The example is finished in a beautiful Torch Red and paint protection film was said to have been used on the nose, hood, and front fenders. It comes with a body color removable roof with matching exterior accents. It is also equipped with heated, power-adjustable outside mirrors with turn signals, daytime running lamps, and LED headlamps.
It is fitted with staggered 19-inch front and 20-inch Trident Spoke aluminum wheels wearing 245/35 and 305/30 Michelin Pilot Sport All Season 4 ZP tires for the front and rear, respectively. All wheels show 2019 date codes. Matching red multi-piston brake calipers provide the powerful stopping power. It is also fitted with a front-axle lift system.
For the Interior, the Stingray is upholstered in tan leather with the console inserts and door panels to match. The black dashboard also has tan stitching as accents. It is equipped with power-adjustable heated and ventilated seats, navigation system, touchscreen infotainment, Bose audio, USB ports in the center console, dual-zone automatic climate control with a pollen filter, head-up display, and wireless charging. The sale will come with an aftermarket radar detector and a set of WeatherTech floor mats.
The steering wheel is wrapped in leather and it frames a 12-inch digital instrument cluster with a central tachometer.
Powering this beauty is a mid-mounted 6.2-liter LT2 V8 engine matched with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transaxle with a limited-slip differential. It was also equipped with the Engine Appearance Package and the example is factory rated at 495 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque.
The best part of the example is that it only shows 5k miles on the odometer.
Carfax report has no accidents or other damage. It also only lists one owner in Michigan.
The example has a two-tone Bright Silver Metallic (16L) finish matched with dark gray lower panels. It comes with removable roof panel, fender vents, pop-up headlights, quad exhaust outlets, and heated side mirrors.
The example is also equipped with chrome 16-inch wheels mounted with 255/50 Kumho Ecsta tires. It also has power-assisted disc brakes and four-wheel independent suspension.
The interior features bucket sport seats with the optional Medium Gray cloth trim and it matches the dashboard, carpets, and door panels. Interior features include air conditioning, power-adjustable sport driver’s seat, cruise control, onboard computer, Delco-Bose sound system with AM/FM/cassette player, rear window defogger, as well as power windows, locks, and mirrors.
The digital instrumentation shows an 85-mph speedometer, 6k-rpm tachometer, and gauges for oil temperature, fuel level, coolant temperature, and fuel economy. The mechanical odometer shows 11k miles with roughly 1,100 added by the consigner.
This beauty is powered by a 5.7-liter V8 engine with Cross-Fire fuel injection, and factory rated at 205 horsepower and 290 lb-ft of torque. A Doug Nash “4+3” manual transmission sends power to the rear wheels with push-button overdrive and limited-slip differential.
Factory wheels, owner’s manuals, build sheet, and service records will also come with the sale. The example was recently serviced for an oil change and the air conditioning system was recently maintained as well.
The Carfax reports shows the first entry in 1992 and it shows no accidents nor any other damage.
This beautiful 1972 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe 454 has a Pewter Silver (924) factory finish. It has removable body-color roof panels, chrome bumpers, pop-up headlights, fender vents, dual exhaust outlets, and a hood bulge with 454 badging.
Finishing the look are silver-finished 15-inch Rallye-style wheels with chrome center caps and trim rings wrapped in BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires. Power-assisted four-wheel discs handles the car’s braking power.
For the interior, it has high-back bucket seats in black upholstery matching the door panels, carpets, and dashboard. The center console and doors also have woodgrain trim accents. The example features amenities like air conditioning, center arm rest, wind-up side windows, power steering, lap belts, an analog clock, and a Delco push-button radio.
The consigner notes that the air conditioning is currently not functional.
The dash features a 160-mph speedometer, center stack-mounted auxiliary gauges, and a 7k rpm tachometer. The five-digit odometer shows barely 21k miles although the real mileage is unknown.
Under the hood is a 454ci V8 engine paired with a three-speed automatic transmission. It is believed that the engine pad has been restamped and it shows the last six digits of the car’s chassis number as well as a CPJ suffix.
The consignor is offering this beautiful Corvette with a clean California title.