22,129 T-tops being built versus only 16,633 convertibles.