L88 Corvette IMSA

This 1969 L88 Corvette was originally purchased by a Texas A&M professor for his son on September 12, 1969. This L88 Corvette was used by the son until June of 1971. Garrett Waddell was the second owner of this Monza Red L88 Corvette and he soon began to race it in the newly formed IMSA series. Very little modifications were done to this low mileage L88 Corvette to satisfy the IMSA tech inspectors, in fact, it was very close to factory condition when raced. Garrett finished first in his GTO class at the first IMSA Camel GT Challenge that was held at Texas World Speedway on December 4, 1971. Garrett would continue to race this low mileage factory L88 Corvette for many more seasons. This L88 Corvette was finally retired with 16,000 miles on the clock. This L88 still contains its original invoice that contains the serial number, price, and options, along with numerous photographs.


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