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71 Chevrolet Corvette LT-1 15k mile Original Survivor

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
Type: Coupe
Year: 1972
Mileage: 15092
VIN: 194371S107398
Color: Blue
Engine: LT-1
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Blue
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Boulder Junction, Wisconsin, United States

1972 Chevrolet Corvette Additional Info:

I am selling another car from my collection. This is a 71 Corvette Coupe. LT-1 350 / 330hp. 4 speed, 3.55 ratio rear end. Code 979 Bridgehampton Blue / code 412 Blue interior.
ALL original matching numbers with 2 exceptions (service replacement carb and parts store smog pump).
Optioned with...........
LT-1 350-330hp
M21 4 Speed transmission
3.55 limited slip differential
PO2 deluxe wheel covers
N40 power steering
PU9 white letter tires
U69 AM/FM radio
Approximately 35% original paint (hood, roof, sail panels) It is my opinion the sides of the car have been painted (as verified by previous owners) as has rear tail panel. It is my understanding the car was pinstriped by the original owner on the peaks of the fenders and tail panel (as many were back in the day). The car has the original hood pinstripes and LT-1 decals. The car has overspray in places that is typical to St. Louis cars of the era. Beautiful no hit body, detectable seams, and OEM gaps. I recently went over the car multiple times with #7 Meguiars. Great gloss, hardly any lacquer checking.
Fantastic original interior! Original carpet, door panels, dash pad, seat covers, seat belts, etc., etc.
Nice original engine compartment featuring.........
Original drivetrain
Original alternator
Original starter
Original distributor
Original radiator
Original fan clutch and pulleys
Original smog system ( except for parts store smog pump)
Original hoses (except for 5/8" heater hose) with original hose clamps.
Original dated plug wires.
Original T.I. parts (coil and amplifier)
Original fasteners
Original master cylinder
Great original chassis featuring original shocks, exhaust (1 NOS muffler replaced), ball joints, tie rods, idler arm, etc. 5 original dated wheels. The chassis (wheel wells in particular) have been subject to some fluffing. I can explain what I see to interested parties.
Complete owner history, no gaps. Most owners were either family / friends until recent. Documented with copy of title verifying mileage as actual, Protect-O-Plate, and tank sticker (still on tank).
Great running and driving car! Wiper door, motor, and headlights operate as they should. All fiber optics operate as they should (very bright).
2 items are not operational.......
Clock (not surprising)
Radio. In order to repair it, I fear I would wreck the dash pad if I had to jump in that far.
I have owned this car since January of this year. I purchased it with the intention of a long term hold. It's my kind of car. I had every intention of running the car around between Bloomington Gold, NCRS, and MCACN to get the car judged / certified. It has all the bones of a top notch car. I have recently acquired another car (that speaks to me...... more yet), as well as starting 2 other business's recently. So, some adjustments need to be made.
While I am actively selling the car, this is not a fire sale. I will try to accommodate parties with serious interest. What I won't tolerate are tire kickers, low ballers, and bullshitters. This is a serious car for a serious collector.
Additional pics available upon request. I have plenty, and can add more as requested.
My phone number will be made available as requested. I feel a good conversation is the best place to start.

On Aug-27-19 at 05:50:10 PDT, seller added the following information:

The listing shows the car is a 72 (and it cannot be changed). The car is indeed a 71. eBay was not much help in correcting the listing