Just what everyone wants- something that will draw attention no matter where you take it. This red convertible is a blast to drive with a big block, loud exhaust, and huge rear tires.
This corvette has been tubbed with a ford 9″ rear end with disc brakes, 4 link rear suspension, coil over shocks, 1969 .30 over 427 big block, Tremec 5 speed manual transmission, Tunnel Ram, 2 Holley carbs, 14,000 miles on dash, fuel cell, roll bar, black leather interior, crank windows, chrome valve covers, chrome air cleaner, X-A/C, AM/FM/Cassette, headers, dual exhaust, power brakes, and alloy wheels.
We just did a new base-coat/clear-coat paint job, weather strips, new leather seats, new front carpet, new windshield, new deluxe door panels.
We built a 427 Big Block .30 over, the block was cooked/cleaned with new freeze plugs and cam bearings, Lunati full roller rockers, Lunati Bracket Master Hydraulic Flat Tappet Cam & Lifter Kit 292/292 duration, Lunati push rods, timing chain set, rocker studs, and guide plates, main and rod bearings, piston rings, new MSD distributor, Center force clutch kit, Blow Proof bell housing, Tremec 5 speed manual transmission, chrome 10″ dual valve brake booster, master cylinder, new spark plugs and wires, rebuilt Holley carbs, Holley Tunnel Ram, new Holley electric fuel pump, new Mickey Thompson 33X22X15 Sportsman SR radial rear tires, new front tires, new upper and lower control arm bushings, new upper and lower ball joints, new front springs, new front shocks, new front sway bar links, front brake calipers, brake pads, front brake hoses, head light control valves, and much more.
1973 was the last year for chrome bumpers. GM only produced 4,943 convertibles that year.
For more interesting history of the 1973 click here.