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Old 04-12-2018, 10:55 AM
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Helping a buddy search for a C3 convertible, any leads would be appreciated.

Looking for one with nice paint [not red, blue or yellow] and some options would be ideal [PS, PB, AC]

Not looking for a show car, but a reasonably priced nice driver. Thanks
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a price range helps...
$20-30K? Thanks
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hello i own a 1968 corvette convertible. ps and pb no ac. 327/350 original motor rebuilt once. car is painted ontario orange was originally blue. it has a doug nash 5 speed with hurst shifter. great driver car. i would sell for mid to low 20k's. i have owned for around 10 yrs. i live in south carolina and i can send pics via smart phone. thanks
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hello i own a 1968 corvette convertible. ps and pb no ac. 327/350 original motor rebuilt once. car is painted ontario orange was originally blue. it has a doug nash 5 speed with hurst shifter. great driver car. i would sell for mid to low 20k's. i have owned for around 10 yrs. i live in south carolina and i can send pics via smart phone. thanks
Hey....thanks for posting, I'll send you a PM with my number...
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Still looking for an AC car. Any leads are appreciated.
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Still looking for an AC car. Any leads are appreciated.

No one??
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Dont have a 68-72, But I have a 74 all original numbers matching convert. White original paint is in decent shape not show shape, with a few cracking spots and one chip towards the rear, and the usual nose chips from driving. Its automatic with 35k miles on it. Red interior with PS, PB, AC. Only thing ever done to it is a tune up, new plugs wires and distributor cap.
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If it wasn't for the AC requirement, I'd have a great one for you. If you're looking for more replies, some specifics would help get people attuned to your wants. Auto, manual or either? Is numbers matching a must or a plus? Small block, big block, or not important? Coupe or convertible? We need to have a feel for what the buyer's wants are.
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