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, upper radiator hose, alternator, motor mounts, transmission mount, idler arm, 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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