This very original Corvette coupe has had only three owners (including its current custodian) in its life, and is in excellent fettle. It is unrestored and more original than most Vettes of this period, and has had proper mechanical upkeep and only one exterior paintjob (done in the mid-90s by all accounts). Powered by the new for ’66, 427ci L72 big block, fed by a four barrel carb, its 425 horses and 460lb-ft of torque are ably handled by the precise 4-speed manual gearbox and independent suspension. The stereo exhaust soundtrack is suitable epic, bellowing out through twin sidepipes. Power disc brakes slow this gorgeous coupe with surprising stoutness, and the factory centerlock magnesium wheels add to its visual allure, enhancing the spell cast by the powerbulged, louvered-hood and sides. Inside there’s a teakwood steering wheel, power windows and a power antenna. Overall, everything is in very good condition, with correct patina for the age. This appears to be a numbers-matching car as well but does not have original documentation. Based on production numbers for 1966, it is a fairly rare build, and it makes a fine driver. Its chrome and other trim are in very nice condition as well, suggesting that a fresh paintjob is all that stands between it and the ability to compete well at local events. All while providing immense joy and satisfaction, too. Bespoke Auto’s focus is on “tailoring” just the right vehicle to our client’s needs, something we have done for going on 30 years, for over 1,400 people. This is reflected in our 5-Star Google reviews. For more information, please call or email at Isaac Bouchard at Bespoke Autos.