$13,900 - 1975 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe

Exterior Originally draped in Medium Saddle Metallic, and now long since covered over with menacing black, this curved 'Vette is also peppered with pin striping, red to be exact, which highlights the fenders, and adds a flourish to some badging. The removable T-tops are in smoked black and are in contrast with the polished and chromed deep-dish wheels with Corvette hub caps. Also highlighting the black is a luggage rack on the rear deck, and a set of snaking, snarling, chromed side pipes that rest against a curved stainless rocker panels on each side. Fiberglass presents well, and paint is in good to very good condition. A chromed windshield molding, and dual high mount rear view side mirrors are mounted on the doors.

Interior Leather buckets and a leather covered console all in black show some folding and patina but are in nice condition. Padding remains firm, and the seats keep their original line. An original dash, save for an aftermarket radio, stares the driver in the face with numerous gauges and other bells and whistles to keep even the most tach savvy occupied (all be it in analog form!) The dash is mostly unscathed, and carpet shows slight wear, and needs a good cleaning. Removable T-top panels are good, with no cracks or dings.

Drivetrain A 350ci V8 with an Edelbrock intake manifold, and single 4-barrel Holly carburetor is backed up by a Borg-Warner Super T-10 4-speed manual transmission.

Undercarriage Mostly rust free, clean patina undercoated, best describes this area. Structurally sound, and good shape in known problematic 75 Corvette areas (we have history on this stuff now!)

And there you have it…call me a sucker for this model year and it's the shape of the rear...actually it's the shape of the entire car. It has beautiful lines and the best proportions, but that is just one man's opinion. A nice driver with consigner stated 58,898 miles. The A/C is not working.

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