Rebuilt numbers matching 350/L48, 4spd, 93,000 miles on dash, new red leather interior, alloy wheels, power steering, power brakes, power locks, power windows, pace car spoiler package, sport mirrors, Gymkhana suspension, AM/FM/Cassette, A/C, rear window defogger, tilt and telo steering column, power antenna, original air cleaner assembly, original ignition shielding, and much more.
The last owners owned this vette since 1999. They spent over $8,000 on maintenance and upgrades to this vette over the years. We have most of the receipts for the work done, which will go with the vette.
The following is just some of the work that was done to the car by the previous owners: seat covers, carpet, rear tray assembly, power antenna, Y pipe, Flowmaster mufflers, idler arm, lower ball joints, alternator, master cylinder, u joints, rear calibers and pads, Ram Automotive clutch, pressure plate, throw out bearing, fuel pump. The original engine was completely rebuilt with new pistons, lifters, push rods, time chain & gears, water pump, ported & polished heads, all new valves, valve springs, motor mounts, Comp Cam set, oil pump, MSD plug wires, grind flywheel, hone cylinder walls, all bearings, gaskets, and seals replaced, and much more done.
I drove this corvette about 3 hours home- it is a blast to drive with lots of horse power.
1979 was the only year GM offered the pace car spoilers from 78 as an option on any corvette. GM only released 6,853 with the pace car spoiler package, along with only 6,707 corvette red vettes, 12,535 4 speeds, and only 12,321 with Gymkhana suspension out of 53,807 built for 1979.