Numbers matching, L82/350 motor, automatic transmission, 43,200 original miles, red leather interior, power steering, power brakes, power windows, tilt and tele steering column, dual sport mirrors, A/C, AM/FM/CD player, luggage rack, glass T-tops, alloy wheels, Holley carburetor, original air cleaner assembly, original valve covers, and much more.
This corvette spent its whole life in North Carolina. I bought it from a friend who was the second owner and had it for 10 years.
We changed the oil and filter and checked and lubed the chassis. We replaced the starter, sway bar links, idler arm, tongue bushing, fan clutch, power steering pressure hose, and much more.
1980 was the last year for no computers, it was also the last year for the L82 engine option in a Corvette. GM produced only 5,069 L82’s out of 40,614 total production that year. GM did not offer the L82 engine option with a manual transmission in 1980.