1978 Red Red L82 4spd Corvette For Sale Numbers matching, L82/350, 4 speed manual, 79,100 miles, red cloth interior, alloy wheels, power steering, power brakes, power windows, tilt and tele steering column, headers, dual chambered exhaust, X-A/C, Gymkhana suspension, AM/FM/8 track radio, rear window defogger, original valve covers, Edelbrock intake, and much more. We sold this corvette to the last owner in 2010. He put about 2,000 miles on it over the years he had it. He took really good care of it and did a lot of upgrades to it over the years like control arm bushings, radiator, dual chambered exhaust, Mallory distributor, alternator, 4 shocks, fuel pump and hoses, clutch assembly, master cylinder and booster, 4 brake calipers, and much more. We did a oil changed an checked and lubed the chassis. This one seems to run and drive really strong with plenty of power. GM produced 47,000 Corvettes in the 1978 (25th anniversary) model year. Out of the 47,000 produced, only 12,590 had Gymkhana suspension, 12,739 were produced with the L82 package, and only 8,162 came with the 4 speed transmission. - See more at: http://www.hobbycarcorvettes.net/corvette/1978-red-l82-4spd-corvette-red-int-for-sale/
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