Pure American muscle. This 1969 Chevrolet Corvette was given the Greenwood racing treatment in the 1970s, and was driven by Rick Manusco and Burt Greenwood in 1975. The following year, Art Siri acquired it, and raced in the 1979 SCAA. Here it remained until 1988, undergoing two body transformations along the way.
In the mid-2000s, things came full circle for this Corvette, as it was returned to its Greenwood body aesthetic. It’s most recent refurb came 5 just five years ago.
The Paolo Engine Service built 454ci V8 creates the fierce power, which is coupled with a modified Tex Racing four-speed manual transmission.
Courtesy Avant-Garde Collection
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