Fuel-injected V8 power, a loaded A/C interior, and a bold
single-year color make for the right kind of distinction on a
value-priced 1975 Chevrolet Corvette.
It's hard not to be attractive to a coupe like this. The Bright
Green paint is a vibrant color that instantly makes this coupe
stand out. Plus this factory-correct hue was only offered for one
year. Since the color is special, it was even given a respray later
in life to remain bright and have a nice metallic glow. In fact,
this whole car feels like it has been treated with the correct
respect, including well-fitting bumpers, pliable weather-stripping,
clean glass, well-fitting doors, and headlights that rest flush.
And while the bright green dominates the style, there's also room
for a quality shine on the brightwork of the rockers and Rally
Green paint and tan leather interior always look great together.
And this one has a particularly crisp/clean style that will let you
proudly take the T-tops out and share the full package with the
world. There are nice factory features, like power windows, and
there are even nice details like the working key buzzer and T-top
storage bags. Plus, there are the right well-integrated upgrades.
You have a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner, a CD changer, and the
factory air conditioning is now blowing cold with modern R134a
refrigerant. And because this is such a quality driver's
environment, you'll appreciate the comfortable setup with high-back
bucket seats, a sports steering wheel, full auxiliary readouts, and
a large speedo and tach directly in front of you.
The engine bay has a stock style that looks good on this classic
Corvette. But if you dig a little deeper, you'll see the 350
cubic-inch V8 has been upgraded to FiTech fuel injection. This
gives you the added consistency that's ideal for a great cruising
car. So you'll also be glad to have easy driving features like the
three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and four-wheel
power disc brakes. And of course, the Corvette's fully independent
sports suspension makes it one of the best handling American cars
of the 1970s.
The sale comes complete with the original warranty card, owner's
manual, and maintenance records. Bright Green was a rare car in
1975 with only 1,664 examples - and that's all they made! So you
have a loaded cruising classic with true distinction. Call