Yay! It started on the first try, no problems at all… I didn't even have to jump it (not that the battery was hooked up for the last four or five months). That said, there's a lot of work I do have to do on it to get it to where I want it (new tires, some ground effects, a new hood, suspension upgrades, new interior, and so on).

I've said this quite a few times, but Corvettes like this (well, minus the blower of course) are regularly available for as low as about $2,000 US. They're one of the cheapest classic American sportscars out there… Plus if you're talking an early Vette like mine, they're incredibly simple mechanically and there's no reason why you can't do the vast majority of the work yourself in your back yard with a minimum of tools.

Wow Shannon, that's really annoying! What is it, 1997 on Geocities? Retroweb is NOT cool!

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