800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Your first impression is just a 1972 Chevrolet Corvette with a big block upgrade, four-on-the-floor, and cool colors. While all that is true, you can also see this is the one that has been cared for exactly how you want it.
This coupe has been under the same ownership for over half its life. Along the way it has been cared for correctly, and it underwent a full, frame-off restoration. This includes an upgrade from the 1972-correct Ontario Orange to Prowler Orange You can also tell that this benefits from the radiance that only comes from a professional hand and plenty of modern clearcoat. This extra gloss also does a fantastic job of highlighting all the curves that make this Stingray an icon. The long hood, flared fenders, flying buttress rear, and integrated rear spoiler are all showcased within the shine. And speaking of shine, the '72 was the last year for brightwork loves with the chrome bumpers front and rear. Plus, polished rockers and bright Rally wheels complete this alluring package.
You can tell an additional investment was made inside by the fresh feeling of the saddle tan interior. Good carpeting, crisp door panels with a premium wood inserts, and plush bucket seats makes this very inviting. Plus, you have nice features like power windows and an AM/FM stereo. But what you really enjoy is how this is built to be a driver's machine. There's an upgraded Hurst shifter for your right hand, and your left one will love the grippy sports steering wheel. Beyond that is a large speedo and tach, and just to the side are all your auxiliary gauges at eye-level. Plus, with T-tops and a removable rear window, you really get to let the wind fill the interior like a convertible.
Under the hood is proper big block power. This was upgraded to a 454 cubic-inch V8 later in life, but details like the bright valve covers, and correct air topper give it an authentic appearance. As you look underneath the car there's a freshness that reminds you about the restoration and the updates to the frame. The four-speed manual transmission give you full control of the V8, and control really is a central theme to a Stingray like this. After all, with power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and a fully independent suspension, this classic has plenty of confidence on any road.
Complete with the original warranty card and owner's manual, this is the big block C3 that has been cared for and upgraded just the way you want it. That makes for a stellar deal that will be moving fast. Call now!
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