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1966 Chevrolet Corvette Serial Number 115108


Lead photograph of 1966 Chevrolet Corvette Serial Number 115108


Make   Chevrolet Model   Corvette
Year   1966 Serial #   115108
Engine #   6115108 T0204IP VIN   194676S115108
Engine Type   427/425 HP Chassis Type   Ladder
Build Sequence #   15,108th built Number Built   17,762 Roadster
Body Type   Roadster Body Builder   Chevrolet St. Louis
First Owner    Current Owner   Current Owner
Build Sheet   No Current Location   California


1966 Corvette 427/425 hp Roadster s/n 194676S115108. Has the L72 425 hp 427 cu. in. solid lifter, 4-barrel V8, an M21 4-speed Close Ratio trans, and 4:11 rear gears. Initially introduced at 450 horsepower then revised to 425hp shortly after its introduction, the 1966 425 horsepower 427 was identical to Chevy’s 450 horsepower engine, except for the advertising. A fire-breathing behemoth developed by Zora Arkus-Duntov, 1966 was the first year Corvette had the brakes and handling to match its new Big Horsepower, Big Block 427. Restored as an all-matching-numbers “Top Flight” winning Corvette. Laguna Blue with black. Big Block casting # 3869942 is stamped 6115108 T0204IP as matching VIN. The M-21 Muncie #3885010 is also stamped VIN 6S115108. 4:11 posi FB 2 22 66 differential is original and with the car. Has a 3:36 posi differential for highway cruising. Correct Holly 800 C.F.M. list #3247 GM # 3886101 and 6A31 alternator. AM/FM radio; white top; Teakwood steering wheel; Transistor Ignition and Tinted Glass. Body off restoration in 1995-96. Judged NCRS TOP FLIGHT May 10, 1996. A gorgeous older restoration with an excellent body and paint that need nothing, fully serviced, staggering performance and style. 57,836 miles.


S/n 115108. 1966 Corvette Convertible, VIN #194676S115108, the 15,108th built. In 1966, Chevrolet made 9,958 fastback coupes and 17,762 convertibles for a total of 27,720 cars.

1966, January, the carburetor is the correct Holly #3247 GM # 3886101. The date code of 6A3= January 1966, 3rd week, so the original carburetor for the car.

1966, 04 Feb., the block casting # 3869942 is the original 427/425hp engine that the factory stamped 6115108 T0204IP, which shows the cars VIN number and the Tonawanda, NY Feb 04, 1966 assembly plant and date. The “IP” = Corvette 425hp engine. In 66, only 5,258 Corvettes had this very fast and powerful engine.

1966, 22 Feb., the original 4:11 posi-traction FB 2 22 66, (FB= 4;11, 2 22 66 = Feb 22, 1966) differential is with the car. The car currently has a 3:36 (AM 12 23 65) posi-traction differential highway gear from a small block 1965 Corvette.

1966, 25 Feb., the TRIM TAG shows F25 build date, (Friday Feb. 25, 1966). The St. Louis body number of S4722 means it was the 4,722 nd convertible body made in St. Louis. The paint color of 978AA is Laguna Blue lacquer. There were a total of 2,054 Laguna Blue Corvettes made in 1966, both coupe and convertible. The STD trim color is black vinyl.

The M-21 original close ratio Muncie 4 speed transmission #3885010 has the VIN 6S115108 also stamped on the case, which confirms it is the original that came in the car when new. Other options are the factory AM/FM radio, White convertible top, full tinted glass, TEAKWOOD STEERING WHEEL and Transistor Ignition.

1995-1996, restored in 1995-96 and recent owners have kept it in excellent condition. The car has had some front end body repair years ago that can only be seen if one looks close inside the fender bonding seams. The minor repairs are not detected from outside the car.

The chassis was restored “body off” in the 1995–96 time frame and is rust free.

1996, 10 May, judged NCRS TOP FLIGHT at the Mid Atlantic Chapter in Williamsburg, VA.

2005, sold through a broker to Mershon Corvette. Springfield, OH.

2005, 09 Nov., sold to a collector in Minneapolis, MN, no miles added.

2012, August, part of a package of cars taken on trade. Researched and documented by Corvette expert Jim Gessner.

2012, September, for sale by Mike Sheehan’s

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