This 427 4-Speed C2 Is for Sale in… Alaska?

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A Corvette in Alaska might put a whole new meaning to “stored in winters.”

You have to feel sorry for the lad that’s selling this big block Corvette. Understandably, living in Alaska might not provide the type of climate one would associate with a Corvette, and perhaps that’s why this car’s price reflects that. As stated by the seller: “muscle car season is short here.” No kidding!

If interest has been raised, it’s a 1966 model, and described as a “driver” with a few imperfections here and there. Additionally, it says the block has been decked, so the “numbers aren’t visible.” Whether that matters to you or not is a personal decision.

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If you’re in the contiguous United States, shipping can be provided from the ANC port in AK, to Tacoma, Washington. However, the seller advises you really ought to see the car in person before making a deal on a purchase.

Priced at $49,000, it seems to be under market value, and a good candidate for a car you can hop in and drive without worrying about a 10/10 show quality paint finish. As an added bonus, if you’re looking for a road trip home with a new ‘Vette, a trip from Tacoma would provide outstanding views. In a way you’d not only get a Corvette, but also a sight-seeing vacation.

Patrick Morgan is an instructor at Chicago's Autobahn Country Club and contributes to a number of Auto sites, including MB World and 6SpeedOnline.

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