Numbers matching, L48/350, 4 speed manual transmission, Gymkhana suspension, working A/C, power steering, power brakes, crank windows, rally wheels, AM/FM Delco radio, original air cleaner assembly, original ignition shielding, L-82 aluminum valve covers, dual exhaust, and much more.
The last owner owned this corvette for 13 years and was very meticulous with it. He put over 40K miles on it during his ownership. He had it repainted in base-coat/clear-coat. He replaced the front and rear bumpers, radio speakers, master cylinder, brake booster, rear spring and bushings, shocks, tachometer board, oil pressure gauge and sending unit, distributor cap and rotor, upper and lower ball joints, tie rod ends, seat covers and foam, steering coupler, fuel pump, power steering hoses, front and rear shocks, belts and hoses, transmission rear seal, weatherstrips, quartz clock, spark plugs & wires, heater core, 4 calipers (with stainless steel), brake fluid (with DOT 5), parking brake assembly (stainless steel) and shoes, and dual exhaust and mufflers (both stainless steel). He had the carburetor, water pump, and power steering pump rebuilt. He replaced the A/C VIR, A/C harness, A/C hoses, had the A/C controller and orignal compressor rebuilt, and recharged the A/C with R12. He also had a full tune up performed, and much more while he owned the car. We changed the oil and filter, as well as the left upper control arm bushings.
This car is a beauty that seems to run great. The extensive amount of care it has been given over the years is easy to recognize.
1976 was the last year for the Stingray emblems on the fenders of a corvette until the C7 generation. GM only produced 3,268 in bright blue, 5,368 with Gymkhana suspension, and only 9,933 with the 4 speed manual transmission out of 46,558 total production that year.