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Classics Dual-Top 1968 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Convertible Up For Grabs

10:11  07 february  2020
10:11  07 february  2020 Source:   motorious.com

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One of just 20 L 88 convertibles built for 1968 ! Chevrolet sent the C2 Corvette off on a high note with the introduction of the race-ready L 88 in 1967, and it continued to be offered on the C3 Corvette for 1968 and 1969.

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One of just 20 L88 convertibles built for 1968!

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This 1968 Chevrolet Corvette L 88 Convertible underwent a recent restoration by Corvette expert David Walters, and it maintained the car's original color combination of the British Green paint with color-matched hard top and Saddle tan leather interior.

Chevrolet sent the C2 Corvette off on a high note with the introduction of the race-ready L88 in 1967, and it continued to be offered on the C3 Corvette for 1968 and 1969. This high-power, low-production package has become one of the most sought-after Corvettes of all time, and this incredible 1968 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Convertible should definitely draw a crowd next month at Russo and Steele's 2020 Scottsdale auction that runs from January 15-19, 2020.

With just 20 examples of the L88 produced for its initial year, production was increased to 80 units for 1968, and of these, only 20 were convertibles like this one. This 1968 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Convertible underwent a recent restoration by Corvette expert David Walters, and it  maintained the car's original color combination of the British Green paint with color-matched hard top and Saddle tan leather interior. The Corvette has all the receipts from this restoration as well as ownership history, which can be traced back all the way to when it was purchased new from Harte Chevrolet in Meridian, Connecticut.

This first-ever L88 Corvette could sell for $3 million

  This first-ever L88 Corvette could sell for $3 million Ultimate Vette was a racing phenom.Chevrolet had a phenomenal year in 1967. The brand launched a new generation of pickup trucks and introduced the world to the Camaro, which debuted the 350 V-8, the engine that would go on to be the standard bearer for the Chevrolet small-block for decades. It was also the final year for the second-generation Corvette, one of the most beautiful cars ever built. As a send-off, Chevrolet gave the 1967 Sting Ray a little-known engine option meant for racing, the L88 427.

The L 88 was a Corvette built with the single minded intention to be the fasted streetcar in production, with A rare one indeed and the ultimate collectible Corvette ever produced! The absolute best hidden secret of In the world of today’s astute wealthy collector; 4 very important components make up the

Chevrolet sent the C2 Corvette off on a high note with the introduction of the race-ready L 88 in 1967, and it continued to be offered on the C3 …

The key element of the L88 was the potent 427 CID V8 under the hood, which was underrated from the factory at 430 horsepower with an actual output well over 500 hp. Other L88 engine upgrades included the 850 CFM Holley four-barrel carburetor, aluminum heads, 12.5:1 compression, and to show its racing intentions, the radiator fan, heater and radio were factory deleted.

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The overall quality of this 1968 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Convertible is proven by the fact that it was shown at the Dana Point Concours d'Elegance as well as the St. Petersburg, Florida Festivals of Speed. Be sure you're registered to bid so you don't miss your chance to own this ultra-rare 1968 Corvette L88 convertible!

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