36,559 Original Miles

 

Automatic Transmission
350ci V8
200 hp @ 4400 rpm*
300 lb/ft torque @ 2800 rpm*
Capable 0-60 MPH: 8.5 seconds
Top Speed: 128 mph
*Base Price in 1972: $5,296

 

*Seller Asking:

$29,900



Fast Facts:
  • The Convertible model allows owners to lower the manual top without leaving the driver’s seat – a very convenient feature at the time
  • While the “Stingray” name was used throughout the previous C2 generation, the C3 launched without it. The “Stingray” name didn’t return until the 1969 model year. To this day, it is unclear why
  • While the body was completely different from the C2 it replaced, the rolling chassis was still the same, down to the 98″ wheelbase
  • The large fender mounted side louvers are fully functional, allowing exhaust heat to escape
  • While they scream performance, the famous exhaust side pipes (available in 1969+) were pushed by the styling and marketing team rather than the performance team. The double-walled pipes were essentially a stretched low restriction reverse flow muffler with a single baffle in the middle. The inner pipe (only 1-7/8″) proved to be more restrictive than the standard rear exit exhaust. However, aftermarket side pipes are more performance oriented, and are a popular upgrade
  • There was an option package known as RPO “ZR1”, which was produced in limited numbers. The ZR1 came with a “special purpose” 255hp V8 (a solid lifter LT1), a heavy duty 4spd (M22), HD suspension, bigger brakes, and aluminum radiator. Chevrolet did NOT recommend this engine package for street driving, and therefore refused to make this package available to people who wanted any non performance oriented option (A/C, power anything, radio, etc)
  • The C3 ZR1 is one of the rarest small block Corvettes ever produced. Only 20 were sold in 1972, as the ZR1 package cost ~$1,000 and buyers couldn’t have any luxury amenities added to their cars
Key Model Year Changes:
  • The only engines available now are the base 350, the hi-po LT1, the 454 big block, and the ultra rare solid lifter LT1 found in the ZR1
  • Horsepower ratings are published as “net” instead of “gross”
  • Final year of the front chrome bumper. The following year (1973) saw it removed, while retaining the rear chrome bumper
  • Final year of the bright egg-crate grill, removable rear window, and large body side louvers
  • All interior knobs are made with a new soft-feel material
  • The fiber optic light monitoring system was dropped
  • The burglar alarm is now standard on all Corvettes
  • There were very few changes made to the 1972 Corvette from the previous year

 

Seller Notes:
  • 36k original miles
  • All original survivor
  • Original saddle interior
  • Never hit or abused. Adult owned
  • Rare factory air conditioning and power windows
  • Power steering/brakes
  • New tires. Regularly maintained
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  • Location: Fort Meyers, Florida – (more photos below)
  • UPDATE: ad is no longer available (sold or expired)
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