“If you want the fastest Corvette … there is no confusion. Order the LS6 — the 425-hp 454. The LS6 is available in other Chevrolets, certainly in the Chevelle … it's a premium quality engine from the very core — double-shot-peened connecting rods, tuftrided crank, forged pistons — and you pay for it: $1220.70 as an option.” —Car and Driver (June 1971)
Enter to Win a NCRS Top Flight 1971 Corvette LS6 – 1 of 188 Produced
Enter to win the all-new Classic Corvette Dream Giveaway and you’ll be in the running for one of the rarest Corvettes ever made — a fully restored 1971 Corvette Stingray LS6. If you’re the winner, we’ll hand you the keys and the title to this holy-grail muscle car and we’ll pay $42,000 for the taxes.
Keep reading to learn more about this fully restored and NCRS-certified “Top Flight” 1971 Corvette Stingray LS6.
This Performance Legend Corvette Wants to Go Home with You
Fifty years ago, Corvette Chief Engineer Zora Arkus Duntov battled Chevrolet to bring two brutal big-block behemoths to the Corvette line-up. Faced with significant pushback from America’s insurance industry, the muscle-car era was quickly coming to a screeching halt. But Duntov was able to sneak one last super-performance engine through to production — the 425hp LS6 big-block. Priced at over $1220 when the second highest 454ci engine was only $150, the LS6 V-8 was more than pricey, it was mighty. Car and Driver magazine said, “It's Duntov's favorite engine and he's tortured because few customers can afford it.”
Only 188 LS6 Corvettes were produced. Today, they are the holy grails of collectible Corvettes.
If you want to put this legendary factory LS6 1971 Corvette Stingray in your garage, then enter now.
Make your Dream of Owning a Documented NCRS “Top Flight” LS6 Corvette Stingray come True
The LS6-powered 1971 Corvette Stingray was awarded the National Corvette Restorers Society “Top Flight” Award, an accolade to recognize cars that have been preserved or restored to the highest level of achievement through the NCRS Flight Judging Process.
This extremely rare 1971 Corvette is one of 188 produced with the top-performing LS6 454/425hp big-block V-8 engine. Al Grenning's Classic Car Affirmation Services affirmed the LS6 engine as original to this Corvette, which is further documented with NCRS “Top Flight” certified judging sheets, build sheet, ownership history, restoration photos and receipts.
You know you want to put this legendary, high-performance American sports car in your garage, so enter now.
LS6 Big-Block, 4-Speed and Positraction? Yes Way!
This War Bonnet Yellow LS6 Sting Ray features a M-21 close-ratio four-speed manual transmission, Positraction, power steering and brakes, shoulder harnesses, power windows, tilt-telescopic steering and an AM/FM radio.
This classic 1971 LS6 Corvette Stingray’s full list of fantastic factory options includes:
• 454 LS6 engine (a $1220.70 extra cost)
• Power windows (a $79.00 extra cost)
• Positraction (a $115.90 extra cost)
• 3.55 rear gear (a $13 extra cost)
• Vacuum power brakes (a $47 extra cost)
• M21 four-speed transmission (no extra cost)
• Tilt and telescopic steering wheel (a $84.30 extra cost)
• F70-15 tires (a $28 extra cost)
• AM/FM radio (a $31.60 extra cost)
Your opportunity to enter and win this fully restored 1971 Corvette Stingray LS6 Big-Block is now, but don’t wait to enter. Corvettes this powerful only come around every 50 years or so and we wouldn’t want you to miss your chance to buckle up in this time machine and drive it home. Plus, we’ll pay $42,000 for the taxes.
Veterans and kids are counting on you. Enter now.