1975 DARK RED CORVETTE L82 PRO STREET VETTE BARN DRAG CAR This corvette was a drag/show car in Pennsylvania for many years. It was featured at many Super-Chevy shows over the years. If you have any information about its racing or show history, we would love to hear about it! 327/350Hp, 400 style performance heads, Edelbrock Intake, Mr. Gasket Street Scoop, MSD ignition, Aluminum water pump, Stahl ceramic-coated headers, turbo 350 transmission, braided lines, 3 fuel pumps, 3 fuel filters, quick silver shifter, tilt and tele steering column, power windows, dual electric fans, 4 point seat belts, line lock, 4 link suspension, hydraulic front suspension, ford rack and pinion, front spindles moved inwards by an inch, Dana 60 rear end 5.14 gears with spool, heavy duty axle, 5/8 wheel studs, corvette disc brakes, 20 gallon fuel cell, 14' parachute, full roll cage, custom made head light covers, NOS cheater series, 4 inches added to the rear quarters, ground effects, turbo hood, glass T-Tops, and much much more! $24,999 For more information, pictures, and video visit: http://www.hobbycarcorvettes.net/corvette/1975-dark-red-corvette-l82-pro-street-drag-car/
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