1970 Chevy Corvette Stingray T-top
Hire this Chevrolet Corvette Stingray T-top for your event
Rent this classic American car in Monterey, CA.
- Renters must be 25 years or older, and have a valid U.S. drivers license and auto insurance. Additional drivers age 21 and older may be added to rental contract.
- Driving limit of 100 miles per day and $2 per mile thereafter.
- We provide hassle free delivery and pickup of your rental car to your hotel, vacation rental or location of your choice.
A $30 delivery fee will apply each way for deliveries within 10 miles of our location, and within our regular business hours (9:00AM to 6:00PM).
After hour deliveries are $50.
Deliveries outside of our delivery area will be charged the $30 plus $5 each additional mile. Additional charges may apply.
Rentals that must be delivered 30 miles or beyond must be rented for the full day (8 hours).
- We do offer roadside assistance within a 30 mile radius of our location. We will either swap out a different car, or arrange a ride for you. Refunds will be made when applicable.
- Chauffeur service is available for $50/ hour with a 4-hour minimum. Gratuity not included. Please allow us at least a week's notice so that we can make sure we have a driver available.
Our 1970 Corvette might look to you like it could conquer the open road like a fish in the sea. And you'd be right – that was the point. Based off the concept car the Mako Shark II, the third-generation Stingray is as graceful as it is prevailing. Combining past styles such as the 'split-window' and the roadster, the C3 'Vette had evolved with the popular T-Top, giving drivers the freedom to choose with just a few snaps of the clasps. Inside the cabin you might actually feel like you're sitting in a fishbowl. As a late '69 build, this car comes with the highly desirable option of the iconic side pipe exhaust system. It sounds just as good as it looks and the 300hp big-block V8 has the power to back it up. Feel the Stingray reeling in and out of traffic, reminding you that you're the predator, not the prey.