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Car Year: 1977
Car's approximate birthday: August 2, 1977
 
Owner: Streetside Classics
City: Charlotte
State: North Carolina
Country: United States
 
Purchase date: Undefined
Status: Current Owner
 
Nickname: 1Z37L7S445775
State: Nice Driver
 
Exterior: 80 Corvette Tan (9.32%)
Interior: 692 Brown (Leather)
Wheels: Silver (100.00%)
 
Delivery Dealer Zone: Unknown
Delivery Dealer Code: Unknown
 
Options: RPO Option Percentage
Sold [%]
Sales Price
[$]
  1YZ37 Base Corvette Sport Coupe (180hp)   8,647.65
  A31 Power Windows 90.10% 116.00
  C60 Air Conditioning 91.95% 553.00
  K30 Speed Control 59.25% 88.00
  M40 Turbo Hydra-Matic Automatic Transmission 83.78% 0.00
  N37 Tilt-Telescopic Steering Column 94.46% 165.00
  U58 AM-FM Radio, stereo 37.56% 281.00
  Total   1.3603%
(670 Cars)
9,850.65
 
Factory job nr.: Unknown
Export Car: Non Export Car
Other details: Trim Tag: 692 Brown Leather, 80 Corvette Tan
Date Code: M03 (08/03/1977)
 
Car history:
05/17/2014
If you are looking for an affordable hobby car, you really should spend some time
with the C3 Corvettes. Nothing's more recognizable on the street and cars like this
low-mileage 1977 'Vette offer perhaps the biggest bang for the buck in the motoring
universe. Great looks, plenty of performance, and luxury that makes it easy to
drive every day, this is a fast, fun hobby car that won't clean out your bank account.

The data tag says this one was originally code 80 Corvette Tan, which is probably
just as dull as it sounds, even by 1970s standards. But Classic White, on the other
hand, is a timeless look that will never go out of style and gives the Corvette a
zoomy look without being too flashy. As a low-mile car, this one has obviously led
a good life and the repaint has a decent shine that looks right on a car approaching
its 40th birthday. 1977 was the last year of those dramatic C-pillar flying buttresses,
and with the repaint, they gave the car a very nice all-of-a-piece look that was
strangely absent from most of the factory paint jobs where slightly mismatched
colors were common. In fact, check out how well the tail piece fits, the great gaps
on the doors, and the thoroughness of the paint job, which successfully erases
almost all traces of the original tan.

It shouldn't be a surprise that the code 692 brown leather interior is in great shape
after just 45,578 miles. With an appealing broken-in look that isn't worn out or
beat up, the stock leather seats remain inviting and comfortable. The carpets are
recent, so the interior looks tidy and clean, with original door panels that don't
show the usual cracks and fading that inevitably come from use. Options include
A/C, power windows, a tilt steering column, and cruise control, making this a 'Vette
you can drive anywhere without feeling like you're in a vintage car. The factory
AM/FM stereo head unit remains in the center stack and still sounds decent,
although when you pull the T-tops off, you won't be worrying about what's on the
radio. And speaking of the T-tops, they stow neatly in original storage bags that
help protect the finish.

Chevy's venerable L48 350 cubic inch engine provides an energetic V8 experience
thanks to 270 pounds of torque on tap. This is the car's original, numbers-matching
mill and given the low mileage, it has never needed major internal work. Just last
year the valve seals were replaced, so it doesn't smoke and runs quite well. The
engine bay looks tidy and age-appropriate, with corporate turquoise engine enamel
and a bright air cleaner up top, while original cast iron exhaust manifolds feed a
free-flowing dual system with Flowmaster mufflers. A TH350 3-speed automatic
always seems to be in the right gear for maximum thrust and by 1977, GM engineers
had given the 'Vette a suspension that feels competent but doesn't beat you up.
Classic Rally wheels look fantastic and are wrapped in 225/70/15 Goodyear Eagle
radials at all four corners.
 
For Sale: No

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