Numbers-matching, L48/350 motor, 21,510 miles on dash, dark saddle (tan) interior, 4 speed manual transmission, rally wheels, AM/FM/CD radio, X-A/C, headers, dual exhaust, and much more.
We replaced the 4 calipers, master cylinder, brake hoses, brake pads, emergency brake hardware, emergency brake cable, tongue bushing, pinion seal, transmission rear seal, idler arm, sway bar links, and much more. We also changed the oil and filter and rear end grease and additive.
The previous owner replaced the seat covers, carpet, door panels, weatherstrips, and wiper motor. He also did a basic tune up, and much more over the years he owned it.
1973 marked the end of the chrome bumper corvette era with rear chrome bumpers going away in 1974 and being replaced by rubber bumpers. The 1973 was a one-year-only body design. GM also did away with the vacuum operated wiper door this year, in favor of a longer hood to hide the wipers, and dropped the removable back window in favor of a glue-in window.