This 1954 Chevrolet Corvette is finished in Polo White with a tan soft top over a red interior and powered by a 235ci Blue Flame inline-six paired with a two-speed Powerglide automatic transmission. Features include a Scottop removable hardtop, wire mesh headlamp guards, PerTronix electronic ignition, 15″ steel wheels with chrome spinner covers, a retro-style stereo, removable side windows, triple carburetors, and dual exhaust outlets.
The car is said to have been stripped down to the gel coat and refinished in the factory Polo White during current ownership. Features include a tan convertible soft top, a Scottop removable hardtop, wire mesh headlight guards, a curved windshield, removable side windows, and a chrome grille, bumpers, and trim as well as dual exhaust tips exiting through the rear bodywork between the three-piece rear bumper. The seller notes chips along the lower door edge and that the hardtop is missing rear hold-downs.
The 15″ steel wheels are painted red and wear chrome spinner covers and Firestone 6.70-15 whitewall tires. The car rides on independent front suspension with coil springs along with a live axle with leaf springs out back, and braking is provided by four-wheel drums. The seller notes that the shock absorbers, tires, brake components, and brake lines were replaced during the refurbishment.
The interior features bucket seats reupholstered in red vinyl with matching carpets and door panels, white accents on the dash and doors, and chrome trim. Equipment includes a push-button AM radio, an analog clock, and lap belts. The windshield wipers do not work and the under-dash wiring needs attention. The seller notes that the upholstery, carpeting, trunk mat, liner, wiring harness, and weatherstripping were replaced during the refurbishment and that Al Knoch Interiors material was used.