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  YEAR: 1974
  MAKE: Chevrolet  
  MODEL: Corvette  
  STYLE: t top  
  PRICE: $21,999  
  PHONE: (814) 937-4941  
  EMAIL: hobbycarcorvettes@yahoo.com  
  ZIP CODE: 16662  
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  DESCRIPTION:  
  51,000 original miles, 1972 Chevy 402 Big Block, 4spd, newer red paint job, deluxe black leather interior, clock, power steering, power brakes, rally wheels, AM/FM/Cassette, chrome valve covers, chrome air cleaner, headers, 2 1/2" dual exhaust, and much more. The engine compartment and undercarriage have been completely detailed. This big block consists of a 1972 402 TLM big block, 1971 open chamber oval port heads, 1966 Holley 427 high rise intake, 750 Holley double pump carburetor, 3/4 cam, new timing chain and gears, and much more. This setup makes for great low end torque! This corvette has had a lot of money spent on it with new fiberglass front bumper, new door panels, new carpet set, new complete weatherstrip set, headers, dual exhaust, high performance turbo mufflers, 750 Double Pump Holley carb, converted to Mallory HEI ignition, new tachometer cable, new big block radiator, new master cylinder, new shocks, new front springs, new ball joint, new tie rod end, new tongue bushing, all new upper and lower control arm bushings, new rear spring bushings, new trailing arm bushings, new power steering cylinder, new fuel pump, new PVC valve, new fuel filter, new air filter, installed 4:11 Posi rear end, new belts and hoses, new 3/4 cam and time chain and gears, and much more. The last two owners owned it for over 20 years. This vette has never seen rain or snow in that time period and by looking at the undercarriage, it's never spent any time outside in the weather. This corvette is a blast to drive. The big block puts out loads of low end torque, which is great for pulling away from stop lights! 1974 was the first year for rubber bumpers front and rear. GM released only 8,862 corvettes that year with a 4spd transmission. For more information, pictures, and video visit: http://hobbycarcorvettes.net/1974_bright_red_corvette.html  
   
     
     

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