SEE MORE PHOTOS OF THIS VETTE AND 100+ OTHERS FOR SALE AT WWW.BUYAVETTE.NET! Code correct Ontario Orange exterior, code correct Saddle vinyl interior, convertible top, matching auxiliary hardtop. Numbers matching 255hp 350ci LT1 engine, 4 speed manual transmission, posi rear-end. Features include power steering, power brakes, tilt-n-tele, AM/FM radio, alarm. CURRENTLY BEING SERVICED, COMING SOON TO OUR INVENTORY! WOW -- this 1972 Corvette Convertible is LOADED with desirable options including power steering, power brakes, and tilt and telescopic steering, shows just 44,067 documented original miles with records dating back to new, TONS of valuable original delivery documentation, and some valuable Corvette-related autographs as well! Originally assembled on June 1, 1972, this car's paint is BRAND NEW, and shows a great shine. Every piece of exterior glass in this car shows an acceptable date code, including the hardtop. Chrome bumpers are vg-exc, and taillights are good-vg with no cracks. This car wears a set of rally wheels in good condition, with BF Goodrich Radial T/A raised white letter tires showing an average of 10/32nds tread depth remaining. The interior of this 1972 Corvette LT1 Convertible shows good condition seats and steering wheel, vg door panels, carpet, center console, and dash pad, and vg-exc rear storage bins. Gauges are good-vg, and a correct appearing AM/FM radio is in place. The numbers matching engine in this car shows original casting date March 6, 1972, and final assembly date March 15, 1972. Correct air cleaner, carburetor, intake manifold, ignition shielding, valve covers, radiator hoses, alternator, and exhaust manifolds are all in place, and the frame is solid and rust-free. Included documents consist of original window sticker, copy of original window sticker (signed by Zora Arkus Duntov), original buyer's order, original pre-delivery inspection, original protect-o-plate (signed by Zora Arkus Duntov and Larry Shinoda), original owner's manual (signed by Zora Arkus Duntov and Larry Shinoda), June 1990 issue of VETTE magazine (featuring this car on the cover), November 1971 issue of Corvette News, full service records dating back to 1974, and original Consumer Information booklet and Emissions booklet. This car has been fully serviced, and all instrument gauges, lights, turn signals, brakes, engine, transmission and rear-end are all in good operating condition. LT1 cars with this kind of documentation don't show up everyday, call us while we have this one! 44K Miles. FREE 2 YEAR/50K ADDITIONAL MILE WARRANTY WHEN PURCHASED AT ADVERTISED PRICE, GOOD AT ANY REPAIR FACILITY NATIONWIDE!! NADA Value: $73,600. Our Price: $49,999. Financing Available with long terms and low rates.
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