Danbury Mint / 1969 Corvette
Convertible / Limited Edition 5,000 / DM Discontinued / 1:24th
This was a bold move for Chevrolet. The styling on the Stingray from 1963
through 1967 was extremely popular if not fresh after five years. Bill Mitchell
had earlier envisioned the upcoming replacement, incorporating the styling of
the Mako Shark II with Zora Duntov's engineering accomplishments. The lean car with long flowing fenders, highly arched over the wheels,
made for a street car deserving of desire.
from the "James Dean" Danbury
Mint Muscle Car Collection
This Pittsburgh, Pa.
collection was purchased directly from Danbury Mint and placed in
climate-controlled, spare room storage. Never removed from the original box,
never displayed, dust-free.
The paint finish is like-new
without any humidity-based paint rash.
All models include paperwork
carefully filed in manila envelopes.
Mint condition original
boxes, most without any writing or shelf wear.
Most models have door, hood &
trunk protectors, interior foam blocks and protective tissue inside the
All photo-etched emblems are
intact with protective acrylics.
We proudly present this
exceptional muscle car collection to you, Satisfaction Guaranteed! We're
confident that once you purchase one, you'll want to come back for more!
Part #: DM1308M
in the Box w/ Papers
Status: In Stock