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1969 Convertible Corvette Race Car - $15000 (sonoma)

1969 Chevrolet Corvette

fuel: gas
title status: clean
transmission: manual

View photos of this fabulous car at:
https://corvetteregistry.smugmug.com/search/?q=rich+sloma&c=photos&scope=node&scopeValue=72jj6

Monster of a C3 Corvette with a rich and well known racing history
Custom Wide-body 1969 Convertible
A rare piece of vintage racing history
Driver Rich Sloma competed in this car from 1969 - 1976.


Rich Sloma was an engineer at Lockheed Missles and Space company. He began as an independent racer who modified and raced various Corvettes in SCCA starting in the late 1960’s. Rich Sloma went on to compete and win many races off of the Corvette platform. This is the perfect car to get into vintage car racing at a reasonable price. Comes with tens of thousands of $$$ in parts. This vintage Corvette
race car is truly one of a kind with a rich racing pedigree.

Car competed in IMSA – Following races:
Laguna Seca
Ontario Motor Speedway
Portland International Speedway
Pacific Raceways
Firebird International Raceway
+ more

Features include:
Full all original frame
Set of Youngblood racing wheels
Full wide body racing body kit. Includes front clip, front and rear fenders , rear bumper
Headlights and tail lights
Custom roll cage
21” tire width rear and 16” up front
Dry sump oil pump, tank, and oil pan.
Brake hubs and rotors
Racing seat


If you have thought about getting into vintage racing, this is the perfect opportunity. Considering the tens of thousands in parts and its lengthy racing history, this Corvette is priced aggressively. It is ready to be built and once again compete at the track.

$15,000

If you have any questions, contact Randy Peterson @ show contact info .

View photos of this fabulous car at:
https://corvetteregistry.smugmug.com/search/?q=rich+sloma&c=photos&scope=node&scopeValue=72jj6
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