It\'s hard not to love a 1960 Chevrolet Corvette just a bit more. It was one of the few years where you got the distinct quad headlight front end, chrome toothy grille, and rounded rear with a hint of tailfin all in one convertible. It\'s such a great look that this was the year and model that was used for the debut episode of Route 66. And because this is true Americana on wheels, you have all the best details, like two-tone paint, whitewall tires, and an even more powerful V8 than stock. So check out a full package that is the solid C1 that\'s made to be driven. HIGHLIGHTS *Year-correct Ermine White with Sateen Silver cover inserts *Best of the first gen: Quad headlights, bright grille, and rounded rear *Dual exhaust integrated into the bumpers *Whitewall tires *A hint of sporty red wheel peeking out from the bright factory hubcaps *White convertible top *Black interior a timeless contrast to the white exterior *Driver-oriented: bucket seats, thin/grippy wheel, and well-placed shifter *Proper roll-up windows and a good heater great for early morning drives *327 cubic-inch V8 ---Larger displacement than offerings in 1960 ---Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor ---Strong-running nature of an eager drive *Four-speed manual transmission This Corvette is one striking total package. The distinct two-tone makes quite an impression on the outside. The upgraded V8 power with a manual transmission keeps you wanting to hop in and go for a drive. So it\'s a symbol of the open road that also feels like it loves to hit the highway. Your Route 66-style dream is here, but it won\'t wait for long. Call today!!!
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