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Used 1972 Chevrolet Corvette LT-1
Our Price: $95,900
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The 1972 Chevrolet Corvette LT-1 available for sale at Miller Motorcars is a true classic beauty. With a mileage of just 43,318, this convertible is in excellent condition and ready to hit the open road.
Finished in a stunning red exterior, this Corvette is sure to turn heads wherever it goes. The black interior provides a sleek and sophisticated contrast, creating a timeless look that never goes out of style.
Under the hood, you'll find a numbers-matching 350ci LT-1 V8 engine, delivering impressive power and performance. Paired with a four-speed manual transmission, this Corvette offers an exhilarating driving experience that enthusiasts crave.
This particular Corvette was assembled in St. Louis on May 11, 1972, adding to its historical significance. It comes equipped with a range of factory options that enhance both comfort and convenience. These include air conditioning, ensuring a pleasant driving experience even on hot summer days. The black vinyl hardtop and white soft top provide versatility, allowing you to enjoy the open air or opt for a more enclosed feel.
Soft-ray tinted glass not only adds a touch of elegance but also helps to protect the interior from harmful UV rays. The 15" Rally wheels give this Corvette a sporty and aggressive stance, further enhancing its overall appeal.
Other notable features include power-assisted steering and disc brakes, ensuring precise handling and stopping power. An electric rear window defogger helps to maintain clear visibility in any weather conditions. Shoulder belts provide added safety, while the tilt and telescopic steering allows for a customized driving position.
Entertainment is taken care of with the AM/FM Delco radio, allowing you to enjoy your favorite tunes while cruising down the highway.
This Corvette has been meticulously cared for and was acquired by the current seller in 2014. Since then, it has been fitted with replacement seat covers and a Hurst short-throw shifter, adding a touch of modernity to this classic beauty.
he fiberglass body was finished from the factory in Mille Miglia Red (973) and was repainted during previous ownership. Exterior details include a removable black vinyl hardtop, a white soft top, chrome front and rear bumpers, a vented hood with LT-1 graphics, pop-up headlights, egg-crate front grilles and fender vents, and a driver-side mirror.
If you're in the market for a timeless and iconic sports car, look no further than this 1972 Chevrolet Corvette LT-1. With its striking appearance, powerful engine, and range of desirable features, it's a true collector's dream. Don't miss your chance to own a piece of automotive history. Visit Miller Motorcars today and experience the thrill of driving this exceptional Corvette.
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