1975 Corvette Convertible Classified Ad Details$24,000.00 Date Posted:04/22/2021 - Macomb, MI
1975 Corvette Convertible. 25,000 original miles. Very nice, unrestored condition. Meticulously maintained and sheltered since new, numbers match engine included. Has 350/330 hp General Motors Performance Parts crate engine (installed at 18k miles in 2001), 4 speed manual, P/steering, P/windows, Delco Am-Fm Stereo, manual brakes. Original interior (I replaced the hand brake cover and added woodgrain aftermarket steering wheel, original GM steering wheel included in excellent condition). Mostly original paint (rare Bright Green Metallic), some touch-up has been required to maintain over the years. Convertible top is very clean and in good condition (no stains or discoloration), has one small tear 1” long on the LH side (patched on inside). Rear window is clear and not scratched. Drives like a new car and runs flawlessly, very reliable. Everything operates except the clock. I’ve owned this car for 20 years.
California Car Cover and GM service manuals included.
2001 - New GMPP 350/330 crate engine installed @ 18,000 miles. Original 18k mile engine is included, has been stored properly and turns over by hand, should be freshened up before use.
During engine swap:
New GMPP Vortec aluminum intake, New Edelbrock 650 cfm AVS carburetor with electric choke.
New GMPP 11” flywheel, Centerforce clutch, fan clutch, radiator, hoses, mini starter.
New GM NOS fuel tank, filter and bladder (car had history of sitting for long periods).
2004 - Replaced original top and weatherstrips.
New Lone Star Stainless Oring calipers installed along with brake lines, hoses and master cylinder, AC-Delco brake pads. Rotors have never been removed from the car. Perfectly smooth braking, no pulsation.
2005 – New ACI front and rear fiberglass bumpers. 1980 rear bumper with 1973 exhaust routed through it. All factory bumper reinforcements are still in place.
New Allens 2 ½” chambered dual exhaust and 1973 stainless extensions.
2018 - Power steering valve and P/S hoses. New “correct” hand brake console and P/W switches.
2020 - New battery and carb rebuild.
Suspension is as GM built it and still tight.