L82/350 motor, four speed manual transmission, 7600 miles on dash (title is exempt for mileage), power steering, X-A/C, AM/FM/MP3 radio, rally wheels, medium saddle leather interior, dual exhaust, dual sport mirrors, Hurst shifter, and much more.
This corvette has had a ton of upgrades done over the years. Edelbrock aluminum intake & carb, 4 gas shocks, upper and lower ball joints, power steering control valve, power steering hoses, 4 calibers, 4 brake hoses, 4 sets of brake pads, HEI ignition, emergancy brake cable, complete carpet set, door panels, fiberglass front bumper, headers, dual exhaust, and much more. We sold it to the last owner 6 years ago. He replaced the engine with a rebuilt 350, water pump, radiator, upper and lower radiator hoses, alternator, and much more.
We changed the oil and filter, transmission grease, rear end grease and additive, checked and lubed the chassis. We replaced the wiper motor, rag joint, and tongue bushing.
This corvette runs and drives strong with plenty of power.
GM produced 5,710 L82s, and 12,537 4 speeds, out of 30,464 total production in 1973. 1973 marked the end of the chrome bumper corvette era with rear chrome bumpers replaced by rubber bumpers in 1974. 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.