Raise Your Hand If You’d Still Buy a 1975 Corvette L48
What would you pay for this 1975 L48 Corvette?
If you have more money than sense and feel like investing in a rolling box of rust that has the potential to be a really interesting custom C3, you need to head to eBay right now.
With modern technology aiming squarely at the turbo as the way of the future, is it about time that GM and Corvette re-visit the idea of intake air compressed by exhaust gasses?
It’s very tempting to put cheap or inexpensive parts on an older Corvette, such as a C3. But buyer beware.
Back in the oil crisis days, GM/Chevrolet/Corvette engineers were taking leftover parts from all the company’s other cars and experimenting with different engine setups, like turbocharging.