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Frame-up restoration. Rare find, last year for hidden wipers. Check
it out, power steering was an option on a 1972 Vette! 1972 was the
last year for chrome bumpers at both front and rear, the vacuum
actuated pop-up windshield wiper door, as well as the removable
rear window common to all 1968-72 coupes. The key activated
anti-theft alarm system became standard. The increasingly popular
choice of an automatic transmission was installed in most corvettes
for the first time, with nearly 54 percent so equipped. This was
the final year for the LT-1 engine, rated at 255 hp (190 kW). The
LT-1 could now be ordered with air conditioning, a combination not
permitted the two previous years.
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