<h2>1972 Black Hardtop Corvette</h2>Here is a fine example of a classic ride which benefited from a modern touch, a 72 Nova with all the right upgrades. It has a new 350 crate engine, mated with Automatic transmission both performing great! Vintage AC is present giving you the comfortable ride in the Florida or California sun. Functional cowl hood. Chip Foose wheels add a custom look without departing that much from the original look and feel. They are fitted with a new set of Firestone tires. Interior is all new, the piece of resistance being the properly fitted Dakota digital dash. Paint is a fresh glossy black which looks great with the Chrome pieces and the custom wheels. Everything on the car appears to have been built with no expenses spared. No wonder since it was owned by the famous Robert Chancey of San Diego Chargers. It would be pretty difficult to duplicate this car of the money... so here is your chance to enjoy a classic, yet retaining all the creature comforts of today. Interesting trades considered like classic Camaros or Corvettes.Body Style: HardtopnEngine Size: 350
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