The 1969 Corvette Roadster

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The 1969 Corvette Roadster Empty The 1969 Corvette Roadster

Post  johnrosatti on Fri Jun 29, 2012 2:13 pm

This classic car is a big favorite amongst car enthusiasts all over the world because of its traditional body style and amazing power. Chevrolet manufactured over 2,000 of these L71 corvettes in 1969 and it is one of the most sought after classic cars these days by those who wish to own one of their very own and restore it back to its natural beauty and full speed performance like John Rosatti did.

The Corvette has long been one of the most popular American muscle cars that there is. The body of the 1969 Roadster has a very unique style that is unlike any other car that was on the market at that time, and actually unlike any that we have seen since. Many people, like John Rosatti, spend a lot of time, money and effort on fully restoring their Roadsters back to their original state. It is a great investment for many people because this car can not only serve as an amazing show car but with the proper amount of maintenance and care you can use this car as your main mode of transportation as well if you wish.

It takes a lot of time and money to fully restore a Corvette Roadster even if the car appears to be in good physical and running shape to begin with. As you begin to disassemble the body work, you will then be able to see what exactly the car has been through over the years if it had ever experienced any crucial damage. All of the framework will need to be repaired and if needed a 423 horsepower Power Plant engine will need to be installed for optimal power.

The roadster is a third generation Chevrolet Corvette that was more than likely patterned after the Mako Shark II concept cars. This line of coupes featured the very first use of the T-Top removable roof panels which make the roadster even more desirable to collectors. The production of the Roadster was an exciting time for those who loved the former Corvette models because enthusiasts were in love with the classic C3 body style of the 1968 Corvette model and were anxiously waiting for what Chevrolet had in store for them the upcoming year. The stunning Corvette Roadster owned by John Rosatti was just as much as a head turner back at that time as it is today. The L71 427 model features a Cam Am White convertible soft top really set off the classic bright blue interior that was on the inside which made this corvette model one of the best that car collectors had seen yet.

The 69’ Roadster can fully equipped with F41 performance suspension, and AM/FM push button radio, white stripe tires and factory head rests for total comfort while out on the road. You can find a fully restored 1969 Corvette Roadster with all of these excellent features these days priced at around $69,900 or higher. Or you can try buying a frame and fully restoring your very own roadster so that you can enjoy rebuilding your investment.


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