Gateway Classic Cars Houston showroom is pleased to present this
fine example of an American icon; the 1972 Chevrolet Corvette. The
Corvette was first produced in 1953 and has since become a
world-renowned sports car. The C3 Corvette is the longest-running
generation, spanning 15 model years, from 1968 all the way through
1982. This C3 is one of only 27,004 Corvettes produced in 1972 and
is one of only 6508 convertibles built that year, so you're not
likely to see its twin on the road anytime soon! 1972 was also the
last year that one could get front and rear chrome bumpers. While
this car fires up with ease and is a real pleasure to drive, what
makes this car pop is its Elkhart Green paint job, that is paired
with a bright white top and black synthetic leather interior. Under
the hood of this classic, you will find a 350 CID L48 V8 that is
paired with a 4-speed manual transmission. The 350 is enhanced with
an aluminum intake, high-performance aluminum heads, MSD ignition
(distributor and Blaster coil), and coated headers that flow into
its true dual exhaust. This green beauty rides on a set of radial
tires on its rally-style wheels, helping it to handle better than
it did when it ran on its original bias ply tires. Additional
features on this '72 Corvette include AM/FM radio, Power Steering,
and Seat Belts.
1972 Chevrolet Corvette
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