Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to present this 1972
Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. Third-generation Corvettes like
this '72 model have an outstanding timeless stylishness about them
- they get their curved form from the Mako Shark II concept car
that stunned car expo audiences in the mid-'60s with its futuristic
appearance. The body lines on this classic are in great order -
everything matches up neatly, and the doors and hood show nice,
even gaps. All exterior fittings, including the legendary chrome
bumpers front and rear, the rocker panel trim all present very
well. The sight of a dialed-in, beautifully done Corvette is always
a wonderful way to brighten the mood of any car enthusiast, and
when it packs the power of this 1972 Chevrolet Corvette 350
Convertible, that happiness becomes outright euphoria with just a
tap of the accelerator. Wearing a unique Red with a slight gold
metallic hint stretched over those gorgeous curves, this C3 is in
killer condition and looks good with plenty of power, and a top
that goes down making this 'Vette ready for the road. The Tan
leather interior and the Tan convertible top really accentuate the
bright red finish. The engine and and the Four speed manual
transmission have both been rebuilt 1500 miles ago. Also included
are power windows and an upgraded stereo with CD changer.
1972 Chevrolet Corvette
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