Roman Red w/White coves and Red interior, 283/270hp, 4-spd. manual transmission.
Of the numerous design changes and updates that occurred during the 9-year production run of the 1st generation Corvette, it’s widely agreed that the ’58-’60 is the most popular. By ’58, Corvette had become longer and wider, which gave it a more elegant look. Not to mention making it a lot easier to get in and out of in the process! The gleaming “toothy” front grille was retained and its smiles made a bit wider. And that rounded back end continues to be one of the more striking elements to an overall sleek shape. Although, only produced for 3 years, it’s still considered one of the most beautiful Corvette designs ever put to paper!
Here’s a Roman Red example that will surely turn heads wherever it goes! It’s undergone an extensive and correct frame-off restoration and features a matching #’s “dual quad” 283ci engine putting out 270hp. It’s backed up by a 4-spd. manual transmission and posi-traction rear end.
We’ve got owner history back to the ’70’s, owner’s manual and before and after photos of the car. It also happens to be a terrific driver!