AutoArt / Millennium Edition / 1970 Chevrolet Corvette / Limited Edition 6,000 / 1:18th Scale
Laguna Gray Metallic
The third generation Chevrolet Corvette debuted in 1968 with styling penned by Larry Shinoda under GM design chief Bill Mitchell and heavily influenced by the Mako Shark II concept shown at the 1965 Paris auto show. In 1970, Chevrolet refined the design further with a new "ice-cube tray" grille and matching fender vents, square tailpipes, new front signal lights and fender flares, and more comfortable bucket seats. In 1970, Chevrolet also offered its largest and most powerful engines to date in a Corvette. The 350 cubic-inch "LT1" V-8 made 370 hp, while the 454-cubic inch "LS5 big-block" V-8 churned out 390 hp. Assembled in St. Louis, Missouri, coupes started at $5,192 and 10,668 were sold, while dealers moved a total of 6,648 convertibles with a base price of $4,849.
This model features opening hood, trunk, & doors with operating steering. It features a precision detailed interior and engine compartment. The model comes brand new in a styrofoam shell box inside a color illustrated box. Includes a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
Part #: 71173
Status: Out of Stock