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  • #16
    Originally posted by ZORA 69 View Post
    White interior in Corvettes is very rare. I had a 1976 Mahogany Corvette Coupe with white interior I had just traded my 74 white convertible with merlot interior. The next day I tried to get my 74 back and it was sold the first hour on The Chevy dealers lot. The mahogany paint was gorgeous as it had to be wet sanded and buffed before delivery but that interior as beautiful as it was the car had a recd dash, just did not go with the exterior paint. Really missed my 74 , had the removeable hardtop. I really do like Dr. Ts that is so rare and beautiful
    Thank you for those kind words. I had a 1974 Corvette L82 4 speed. Loved that car. Click image for larger version

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    • #17
      Originally posted by C8Driving View Post
      Dr Low T. Thanks for re-posting. Whatever color it is, how we all would love a 427/435!
      Thank you, I'll be driving a ZR1 Corvette when they finally come out. Can't wait. I love the C8 mid-engine design. It's the only car I'd give up my Nissan GTR for!

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      • #18
        Originally posted by John View Post
        That is one beautiful Car. How fortunate you are!
        thank you and yes I am very fortunate.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by jsmatt View Post
          Stunning in a convertible!, I have a 66 L72 coupe with the White/ White blue interior too. Very rare color combination, I have only seen a handful of these in the midyear corvettes.
          My brother had a red 66 425 hp 4 spd like yours and we we raced (as of course brothers would). His 66 425 against my 67 435. Absolutely dead even!!! LOL we couldn't pull away from each other. What a rush. Two side exhaust big blocks racing feet apart from each other grabbing rubber on the shifts. I'll never forget it.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by John View Post
            Congratulations to Dr Low T for his Picture Of The Day Award. What a beauty and fantastic C2.



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            Thank you very much . I haven't been on the site in awhile. I'll be on much more when solid info on the ZR1 starts filtering in. Click image for larger version

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Dr Low T View Post

              Thank you for those kind words. I had a 1974 Corvette L82 4 speed. Loved that car. Click image for larger version

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              Great pictures, Thanks. Are you my long lost twin?? lol

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              • #22
                Originally posted by ZORA 69 View Post

                Great pictures, Thanks. Are you my long lost twin?? lol
                Car wise or do you look like me back then?

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Dr Low T View Post

                  Car wise or do you look like me back then?
                  Both We look alike and had similar cars

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                  • #24
                    you must be an extremely handsome guy! LOL good taste in cars too.

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