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VIN 1Z37J4S433596

Car Year: 1974
Car's approximate birthday: July 7, 1974
Owner: eBay Motors justinw2116
City: Norfolk
State: Virginia
Country: United States
Purchase date: Undefined
Status: Current Owner
Nickname: 1Z37J4S433596
State: Nice Driver
Exterior: 10 Classic White
Interior: 413 Dark Blue (Vinyl)
Softtop: Other Color
Wheels: Other Color
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
  1YZ37 Base Corvette Sport Coupe (195hp) 85.40% 6,001.50
  A31 Power Windows 63.84% 86.00
  C60 Air Conditioning 78.39% 467.00
  J50 Power Brakes 88.81% 49.00
  M40 Turbo Hydra-Matic Automatic Transmission 67.05% 0.00
  N37 Tilt-Telescopic Steering Column 73.86% 82.00
  N41 Power Steering 95.85% 117.00
  Total   18.0166%
(6,757 Cars)
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Other details: Mileage: 135,000
Added to Registry 05/01/2010
Car history:
1974 Corvette Stingray - 350 V8
Thousands Invested.
No Expense has been spared. Smoke Free for its Whole Life!

1974 Corvette Stingray
True Dual Exhaust (No catalytic converter)
350 cu in or 5.7L V8
600 cfm 4 Barrel Holley Carburetor
270 ft/lb Torque
220 hp
13 gallon gas tank
Tires: Firestone: Firehawk Indy 500
Front 225-70-15
Back 255-70-25
3 Speed TH-350Automatic Transmission
Rear Wheel Drive
Power Steering
Power Brakes
Power Windows
Factory AC

A beautiful '74 Vette. Beautifully restored. A list of what has been done.
90 % of the interior is new.
The paint is new GM paint and was applied by a Chevy Dealer.
The motor runs like a charm every time.

The stereo is new, but looks antique.
T-tops don't leak.
Door Weather Striping is pretty worn
Seat covers are original, but in great condition. There is a small puncture on one
of the seats. The passenger side door panel is original and needs to be replaced
they are all readily available.

At 100,000 miles the motor and the block & heads were removed, re-bored and
polished. Carb was replaced with an Holley 600 cfm 4 Barrel. The intake manifold
was replaced with an Edelbrock Performer RPM. The engine bay is adorned with
chrome on the master cylinder, ac compressor, K&N Air Filter, & Valve Covers.
Despite the new air intake and intake manifold the car retains its stock hood.

The motor runs like a charm. In a more recent overhaul at 113,000 I have
replaced the master cylinder, point ignition, fuel pump, brake pads, Drivers side
real axle, and bearings. Brand new tires I have put the standard 225-70-15's up
front, and 255-70-15's on back. These Firestone Firehawk Indy 500s look sweet.

'74 was a memorable year for the Corvette as if made many steps towards
becoming a modern muscle car. '74 was the last year for dual exhaust and point
ignition. Many have been upgraded for performance purposes, but I prefer the
simplicity and genuine factor of the point ignition. '74 was also the first year for
the rear urethane rear bumper covers. Unfortunately these in their first year were
rather unrefined. They have over time on all Vettes warped and/or cracked. To
address the old urethane bumper problems I just replaced both bumper covers
with a fiberglass reproduction that stays true to the look of the 74's unique split
bumper style,, but instead of 2 pieces is only one with a groove down the middle.
The best of both worlds original look and even better durability. The front bumper
is painted and looks great, but is not currently attached to the vehicle

New Parts Price Breakdowns:
$70 New LH Window Motor
$320 New Fiberglass Monospring
$290 New AM-FM Radio + Tape Player
$45 New In-Dash Speakers
$70 New Rear View Mirror
$60 New LH Mirror
$170 New 6 Hole Chrome Luggage Rack
$600 New U joints, Wheel Lugs
$50 New Fuel Pump
$40 Rebuilt Alternator
$500 New Holley 600 cfm Carburetor
$50 K&N Air Filter Kit
$300 Rear Bumper Cover
$300 Rear Bumper Painted
$300 Front Bumper Cover
$300 Front Bumper Painted
$80 New Authentic GM Rear Chrome Letters
$340 New Firestone: Firehawk Indy 500 (Front 225-70-15, Back 255-70-25)
$500 New Stainless Steel Calipers and New Pads
$300 New Power Brake Booster
$1000 Differential Rebuild
$150 New Gas Shock Absorbers
$150 New Point Ignition With Rotor
$50 New Spark Plug Wires
$40 New High Performance Ignition Coil

$1000 Professionally Installed Weatherstripping All Around Car
$50 New AC DELCO Alternator
I do not have the receipts for the Interior.
I do not have the receipts for the Engine Rebuild.
I do not have the receipts for the New Intake Manifold.
I do not have the receipts for the Paint Job, but it does have a GM panel in the door.
Don't even ask what labor has cost over time, but lately I have been paying $80/Hour

What Still needs to be done:
Passenger Side Door Panel
Headlight Vacuum Lines
The Lights both come up but timing is a little off, it never bothered me
Tachometer (Mechanical Tach) just died when the ignition last week, Replacement Included
Clock Doesn't work, but none of them do
Passenger Side Head Gasket Drips a small bit of oil onto the header
A/C needs to be filled (R-12)
For Sale: No

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