1972 Chevrolet CORVETTE 350CI V8 M4 SPEED MANUAL miles 37,735 1972
LT1 Corvette Stingray Convertible in fantastic condition with both
the soft-top and auxiliary hardtop and only 37,740 original miles.
This Corvette looks stunning, runs great, and is an excellent
driver. The car is totally solid with excellent lines and no rust
issues. It is finished in the rare and beautiful color combination
of Steel Cities Grey (988) over Black Leather (404). This stunning
color combination is one of the most highly desirable, truly
striking, and looks great on this Corvette shark body style. This
is also the correct and original color scheme as verified by the
codes on the trim tag. We have this LT1 Stingray convertible
absolutely priced to sell. It is one the least expensive if not the
cheapest LT1 convertibles on the market at the moment. Beside the
LT1 engine this Corvette is loaded with highly prized options such
as the M21 close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission, factory
"custom" interior trim with leather seats and woodgrain accents,
power brake, power steering, tilt/telescopic steering column, and
the auxiliary hardtop. This car is verified as an authentic and
original LT1. The car is confirmed as LT1 by the fifth digit of the
VIN. In 1972 only the LT1 Corvettes with have an "L" in this spot
like this car does, a base motor Corvettes will always have an "K"
in the fifth digit of the VIN. The transmission is original and
numbers matching. The last six digits of the VIN, 513731, are
stamped on the main case of the transmission and the transmission
is original. While the engine pad is blank, the engine block has a
3970010 casting number, which is the correct casting number correct
for a 1972 LT1 Corvette. Additionally, the engine has an L 8 1
casting date, which is December 8, 1971. That is only two months
prior to the car's build date, which would put that right in the
correct range for an engine casting date. It appears as if there
are some machining marks on the engine
1972 Chevrolet Corvette
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