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VIN 1Z37T4S410866































   
Car Year: 1974
Car's approximate birthday: December 1, 1973
 
Owner: Streetside Classics
City: Fort Worth
State: Texas
Country: United States
 
Purchase date: Undefined
Status: Current Owner
 
Nickname: 1Z37T4S410866
State: Unknown
 
Exterior: Other Color
Interior: 416 Saddle (Leather) (24.89%)
Softtop: Other Color
Wheels: Silver (100.00%)
 
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
 
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
[$]
  A31 Power Windows (250hp) 63.84% 86.00
  C60 Air Conditioning 78.39% 467.00
  J50 Power Brakes 88.81% 49.00
  L82 350ci, 250hp Engine 17.84% 299.00
  N37 Tilt-Telescopic Steering Column 73.86% 82.00
  N41 Power Steering 95.85% 117.00
  Total   0.000124792645310%
(1 Cars)
1,100.00
 
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Other details: Mileage: 19,366 miles
 
Car history:
Posted 03/10/2016
This 1974 Chevrolet Corvette is the most clever of resto-mods, as it takes an
affordable C3 'Vette and adds late-model tech like an L98 TPI motor, a 5-speed
gearbox, and gorgeous ruby red paint that was the hallmark of the anniversary
models. If you want great looks with performance to match, this 'Vette is an
awesome choice.

The shape is familiar but we suspect you're going to find a lot of new stuff to love
on this Corvette. The modern paint looks great on the vintage shape, and the gold
highlights of the Anniversary Red make the crisp bodywork look especially well done.
Fit and finish are excellent for a C3, with headlight doors that sit flush, good gaps
all around, and doors that close with a reassuring solidity. They resisted the urge
to update the look beyond the paint and instead focused on getting the basics right.
Both front and rear end caps fit well and are the same color as the rest of the car,
the stainless has been polished, and they kept the chrome rack on the rear deck
to hold the T-tops when you're going alfresco. Heck, they even kept the 1974 split
rear bumper, which was a one-year-only feature. The important thing is that this
car is every bit as nice as it looks in photos.

Code 416 Saddle leather is how this one came from the factory and that's what it's
wearing today, and the combination is just beautiful. The seats, carpets, door panels,
and steering wheel were all renewed during the restoration but still look quite stock,
which is this car's best feature: it doesn't look modified. It was also a factory 4-
speed car, so swapping in a 5-speed manual transmission was a no-brainer and
keeps the interior looking just like it should, although there's a new shift pattern
on the console. You'll note a newer AM/FM/CD/iPod stereo with remote in the center
of the stack and speakers behind the seats, but that's really the only visible modification.
The A/C works like it should, it's got power windows, a tilt/telescope wheel, and
pretty much delivers on the promises made by the C3 bodywork. New floor mats,
snug-fitting T-tops, and a surprising lack of squeaks and rattles mean this is a car
you could drive cross-country without a second thought.

The engine is a 350 cubic inch V8, better known as the L98 from a C4 Corvette
and using Tuned Port Injection. Only the most reliable machine ever devised by
man, the engine is torquey, smooth, and utterly reliable. It starts easily with a
turn of the key, idles smoothly even when it's cold, and does all the other wonderful
things that fuel injection promises. It also gets decent fuel economy with the 5-
speed gearbox and despite the trick intake manifold, it's a neat fit in the C3 engine
bay. In fact, it looks very OEM sitting there and all the power accessories work
like they should. A throaty dual exhaust system still gives you the pure Corvette
soundtrack and it's quite clean underneath with upgrades like a monoleaf rear
spring to make it feel more agile. Standard Rally wheels keep the low-profile look
and wear fat 235/60/15 Firestone radials at all four corners.
 
For Sale: No

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