350 crate engine, 21,450 miles on dash, automatic, black leather interior, American Racing wheels, power steering, power brakes, AM/FM/CD player, power windows, X-A/C, rear window defogger, Hooker header side pipes, 80's style fiberglass rear bumper, fiberglass front bumper, Edelbrock aluminum intake, and much more.
I drove this corvette 3 hours home. It runs and drives strong out on the highway.
We changed the oil and filter, transmission filter and fluid, and checked and lubed the chassis. We also replaced upper and lower control arm bushings, upper and lower ball joints, front shocks, sway bar links, and much more.
1974 was the first year for rubber bumpers on both front and rear.
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