Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to present this 1975
Chevrolet Corvette! Repainted three years ago this Corvettes
present beautifully! The current owner believes he is the 3rd
owner, and also believes the mileage is original. He purchased the
vehicle from a long time friend a few years ago. Under the hood is
a 350 V8 and 3 speed automatic transmission - both believed to be
original to the car. The black interior is not new, but has
survived very well for the age. The speedometer winds to 160mph,
and the odometer to 7,000 RPM with a redline just shy of 5,500 RPM.
This era of emissions control was not king, bringing compression
down to 8.5:1, but the cars prove fun, sporty, and stylish
regardless! Maintenance has been priority for the owners with a
pretty good laundry list of items including new: stainless steel
brake lines, calipers, rotors, brake pads, brake hoses, valve
covers, head gasket, transmission service, differential service,
and new spark plugs. The paint is only 3 years old and looks good.
The exhaust was also replaced 3 years ago. Overall this car
presents very well! This 1975 Chevrolet Corvette is offered by the
St. Louis sales staff and can be seen in full detail on our
website. Our listing all include 100+ HD photos and a detailed
video! GatewayClassicCars.com Video: https://youtu.be/kRpQpl4nzjU
1975 Chevrolet Corvette
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