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This super C5 is ripe for the picking. In 2006 when the C6 come on the scene, many C5 Z06 owners quickly traded their car in for the C6, flooding the market with used examples and driving down their prices.
The 1967 Corvette is considered the most-loved Corvette ever produced. The combination of classic C2 styling, along with an incredible array of powertrain and comfort options, makes it one of the most desirable Corvettes ever. Not bad for a car that was never supposed to be made!
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1972 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible - All Original Survivor - Final Year of Front and Rear Chrome Bumpers - Washington State Car - Classic White over Saddle Interior - Both Hard and Soft Top - Numbers Matching 350 V8 - Automatic Transmission - Clean and Rust Free (Please note: If you happen to be viewing this 1972 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible on a website other than our Garage Kept Motors site, its possible that youve only seen some of our many photographs of the car due to third-party website limitations. To be sure you access all the more than 140 photographs, as well as a short start-up and walk-around video, please go to our main website: Garage Kept Motors.) You cant get a better overall performance car. Id be hard-pressed to find a better car, for the money, than the Vette. Its just an incredible automobile. Tony DeLorenzo, Motor Trend road-test reviewer, June 1972 The Motorious website described the early-Seventies C3 Vettes: The differences between the 1971 and the 1972 Stingray are minimal. Corvettes 1971 model was the last model to feature fiber-optic warning lights while the 1972 Stingray was the first to have amber-colored front turn signals and a chrome egg-crate grill. The 1972 Stingray was also the last production year for chrome front and rear bumpers. Beyond these minor differences, the 71 and 72 models were basically the same. Both models were available in either a convertible coupe body style or a sports coupe body style. Many Stingray fans refer to the convertible as a roadster. However, with roll-up windows and windshield that is fixed, this model was a true convertible. When it comes to classic cars, the most beloved Corvette models that most folks enjoy and remember are the hidden-headlight Corvettes mainly due to their longevity on the Corvette and the sleekness and sexiness they produce for the vehicle! No other American-made classic car enjoys such a long, long history of uniqueness as does the Corvette. Offered here in Classic White over tan is a 1972 Corvette Stingray Convertible. The cars odometer shows 39,957 miles, roughly just 800 miles per-year since new. The condition of the car for its age reflects responsible-owner care through the years. The Classic White exterior paint is original; its condition is very good showing minor signs of aging, but no damage or significant surface-deterioration. In part, Classic reflects the fact that this shade dates to the first Corvette and was offered yearly since then. This Vette is equipped with a black fabric top as well as a body-color removable hardtop. Chrome bumpers (their final model year) are in good condition fore and aft; likewise the chrome windshield trim, chrome-accented fender louvers. (Side mirrors and door handles show wear.) The twin front eggcrate-style lower grilles are original, but only in good condition. Original-tint cabin glass, and lighting lenses-including on the pop-up headlights-are clear and undamaged. A factory-optioned chrome luggage rack is mounted on the rear deck. Factory badging-including crossed flags emblems on the hood and rear deck, Stingray script on the front fenders, and C-o-r-v-e-t-t-e lettering on the rear-is all properly located and mounted. Square, original dual-exhaust tips are in place, as is the lock for the theft-prevention system. Original silver-painted steel wheels with chrome center caps and trim rings are mounted with raised-white-letter Road Hugger Radial G/T tires. The cars interior is generally well maintained. Tan leather upholstery on the front bucket seats features an antiqued look. The leather is lightly creased and the drivers seat bolster has a split seam. Tan door panels include woodgrain upper trim and carpeted lower panels; crank handles operate the roll-up windows, and chrome door handles include the crossed-flags emblem. (The rear portions of the trim panel on both doors are damaged.) The factory steering wheel with crossed-flags emblem frame
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