|Here is a great 1974 Corvette Coupe that would be an easy project. This is a
numbers matching car, having the original drive train. This car has a great frame,
windshield frame, body, and decent interior. The car has Power Steering, Power
Brakes, Power Windows, A/C, Tilt/Tele steering column, Factory Alarm, and is an
Automatic. The codes from the body tag are 56L, Bright Yellow, 400, black vinyl,
and the build date is H12
The car needs brakes all the way around, front and rear bumper covers, tires,
exhaust, front shocks, and a radiator. The engine and transmission have been
rebuilt and have zero miles on them. The engine starts and runs fine and the car
moves under it's own power. I have driven the car up and down my driveway.
The front suspension has been partially rebuilt and has new ball joints, sway bar
links, new springs, etc. New shocks were never installed in the front after the
rebuild, so that is why they are needed. The rear suspension appears to be all
original. The A/C compressor is included but it is out of the car. It appears it was
never reinstalled after the engine rebuild.
The black interior is in pretty good condition, driver quality or better. It mostly
needs carpet and door panels, but a new set of door panels are included. It has
an aftermarket radio.
The body is in very good condition, and appears to only need the front and rear
bumper covers. The original bumper covers cracked up and fell apart as so many
of them do. The frame has the normal surface rust you might expect for a car of
this age, but there is no rot or rusted out places. I have put this car up on my lift
and looked it over very carefully, and the frame is great! I see no rust around the
windshield frame. This car spent the last 16 years stored in a very good and dry
garage. Before that, it was also garage kept most of it's life.
As indicated, this is a very solid project car that would not take too much to put it
on the road. Someone could have this car on the road in a very short time, and
enjoy driving it the rest of the summer while they continued to work on it. The
same person has owned this car for the last 31 years. Also, I have some
dealership documentation showing the original owners information and the original
owners manual, etc.