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Old 04-19-2017, 11:19 AM   #1
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Default 1969 427 Conv 5Spd/PS/PB/PW/Tilt-Tele/AC/436CI BB NOM $38,000 (NJ) - SOLD

1969 427 Conv 5Spd/PS/PB/PW/Tilt-Tele/AC/436CI BB NOM $38,000 (NJ) - SOLD

1969 Corvette 427 Convertible NOM
(436CI / 450 HP/ 425 TQ) 5-Speed Convertible
Power Steering / Power Brakes / Power Windows / Tilt-Telescoping / Air Conditioning.
Color is Dark Metallic Orange, close to the atomic orange / Black Interior.
Location: Central New Jersey (Robbinsville)
$38,000

Overall condition of this car, as you can see from the photos, is very good, not excellent but everyone has their own opinion... Paint is very close to excellent, passenger door bottom front corner has slight discoloration (see pictures). It runs and drives great, steering is tight and drives and stops straight. Mechanically, I say it is very close to excellent.. again in my opinion.

Full paint correction, extensive grease removal and cleaning of frame, engine bay and suspension by Pete Tanzini (Pete’s Detailing) when the engine was out.

It is not an original 427, I had it built to be a very reliable, strong pulling street engine. It was a little bit of a shock when I added up most of the receipts I have… It’s over $65,000, including labor, that does not include the purchase price of the car. Perhaps it’s better not to add them up. Invoices are available to serious buyers.

More Photos in my album and I have also created this link to view many pictures of the corvette, some are during the work in project stages:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bw...Wh4SWZTb2RKY1E

I sold a 1968 SB Conv to a forum member back in 2009.

Short List of New / Refurbished / Rebuilt / Replaced over the last 3 years (Over 30 Pages of receipts totaling over $65,000)
  1. Interior (Mostly New)
  2. Black Leather Seats (New) & Tracks (Refurbished). High Back Seat, not the lower 1969 Type, to accommodate Shoulder Belt
  3. Seat Belts w/ Shoulder Harness (New)
  4. Carpet / Heat insulation / Rear Compartments (New)
  5. Tilt-Telescoping Column (Refurbished)
  6. Steering Wheel (New)
  7. Stereo System Upgrade: You can hear the Sound even with the top down on the highway… Retrosound Model two Radio: Looks like original Style. Bluetooth, IPod integration, USB. New Speakers (2 in Dash 4x6) (2 in rear compartment plus a Sub). Rear Speakers and Sub can very easily be removed.
  8. Radiator and Electric Fans (New)
  9. GM 427 Engine completely rebuilt approximately 200 Mile on engine (436 CI / 450 HP / 425 TQ) This is not the original motor. Toker II Manifold (New) Edelbrock Torker II Intake Manifolds 5061. Brodix Heads Hydraulic Lifters. Chromemoly Pushrods
  10. Carburetor (New) Quick Fuel 780 CFM
  11. Engine Bay Wiring Harness (New)
  12. Stealth Breakerless Electronic Ignition (New)
  13. High Torque Starter (New)
  14. Exhaust System Completely (2 ½ inch) (New)
  15. 2 ½ Inch Exhaust Manifolds. (New)
  16. 5-Speed Tremec (TKO600) Transmission (New). Clutch - Ram Powergrip 550 FT Lb. 11” Clutch (New)
  17. 3:55 Rear (Rebuilt)
  18. Brakes (New). Brake Lines, Calipers – Stainless Sleeve, Brake pads, Brakes / Stops straight.
  19. Brake Rotors – Front & Rear (New)
  20. Parking Brake works.
  21. Power Steering Assist Cylinder / Steering Linkage (New)
  22. Suspension (New / Replaced). New Eaton Corvette Steel Springs (correct SAE 5160 steel), Bilstein Sport Shock Absorbers – Front & Rear (New), Half Shafts Balanced, Differential Side Yokes (New), Spreader Bar, Strut Rods, Ball Joints, Tie Rods,
  23. LED Headlights
  24. HAVC Controls (Refurbished), Heater Blower Motor (New)
  25. AC Works (Refurbished / Replaced where needed)
  26. Vacuum Lines (New)
  27. Battery (New) AutoCraft Silver Battery 800CCA
  28. Wipers work
  29. Turn Signals work
  30. Custom Small LED Lights installed in the interior -You cannot see them unless I point them out. Lights up the interior when the doors open. There is a picture of them.
  31. Door Weather Stripping has been replaced.




















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Old 04-19-2017, 12:54 PM   #2
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Damn that is a good looking car. GLWS
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Old 04-19-2017, 01:01 PM   #3
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Thank you Daniel, I have always admired yours... I have looked at it many times!
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Indeed; that is a stunning example. If I wasn't neck deep into my Trans Am restoration I'd be buying a plane ticket to Jersey. Thanks for sharing - truly envious and wish you luck on the sale to the right future owner.
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Absolutely stunning!! Good luck with the sale,

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NJ, very nice ! Love the color !

I can't imagine that nice of driver lasting very long !
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Beautiful car. Why are there so many nice 'Vettes in Jersey?

Quick Question: in fifth gear with your 3:55 rear end what are your RPMs at 70, 75 and 80 mph?
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Beautiful car. Why are there so many nice 'Vettes in Jersey?

Quick Question: in fifth gear with your 3:55 rear end what are your RPMs at 70, 75 and 80 mph?

Thank you!... I don't recall the RPM's with the 3:55... Good reason to go for a ride tomorrow!

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Old 04-20-2017, 11:18 AM   #9
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I know the feeling. I have $ 2X into my '67 GT500 than what I paid for it. Like your bad boy it is a true head turner.
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VERY nice looking 69 !!!!
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Quick Question: in fifth gear with your 3:55 rear end what are your RPMs at 70, 75 and 80 mph?
Mathematically, the RPM @70 should be 1908, and @80 it should be 2181 (assuming the stock .64 overdrive on the TKO600, and 28" tires). But I agree - you should take it for a drive to verify.

Gorgeous car - and it has everything on my wishlist (I just won't be in the market until next year, after I finish another project - unless you want to trade for a half finished 69 Firebird? )...
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THAT Is one awesome car - wish I had the cash.
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Beautiful car ! Best of luck with your sale.
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A couple of more questions:

1. LED headlights: does that mean you have dropped in halogen lamps or something else? In any event, did you install separate headlight relays for the extra load?

2. Are the new exhaust manifolds NOS or "refurbished?" Were they jet hot / ceramic coated ?

3. Is your Quickfuel 780 a mechanical or vacuum secondary version?

4. Why are you selling?

Thank you!
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I haven't driven the vette prier to you asked about 5th gear RPM question. My preference is not to used it since I am selling it.

1) They are true LED Bulbs, not Halogen, no relays needed as they use less power and provide more visibility. (Cree LED headlight kit H1 H3 H4 H7 H8 H9 H10 H11 9005 9006 80W 6000K 7200LM (H4 Hi/Lo). Plugs into stock harness. Used standard 5-3/4 inch sealed beam headlamps, I think Hella.

2) New 66-69 Exhaust Manifolds (427) 2 1/2 with out A.I.R. Holes - Casting #3880828 and #3880827. Not Jet Hot or ceramic coated.

3) Quickfuel is vacuum secondary.

4) Purchased Beach House...
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Good luck with the sale. I was wondering what color your car is. It really
is sharp.
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