1972 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
It isn't very often that collectors get a chance to buy a numbers
matching, original drivetrain, restored Corvette. But that is what
we have here at Adventure Classics.
It is a very nice 1972 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe in green,
L48 350 cubic inch engine, and a black vinyl interior.
Engine & Drivetrain
Our 1972 Corvette Stingray has the standard 350 cubic inch engine
that has 200 horsepower with its four-barrel carburetor and a
four-speed transmission that looks and sounds as it did from the
It is nicely detailed with correct Chevy Orange paint on the block,
the original open-air cleaner with chrome lid, great looking plug
wires and hoses, finned aluminum factory valve covers, aluminum
intake, performance coil, correct ignition shielding, Power
Steering, Power Brakes, Four Wheel Disc Brakes, and sitting in a
period correct, painted, and detailed engine compartment.
It is by far one of the most tractable Corvettes ever made and it
idles smoothly as the dual exhausts emit a nice note and the
gearing assures restful freeway cruising.
It rides on Rally wheels and wears BF Goodrich Radial GT white
letter tires and the fully-independent sports suspension rides and
It has a twin front bucket seat interior in black that is in
excellent condition with matching black door panels with wood grain
inserts, black Stingray floor mats, the chrome 4-speed shifter in
the factory console as well as the gauge package and stereo radio,
black factory steering wheel, dual pod speedometer/tachometer with
a full gauge package, seatbelts, and the T-tops that never go out
Our 1972 Corvette comes painted in a nice shade of green and looks
great from all angles with its long, low hood, great chrome and
trim, shark-like front bumper, twin rear bumper, chrome rocker
panels, window trim, and fender grilles.
While there were virtually no appearance changes to the 1972
Corvette from 1971, the model year did mark the "end of an era" for
the third-generation Corvette. It would be the last model year to
feature both front and rear chrome bumpers, a bright egg-crate
grill, side-fender grills (later models do have functional vents
and some have vent trim), and a removable rear-window (this last
had been a standard feature from 1968-1972.)
Our 1972 Corvette had as standard equipment a positraction rear
axle; a left-hand outside rearview mirror; all tinted glass, a
flow-thru ventilation system, front and rear disc brakes, and
The entire car, body, engine, interior, chrome trim, and dual
chrome exhaust tips looks as new!
This is a great color combo we have on this very nice 1972
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray we have here at Adventure Classics.
It is a very desirable Stingray that will only increase in value
year after year.
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(727) 580-9919 or (727) 688-1148