1975 Dark Green Corvette 4spd For more information, pictures, and video visit: http://www.hobbycarcorvettes.net/corvette/1975-dark-green-corvette-stingray-4spd-t-top/ Numbers matching, L48/350, 70,800 original miles, 4spd, tan leather interior, rally wheels, power steering, power brakes, AM/FM/Cassette, sport mirrors, HEI ignition, original valve covers, original air cleaner assembly, fiberglass bumpers, and much more. This corvette has had a bunch of money spent on new parts. The major parts replaced are: rear exhaust Y pipe, mufflers, catalytic converter, sway bar links, oil and filter, right upper control arm bushings, right upper ball joint, right lower ball joint, upper radiator hose, alternator, motor mounts, transmission mount, idler arm, right side tie rod ends, power steering control valve and hoses, right side rear wheel bearing, e-brake cable, clutch, transmission grease, rear end grease, and much more recently done. In 1975 there were only 9,992 4spds out of 38,465 total production.
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