Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is excited to offer this one-owner 1974 Corvette coupe for sale in our showroom. Showing only 81K original miles, this bright white American icon has all of the options that collectors are looking for. You'll notice that this Corvette has a 4-spd manual transmission that feels very comfortable in your hand after you slide into the all original tan interior. The T-tops even have their original storage bags. The owner states he still has the factory ralley wheels should the new buyer want those. The custom wheels and performance radial tires are more suited to the spirit of this iconic sports coupe than the originals were. A new exhaust system gives this 'vette the growl that enthusiasts demand when they throttle the L48 350 through the gears. Don't miss the opportunity to add this 1974 Chevrolet Corvette for sale in Arizona to your garage today.
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