1972 Corvette $25K
This vehicle is neither race car nor hot rod . This is a very nice original 56K mile driver with numbers matching small block , trans and diff . This car had a complete professional paint job several years ago and we have a CD with pictures of disassembly-paint-reassembly . Included is a binder with all sorts of original paperwork like the owner's manual and warranty booklet . The original spare tire and wheel is still in the wheel well . All the gauges work as does the AM-FM stereo , clock and electric windows. The factory AC has been refitted to use the newer style freon . All belts , hoses , seals , bearings , bushings , u-joints , shocks and four core radiator has been replaced . This car drives like new with factory power steering and the replacement of the upper and lower control arm bushings , rear swing arm bushings and a professional all wheel alignment performed . There was the leather seat option on this car so we had a trim shop hand sew the leather seats while they installed foil backed insulation below the new color matched carpet topped off with new floor mats . The car currently has wheel spinners on it ( I like them ) but we will include the original wheel center caps . 1972 is the last year Corvette with chrome bumpers front and rear .
This car can be inspected at the Carrollton , Texas Police Department by daytime appointment only .
Please do not waste your time or mine . This is a special car for a special person with the price firm at $25K
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