This 1972 Chevrolet Corvette hits all the high notes: a
matching-numbers V8, four-speed manual transmission, and sleek
timeless color. It all makes for the kind of car that loves to
drive and looks awesome out on the road.
White is a terrific color on a classic that was made to be driven.
After all, it's a color that never goes out of fashion, and so your
vintage car will always have a modern appeal. That's especially
true for this one where it was changed to this later in life with a
high-quality application. Today that means a smooth look and plenty
of gloss. It gives this a sophisticated style that suits this car
well. Good body panels, bright chrome, and even details like the
luggage rack make for a true classic of quality.
A black interior is the perfect high-contrast complement to a white
exterior. This keeps a very tock style, even the correct wood-like
trim is on the door panels and the Delco AM/FM radio is there for
display. But this also has been given good investment in places
like the carpeting and dash pad to make sure the right pieces have
been replaced. And of course, this Corvette keeps the best driver's
machine pieces. That's why you have the three-spoke sports steering
wheel, a tilt/telescopic steering column, a full auxiliary gauge
panel, and a large speedo and tach. We all love taking out the
T-tops, and this is from the final year of the removable rear
window. So you really get a wind-in-your-hair driving experience
with this one.
The engine bay has an honest and correct appearance for the
numbers-matching 350 cubic inch V8. While the overall appearance
seems to have taken its time to remain stock, the way it fires up
and runs really with gusto reaffirms how it has been properly
maintained. The control you get from the numbers-matching Muncie
M20 four-speed manual is another reminder of how this Stingray has
been a driver's car from day one. Plus, the fully independent
suspension, power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and wide
BF Goodrich T/As mean this classic continues to be the one you want
to take on the back roads.
Complete with build receipts, this is a sleek four-speed T-top
classic that has a numbers-matching pedigree. So you know you don't
want to miss this Stingray. Call today!!!
1972 Chevrolet Corvette
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