We are very proud to present this awesome 1971 Stingray. This beauty was featured in Corvette Fever Magazine in June 2008.
The Chevrolet Corvette has been an iconic American sports car, since its introduction in the 1950s. The 1971 Stingray was very similar to the 1970 model; the 1971 had amber parking light covers instead of clear. The main difference in the '71 model lay under the hood, as engines were to meet new federal guidelines.
This monster is equipped with a beefy 365hp 454 cu in V-8 engine. It has been bored 0.060 over and included forged pistons and crankshafts, even a set of roller rockers. Also APR head bolts hold it all together. The engine is matched with a numbers matching 4-speed Muncie Close Ratio transmission feeding a 3.08:1 limited slip rear end. The current owner swapped out the original 4.11 rear end for the current one. The original will go with the car.It has had a complete internal rebuild.