1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible With A Rare Corvette Bronze Finish

1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible

In 1970, Corvette fans had no idea that the Bronze finish was only available that year for the C3 Corvettes. Later models tried to bring back the same color but they did not come close the highly desirable 1970 Bronze finish with is depth mixed really well with the curves of the 1970 Corvette.

1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

This featured 1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible comes in that desirable finish and is being offered by a dealer from Concord, North Carolina. The stock engine has also been replaced with a better, meaner big-block V8 engine and topped with a big-block hood just makes this Corvette more interesting.

1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray engine

The 1970 Stingrays are the only proud owner of the true Corvette Bronze. Later generations that had similar bronze finish always lacked something, the 1970 Corvette Bronze was just darker and had more depth. It just looks great on this classic Corvette.

Early C3 Corvette models such as this one were adorned with brightwork including the grille, bumpers, and rocker panels that add to the flashy bronze looks of this Corvette. And a classic Corvette Stingray won’t be complete without the signature Rally wheels. The original 350 ci V8 engine of this Corvette has been replaced by a bigger 400 ci V8 engine that is connected to an automatic transmission and breathes through a Flowmaster exhaust.

1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray interior

It does not only have a bigger V8 engine, but it has also been fitted with other performance goodies and tuned up to maximize the performance of this Corvette. You can clearly see that the engine bay has been treated right and modern components have been such as the new alternator. Just by looking at the engine bay you’ll know that this Corvette will a lot of power to the streets and will surely be a fun experience to drive.

1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray exterior

On the inside, it features a black interior with some additional components to improve comfort. The original leather seats have been replaced with cloth upholstery. This keeps the sports car look but with a more comfortable ride.

For those who wants a garage queen Corvette, a numbers-matching example would be a lot better. This Corvette with its enhanced performance and comfortability is meant to be enjoyed on the road. This Corvette has less than 68,000 original miles and has a price tag of $31,995. The price is reasonable due to its highly desirable and rare Corvette Bronze finish that looks flawless.

bronze 1970 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

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