The 1975 Corvette brought some efficiency changes to the marque, as Chevrolet's signature sports car was seven years into its third generation. Electronic ignition was introduced, tachometers were electronically driven, and the mandatory catalytic converter made an appearance. There were a few styling enhancements as well, but thanks to the Malaise Era, the Corvette's V8 was making low power figures. Thankfully, there are aftermarket avenues to correct that while retaining period correctness, so you should really consider this 1975 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, especially when it's got just 65,800 miles on it.
The burgundy paintwork on this 1975 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray lends it an air of restraint, while the silver luggage rack at the rear reminds you that the Corvette is a grand tourer, a car for two people to use to cross the continent if desired. The current owner tells us that the lovely alloy wheels on the car are wrapped with newer tires. At the front, you'll see the signature pop-up headlamps, and take in the genius of Bill Mitchell's styling, as inspired by Larry Shinoda's Mako Shark II concept car. Inside, you'll find a reupholstered black interior with two seats that feature a diamond-stitched pattern in contrasting red. There's some wood trim on the dash and door cars, but everything is as analog and simplistic as it was back in 1975. There's a period-looking radio in the center console, but an aftermarket Blaupunkt radio with USB, SD, and MP3 playback has been installed in the passenger footwell and drives a quartet of Kicker speakers installed behind the seats, driven by a Powerbass amplifier.
This 1975 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray comes with a 350ci (5.7L) L82 V8 engine that was rated for 205hp in 1975. Drive goes to the rear wheels via a four-speed manual transmission. We are told that the engine has received a recent oil change. Power steering and power brakes are part of the standard feature set on this 'Vette as well.
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