Numbers matching, L48/350 engine, 4 speed manual transmission, 8500 miles on dash (title is exempt for mileage), black interior, power steering, power brakes, power windows, tilt and tele steering column, A/C, AM/FM radio, rally wheels, factory side pipes exhaust, luggage rack, Moon Roofs, Hurst shifter, LT-1 style GM performance angle plug heads with 2.02 valves, screw in studs, valve guides, Edelbrock aluminum intake, Holley carb, and much more. The last gentlemen owned this corvette for over 23 years. Always garage kept and well maintained. This corvette is a lot of fun to cruise around in. We changed the oil and filter, rear end grease and additive, and checked and lubed the chassis. We replaced the upper control arm bushings, lower control arm bushings, upper ball joints, idler arm, emergency brake cable, sway bar links, front shocks, tail shaft seal, tongue bushing, 2 outer U joints, fuel pump hoses, spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap and rotor, points, rebuilt the Holley carb, and much more. 1973 marked the end of the chrome bumper corvette era with rear chrome bumpers replaced by a 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.