During the 1970s there was no doubt that the Corvette, even though it’s a 2-seater sports car, was one of the meanest cars on American streets. The Chevrolet Corvette C3 is the third generation of the Vette’ and marks the second time Corvette carried the name ‘Stingray’. By 1973 the 3rd gen Vette’ has been around for several years and it started transforming from muscle to touring sports car with an improved ride and quieter interior. This example of the 1973 Chevrolet Corvette L82 is rebuilt with an original motor. It is located in California and has only done 6465 miles on the newly build motor.
While carrying the essence of styling from its big brothers, this 1973 Chevrolet Corvette L82 has redesigned body mounts. Its exterior is painted in white and the car rides on ‘steel belted radial’ tires which takes part in ride improvement in the 1973 Corvette. The interior offered in a light tan color and its fitted with two leather seats. This elegant cabin resembles olden day classic car experience with all original components which appears to be intact. The interior includes Corvette emblems on the dash and original factory AM/FM radio.
This 1973 Chevrolet Corvette is refreshed with an original motor, that being the high performance small-block engine which is the 350CI L82 V8 engine by Chevy. It features a 4BBL carburetor and the power is delivered to the rear wheels via an automatic transmission. The numbers go as high as 250 Horsepower at 5,200rpm and 285 lb-ft of torque at 4,000rpm which is pretty impressive nowadays as well.