1972 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible
This 1972 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible is for the enthusiast who loves to drive his classic and look distinctive doing it. After all, with a terrific factory color combo, upgraded crate V8, versatile five-speed stick shift, and much more, this is a total package drop top offered for quite an obtainable price. Code 988 Steel Cities Gray was only offered for two years, which makes this a very sought-after factory option. This was given a respray later in life. And quite frankly, there's just something extra cool about the Stingray's curvy fiberglass body finished in a bare metal hue. But more than just rarity, the metallic tones complement the bright work on the bumpers, rockers, luggage track, and Rally wheels to gives this a very well-coordinated total package. There's even a color-matched hardtop that comes with the sale. The dark tones of this rare paint also go nice with black. So no matter if you have the folding roof in place, or this convertible is properly open to the world, you will always have an eye-catching package. It also helps that there are new leather seat covers and carpeting to keep this interior looking deep and dark. Corvettes have always been a great personal sports car that provide performance features with plenty of creature comforts to make it a great long-distance cruiser. You get a three-spoke steering wheel and ahead of that is the large dual pod gauges for the speedo and tach. Just to the side are a full set of auxiliary readouts. There's an upgraded AM/FM/Cassette stereo, but we really know your favorite soundtrack comes from when you work the accelerator and stick shift to create the perfect rumble from the dual exhaust. Under the hood is Chevy's famous 350 small block V8. Not only is this an updated crate motor, but also it has been upgraded with components like a Weber four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer EPS intake, MSD distributor, and an aluminum radiator. Plus, you get to take full advantage of this enhanced V8 with the upgrade to the Tremec TKO500 five-speed manual transmission. They even invested in the suspension with upgrades like Bilstein shocks, newer bushings, and upgraded rear end. This combines with the Corvettes terrific factory features like four-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and the fully independent suspension to create a road-carving classic. Complete with maintenance records, this is the distinct drop top Corvette that has all the right upgrades. So when something this desirable is also priced so right, you know you need to hurry to grab this deal.