1974 Corvette Stingray. 350 motor, 4 speed transmission, 3.25 posi rear end, low origional miles. T-Tops, A/C, power windows, tilt wheel. New suspension front and rear including gears, u-joints, shocks, etc. New radiator and hoses, water pump, starter, and brakes. Recent tune up, runs great. Over $5000 in recent work. Clear California title. Smog exempt. What it needs: Front bumper. Tach cable, have replacement but not installed yet. A/C fan stuck on medium speed, may be dirty. Just recently hide away headlights only open intermittently, may be a vacuum leak. Overall a great car, small issues can be fixed for under $1k. Need to sell so will consider all offers.
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