1974 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE matching 350ci with 350 AUTO trans. This nearly original Corvette started out with Dark Brown Metallic finish and was later repainted Torch Red. A white vinyl top with a nearly flawless plastic window covers its original Brown Saddle interior that still shows nice. Engine bay is detailed with chrome valve covers and air cleaner in place. New Starter, new fuel pump, new plugs and wires. The undercarriage is clean and original with very nice Rally wheels on each corner with black-walled radials, full tread and raised white lettering. Four wheel disc brakes and power steering. The interior features original, good looking seats with matching padded armrest over the center console. The factory stereo sits in the well-preserved dash with very nice gauges, dash pad and trim. Rear storage area is clean and compartment lids (jack is located there) are in great condition. Odometer shows 67,786 actual miles and it's believed to be authentic. This Corvette is a sharp looking collectors piece that's still original and has great presentation.
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