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Old 05-06-2018, 06:58 PM
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Default 1971 Corvette LT-1 Coupe

Original Code 972 Classic White with Original Code 407 Red Vinyl Interior. Original Matching Numbers Solid Lifter 350/330hp LT-1 Engine, 4 Speed M21 Manual Transmission and 3.70 Posi Rear. The car retains its original Air Injection Reactor Emissions Control System including smog pump, smog lines and exhaust manifolds. Other Features include Power Steering, Power Brakes, Original AM/FM Radio, Alarm System, Seat Belts with Shoulder Belts. The car was repainted and has about 2000 miles since being repainted. The chrome bumpers were done around the same time and are in excellent condition. The interior was completely redone shortly thereafter and looks basically brand new with a couple nice upgrades including leather seats and deluxe trim wood panel accents to the door panels. All gauges work (except the clock which works intermittently). The original AM/FM radio also works as do all interior lights including, Fiber Optics, etc. The headlights go up and down smoothly, wiper door opens and closes as it should. The frame, windshield pillars, radiator support etc are in excellent shape and without rust issues. I purchased this car from a previous owner in AZ, and believe it has spent most of its days in warm climate with salt free roads.

Asking $35,000 OBO. The car is located in central Massachusetts.

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Old 05-06-2018, 08:17 PM
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Very nice car , good luck selling
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Old 05-07-2018, 06:41 AM
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Very Nice.

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Old 05-12-2018, 04:04 PM
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Bump. New price (OBO).
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Bump. Added a few more pictures. Offers welcome.
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Bump. Added a few more pictures. Offers welcome.
Nice car and unusually complete to still have the AIR pump and system. I noted that the TCS solenoid is still there too but the relays to support it are not (empty bracket on firewall near brake booster). Do you have those? Also, do you have the missing pieces of ignition shielding?
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Hi Paul,
Thanks for the inquiry. A quick check around and I don't think I have the relays. I will give another look. I know for sure I don't have the ignition shielding pieces you're referring to.

Nice trio in your avatar. Let me know if there are any other questions.

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Nice car and unusually complete to still have the AIR pump and system. I noted that the TCS solenoid is still there too but the relays to support it are not (empty bracket on firewall near brake booster). Do you have those? Also, do you have the missing pieces of ignition shielding?
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Glws!
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Absolutely beautiful! Good luck to you!
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Thatís one of the cleanest cars Iíve seen in a long time. Very nice!
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This video was a great way to start off my Sunday. Thanks for posting this beauty.
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Originally Posted by kingeak View Post
This video was a great way to start off my Sunday. Thanks for posting this beauty.
Thanks.
Here are some numbers i checked for someone, sharing here as well..

Trim tag - H22 (date), 407 (trim) 972 (paint)
VIN - 194371S112867
Engine pad stamp - 011S112867 V0202CGZ
Transmission - P1C08B C11S112867
Rear - AB W 067 E 1
Block casting number - 3970010
Block date - A291
Intake manifold - 3959594
Heads - 3927186, G280
Carb - 389021, LIST 4801-1, 2678
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Bump. Hit me up with offers guys. Let's move her
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Bump. New price.
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damn nice car and an H22 build date as well. ive been half heartedly looking for an H22 '73 as that is my birthday. if i was 2 years older i think id have to buy this car

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Old 07-19-2018, 03:30 PM
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Pardon my ignorance, but are the front chrome bumpers supposed to be so far away from the fiberglass body? I don't know if it's just a trick of the light or not in your video, but they seem separated from the grooves in which they are supposed to be fitted like they were installed with spacers or something instead of sitting flush.
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Car is sold.. Thanks
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