You may not think anyone would want this shell of a Corvette, but remember, this 1970 model is nearly 50 years old.
That means it will get more and more difficult with each passing year to find original parts for restoring classic Corvettes.
That’s why even though this Corvette was in a “major accident” years ago and is definitely totaled, it is far from dead and still could provide much value and live on in someone else’s project car, especially for the asking price of just $350.
The bucket seats alone could be just the ticket for someone restoring a 1970-72 Corvette, and even though there’s only one headlight assembly, it could also be worth the price of admission for a restorer.
Throw in the chrome bumpers, front and rear, and the rear tail light lenses, along with a multitude of trim and small interior parts that could prove useful, and you’re talking about the potential of $900 worth of useful parts, according to barnfinds.com.
Bring your trailer, and the seller will even help load it up for you.
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