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1972 Green Corvette LT1 For Sale
PRICE: $ 30999
MILEAGE: 43,000 MILES ON DASH
350 engine, 4 speed manual transmission, 43,000 miles on dash(title is exempt for mileage), dark saddle leather interior, factory side exhaust, power steering, removable rear window, AM/FM/MP3 radio, Hurst shifter, Edlebrock aluminum intake, Holley carburetor, rally wheels, and much more.
We changed the oil and filter and checked and lubed the chassis. We also replaced the 4 brake calipers, 4 brake hoses, 4 sets of brake pads, master cylinder, idler arm, sway bar links, leaf spring bushings, spark plugs, alternator, fan clutch, radiator hoses, and rebuilt the Holley carburetor.
The previous owner installed the current engine.
This corvette runs really strong and makes lots of power.
1972 saw a end of the LT-1 engine option with only 1,741 being built. It was also the last year the corvette had front and rear chrome bumpers. It was also the last year for the removable rear window, metal side vents, and the vacuum controlled wiper door.
Car will be sold at Scottsdale 2020 auction to benefit Detroit Children’s Fund
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