|I am looking to buy another car and need the space. I have owned her since 2009 and didn't really drive her. I just sunk a lot of money to get everything working. New radiatior, carb, fuel pump, brakes, electric choke, battery, fuel tank redone, fuel lines, wires, lots of other things. Vacuum lines work so lights go up and down as well as wiper door. Gauges work. Shifter is a little sticky but probably a simple fix. Original spare tire. The driver door paint has some small bubbles. The interior is in good shape. She looks pretty good underneath with some rust in spots but doesn't look bad. The hood sits pretty well but may not be in perfect alignment and may need to be tweaked because of a gap. I am not a car guy so I am being as honest as I can with what I see. This is an old car and it sure is pretty to look at. BiN $14,999 (Ended) but no bid at starting $11,500 on November 26, 2016.
Hi, I'm selling an all Numbers Matching 1972 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe. It has a fully rebuilt numbers matching 350 motor with a numbers matching 4 speed manual transmission. This car was in the family for about 8 years now and was enjoyed every bit. In the beginning of the 2016 season the car got a $5,000 make over, which included: rebuild of the original Rochester Quadrajet 4 barrel carb, new original style radiator, brake pads, rotors, brake lines, hoses, belts, spark plugs, condenser, points, spark plugs, distributor cap, points, oil change, fuel tank cleaned and coated, ball joints, weather stripping, new tires. I'm sure I'm forgetting bunch of other stuff, but you get the idea that it's been properly serviced. The original numbers matching engine was also rebuilt about 3,000 miles ago with a mild cam and sounds amazing. Car has plenty of power and gets up and goes quick. The car does feature power steering witch helps when parking the car, it also got tilt and telescopic steering wheel which makes it convenient for anyone to drive it and a pop-out rear window. The car has all working gauges, even the clock still works to this day, head lights, tail lights, dome lights, fully working wipers, and all dash cluster indicators. Recently installed newly redone front seats with brand new seat belts. The car has a fully functional original stereo which makes every cruse that more enjoyable. The rest of the interior is really nice shape as well with newly installed door panels (2-3 years ago) clean carpet and a nice solid dash. The exterior is very nice as well the Burnt Cooper color stands out in the crown and is even more amazing in person, all thought its not a show or museum quality it is definitely worth showing off at the local car shows and local cruises. Underneath of the car is super solid with no rot anywhere. The birdcage is in great shape as well. The car was never driven in the rain or sat outside. It was always stored in a climate controlled garage. Sold for $20,100 on december 12, 2016. Sold for $16,800 on December 25, 2016.