This 1973 Corvette has already undergone a nicely done, cosmetic restoration. Re-sprayed in Metallic Orange with a new cloth top. The hardtop will also be included with the purchase. All of the chrome and stainless is in really nice condition as well. The underside of the car is nice and solid and looks to have been cleaned up and recoated at some point. The interior is immaculate. The seats have been covered with Corvette seat covers since they were redone. The interior appears to be all new and was done very nicely. Some very welcomed options include air conditioning, power steering, power disc brakes and power windows. The Vette is powered by a 350 V8 and has a 4 speed manual. It runs and drives as it should and without issues. Although there are no records of a rebuild or when this engine was installed, it seems to be nice and fresh. You could not have the restoration done for the price of this car. This one is complete and ready for a new home. Come by or call today! 4 Wheel Power Disc Brakes,Air Conditioning,AM Radio,Bucket Seats,Factory Tach,Heater/Defroster,Instrumentation,Power Steering,Power Windows,Tachometer
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