800 Derita Road, Ste. A
You can describe this 1975 Chevrolet Corvette as unique, upgraded, and loaded... and that would all be right. And while that has you intrigued, what we especially like is that beneath all this individuality is still a four-speed Stingray with its numbers-matching V8.
This is one of those classics that remains original in all the right places, but it has been given enough personal touches to always stand out in a crowd. It starts with the factory-correct silver paint. But what will really get people talking is the full-painted strobe stripe package highlighting the cowl hood, rockers, flying buttresses, and single-piece rear (a first for 1975.) There are more great dark details, like the painted T-tops and the fender decals remind us of the Grand Sport stripe. Plus, you have upgrades like the luggage rack, tail lights, and a great-looking set of side pipes. So this is a very cool custom Corvette.
The interior gets the fundamentals of a driver's car quite right. The high-back bucket seats have been more recently recovered and follow the same two-tone theme as the exterior. Plus, the C3 feels almost like a racecar with the big speedo and tach right in front of you with a full auxiliary readout package prominently in the middle of the dash. And a stick shift just amplifies this feeling. You can even take the value price to reinvest in areas like repairing the passenger side window (the driver's one still powers down) or getting the factory air conditioning blowing cold again. But from day one it's already an attractive package with great factory features like T-tops and a tilt steering column. Plus, there are upgrades like the AM/FM stereo with USB input that gives you better driving music.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching L48 350 cubic-inch motor. But you can also see there has been a solid investment in upgrading and fortifying this motor. The list includes an Edelbrock intake, steel braided lines w/AN fittings, and an HEI distributor. The V8 fires up readily as it inhales deeply with the four-barrel carburetor. And it exhales with a sweet tune out of the upgraded side pipe exhaust. The four-speed manual transmission is a great feature for a sports car like this because it puts the power firmly in your control. You also have the best easy driving features like a fully independent suspension, power steering, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
This is the perfect way to get an affordable 'Vette that's built for distinction and driving. Call now!
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