All original ''Survivor'' 1972 Chevrolet Corvette for sale. Price listed in USD
This is a two owners car, only 64500 original miles, it is also well documented. First owner kept it until 2013. Always garage stored and well maintained. Everything is original and matching numbers except for these parts, which comes with the car: Water pump, radio, alternator. I also have the original covers from April 1972 for the T-Tops.
350ci 300hp 360lbs/tq. Matching numbers engine, original 4-speed manual transmission. 12bolts rear end, 3.36 gears.
All original ''Ontario Orange'' paint, not perfect but very good considering it's age. Frame and birdcage free of any rust. All the chromes are in perfect condition.
All original Tan interior. Dash, door panels, seats, console are in perfect shape without any cracks. Driver seat showing a little bit of decoloration. The original AM/FM radio is functional and comes with the car, now replaced with a USB ''original style'' radio.
Driving / Handling:
4 wheel power disc brakes, power steering. Bushings and bearings are in good condition.
Electrical System: Everything is in good working order, even the buzzers inside still work. Vacuum for the lights and wipers work and do not leak.
Serious inquiries only
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