|The term barn find has gotten a bit overused since the phrase was coined 4 score and seven years ago. With the advent of the internet, 24 hour news cycles and the ability to seemingly find out anything about everything, vintage and classic car owners know what they, as well as everybody else, has in their garage... But, every once in a while, a car does still un-earth itself as owners reluctantly decide to sell. And the 1972 LT-1 presented here is one of those rare examples! Found by Corvette Mike in a tiny garage in the San Francisco Bay area that was way too small to be a barn. This original CA car is presented just as it was found... with 65,230 miles showing on the odometer and a thick layer of dust blanketing the Steel Cities Gray paint. She doesn't currently run, but she s all there; the smog equipment, original exhaust system, original wheels, radio, etc.
The numerous options include, p/b, p/s, p/w, am/fm stereo, Deluxe interior, tilt/tele steering wheel, 3.70 Posi rear end and M-21 close ratio 4-speed. And you want documentation? She's got documentation in the form of P-o-P, Window Sticker, Order Copy, Owner s Kit and the original Pink slip. The car is being offered as-is. You can leave her in this condition, get her running, or contract us to get her going; your choice. And, to make things a bit more interesting, we are trying out a new way to buy the car, Text-a-Bid. What's she worth to you? Text your bid to 510-292-1243. We'll look them over and notify you if you are the high bidder, or if you need to come up with more money. No fuss, no muss. August 2, 2014.