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1972 Chevrolet Corvette 4 speed t-top 350 Muncie project no reserve

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
Year: 1972
Mileage: 88,225
VIN: 1Z37K2S504106
Engine: 350
Transmission: Muncie
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Nicholasville, Kentucky, United States

1972 Chevrolet Corvette Additional Info:

This 1972 Corvette is in rough shape but hopefully someone is interested in bringing it back to life. I'm downsizing so this needs to go.
I pulled it out of a junk yard quite a few years ago and did some disassembly before losing interest. As you can see it has modifications common from the 1970s such as fender flares, hood, and filled-in bumpers. I do not have the original bumpers or anything to covert it back to original.
It is an original 4-speed with air conditioning. Neither the engine or transmission are numbers-matching
Engine- Block casting number 3970010- Block stamp 15B606042 K07 15 CM (I or J or 1?)- Cylinder head B 191 462624
- Holley aluminum intake- Headers- missing carb and valve covers
Muncie Transmission- case casting 3925660- stamp 19S735473 P9R02A
Rear differential- Unknown.

All of the components I removed come with the car and should be usable. Although not pictures it has all wiring harnesses (I left the dash harness in the car). I took care not to try not to cut or hack anything to the point a part had to be scrapped. There were several interior pieces that were beyond repair that I discarded because I knew if I were to get the car back on the road I couldn't use them.
There is rust in the birdcage documented in the pictures.
I have the Kentucky title (in my name) along with 2 ignition keys but no door keys.
The door glass is OK (manual windows) but the front and rear glass are broken. I do have a removable rear glass window that is not broken that I would be willing to sell to the winning bidder for an additional $150.
The car rolls easily and is on a flat paved surface so loading it will not be an issue.

On Sep-09-18 at 11:43:20 PDT, seller added the following information:

9/9: I've had a few questions asking about the drivetrain. Specifically if the driveshaft is present along with other suspension components. Everything is there... I never touched the transmission, driveshaft, or rear differential. The brake calipers are on the shelf but the rotors, shocks, linkages, etc are all there. Also, I've retained as much hardware as possible so if I removed a component then I tried to keep the nuts/bolts with it.

On Sep-09-18 at 12:09:00 PDT, seller added the following information:

9/9 Update 2: data plate information: trim 400 paint 945