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The value price headlines this 1974 Chevrolet Corvette. But when you look at the distinct features, and remember that this is a terrific V8 cruiser, your mind really start seeing all the possibilities with this sleek sports car.
Code-80 orange is a great factory-correct color to have. It has the same bold first impression you get with a classic red Corvette, and at the same time, it also gives it instant distinction in a crowd. They only offered this color for two years, so Corvette people instantly recognize it. There are even some nicely contrasting black pinstripes highlighting the swoopy curves of the fenders and the rise of the cowl hood. We won't pretend this is a perfect paintjob, but the point of a value-priced coupe like this is to give you an affordable way to get the classic of your dreams while leaving money in the budget to do what you want. What you get here is a solid car with good panels, and everything you want in place, including the T-tops, rocker trim, badging, Rally wheels, and special two-piece rear end exclusive to the '74.
The black interior is a great color against the orange (the exterior pinstripes prove it.) So it's a fine reason to go cruising with the T-tops out. This is a highly original presentation with high-back leather bucket seats that offer grand touring comfort for two. And because this is a great car for enjoying over a weekend, the stereo has been upgraded to an AM/FM/CD unit that features everything from Bluetooth to a USB input to charge your phone. It gives you the best modern options in this very vintage ride.
Under the hood is proper Chevy V8 power. The 350 cubic-inch small block is topped with a Rochester four-barrel carburetor for an original-style setup. But there have been the right upgrades along the way, too. This includes an Edelbrock Performer intake for better performance and a Champion aluminum radiator w/dual electric fans to keep it all running cool. While the orange looks a little interesting in the engine bay, it's also backed up with solid maintenance records that show about $3,000 invested in this coupe over the last few years. Power steering and the three-speed automatic transmission are ideal for a car that wants to go everywhere. And the fully independent suspension and four-wheel disc brakes are exactly what you want for the back roads.
Distinction and value come together in this Stingray. A car like this is rarely so obtainable, so don't miss out. Call today!!!
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