Numbers matching, L82/350, 50,000 miles on dash, 4spd, deluxe black leather interior, power steering, power brakes, A/C, rally wheels, rear window defogger, luggage rack, original Delco AM/FM radio, original valve covers, original air cleaner assembly, original ignition shielding, completely detailed underhood, and much more.
We have over 5,300 dollars worth of receipts from the last owner for just some of the parts! That does not include the labor or the paint job!
This corvette has been restored with new paint, the original engine was bored 20 over and completely rebuilt with mild cam, new pistons, polished crank, new cam bearings, ported, polished, and resurfaced heads, new valves, new valve springs, new rockers, new oil pump, new timing chain and gears, new clutch and pressure plate, new calibers, new gas tank, new radiator, new heater core, new complete weatherstrip kit, power steering system rebuilt, new mufflers, new belts and hoses, rebuilt distributer, new tachometer cable, new door handles, rebuilt parking brake assembly, new headlight actuators, new front control arm bushings, new leather seat covers, new seat foam, new carpet, new fiberglass front bumper, and much more done very recently.
I drove this corvette over an hour home. It makes lots of power and is very tight and fun to drive! The last owner always did very well at local shows with this vette.
1973 was the last year GM used chrome bumpers on corvettes. GM only produced 5,710 L82's in 1973 out of 30,464 corvettes released. GM only produced 12,537 close and wide ratio 4spds in 1973 and only 4,412 with rear window defogger.
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