Seven Hills Motorcars is
tremendously proud to offer this very nice and highly
optioned blue on saddle 1969 Corvette for sale. The
blue on tan color combination is super sharp and very
desirable. This car actually came from the factory as
a 350/350hp with a/c, but the engine has since been replaced
and the major components of the a/c system removed.
The engine in the car now is a GM 350. The casting
number is 3970010, which was a very widely used block for
Chevrolet. It was also used in Corvettes from 1969 to
1979. This car has always received complements whenever I have
driven it. I invite and encourage you to look at the
Corvette in person.
As a side note, this Corvette is not a dealer auction vehicle.
We hand pick each car after careful inspection. Our cars
come from owners who expect their cars to go to someone that will
give the vehicle the same care and attention as they did. We
invite and encourage you to examine the car in person or have the
car inspected. Please take the time to examine each picture.
We photograph each vehicle to the greatest extent so you can feel
confident about your purchase. If you have a question about the
Corvette, just give us a call.
exterior paint is very presentable and in great driver condition.
There are no major scratches, chips, or other damage in the paint
that are not pictured. The paint’s finish has an excellent
gloss. The car was just recently painted within the past two
years. Often many corvettes will have particularly chipped up
this car does not. There are some small
blemishes and spots in the paint showing old body work that were too
small to show in in photos, but nothing that can been seen from 5
feet away. The car still retains the original "Astro
Ventilation" side glass, a good indication that this car has never
been in a serious accident. The chrome bumpers are in great
condition for a driver and show extremely well. The
tires are literally brand new and still have the mold marks on them.
The American Racing wheels are are also brand new and are one of the
greatest style and focal points of this car. The hood is a
much lighter aftermarket unit and does not fit as well as a stock
hood. Also, the body gap next to the left headlight bucket is
not perfect. I have specifically taken a photo of this spot to
leather interior of the corvette is in terrific condition.
This car is an original saddle leather car as indicated by the code
on trim pad, 421. The seats both look great showing almost no
wear at all. The driver's seat is NOT worn in the
typical area where the driver gets in and out of the car. The
carpet is also in nice condition with no rips, holes, or stains.
The dash and center console look great and have no tears sun damage.
There is one very small hairline crack in the dash. I have
specifically taken a photo to show the crack. The aftermarket radio
is a corvette specific application and the installation looks very
car has not been smoked in, there is no aroma or burn marks
anywhere. Both door panels fit very well and look as good as
new. The rear window is removable, but one of the handles on
the latch the holds the window in has cracked off making removal
more difficult. The red switch on the center console is for the electric
Corvette is in great mechanical condition. It is a cold
blooded like most older carbureted cars, but starts up quickly, runs
well, idles well, and does not smoke at all. This Corvette has
plenty of power, it is very fast. The transmission is a 3
speed automatic. It
shifts well throughout the engine's power band. This car is
very much fun to drive, especially with the t-tops out.
The brakes are powerful and stop straight. This car has NO
RUST issues. The frame is solid and clean as is the area
around the "A" pillar. Everything on this car works with the
exception of the clock. All of the outside and inside lights
work, all of the gauges work, and the headlights flip up. The
exhaust is new and gives the car a very healthy tone.
condition of the 1969 Corvette is in great condition for a driver,
both the exterior and interior. It always gets attention does
the road. The 1969 model year is the star of the chrome bumper
years, the 1963-1967 cars have hit their peak and are coming down,
this model year is beyond doubt one of the most sound and secure
ventures one could make into the Corvette market.
One could easily buy this car now, drive and enjoy it for several
years, and then sell it for more than the purchase price.
The Corvette always turns heads and is admired by every car
enthusiast. Thank you for looking and please email or call
with any questions.