1973 BIG BLOCK Corvette w/LS4 454ci/275hp M40 Automatic Black A/C PB PS TILT

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
SubModel: Stingray BIG BLOCK
Type: None
Year: 1973
Mileage: 58,850
VIN: 1Z67Z3S401472
Color: Black
Engine: LS4 454ci/275hp (CWR)
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Hickory, North Carolina, United States
1YZ67 Corvette Convertible , A31 Power Windows ,

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Description of 1973 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray BIG BLOCK

 This LS4 Big Block Corvette was built on September 6, 1972 and is 1 of 4,943 built for 1973. It has a numbers matching powertrain. It was originally a Code 952 Yellow, but in 1981 the owner had it professionally changed to Black exterior. Now the car is a wonderful Black Exterior/Black interior/Black soft top. The LS4 is backed by a THM-400 Automatic transmission with a 3.36 rear gear ratio. Other options include A31 Power Windows, BRAND NEW " AL KNOCK " Convertible soft top, C60 Air Conditioning, Firestone Firehawk INDY 500 235/60R15 Radials tires front and rear, J50 Power Brakes, N37 Tilt-Telescopic Steering Column, N40 Power Steering,Original Corvette Jack, Original Corvette Owners manual, P02 Deluxe Wheel Trim Covers, Rear axle ratio 3.36, T60 Heavy Duty Battery, U58 AM-FM Stereo Radio, UF1 Rearview Mirror Map Light. Here is a short history on the 1973 Chevrolet Corvette. It was the first "Rubber Bumper" Vette. The front chrome bumper was replaced with a federally mandated 5 MPH bumper. It added 35 pounds to the car and changed it's looks significantly. This is the only year that a rubber front bumper and chrome rear bumper were used at the same time. A new side brace was added as well to increase safety. This was also the last year for the small spoiler at the back of the car. During production of the 1973 model year 4,000 serial numbers were skipped. VIN numbers 24,001 through 28,000 were never manufactured. A new hood was introduced that featured cold air induction and removed the automatic panel that hid the windshield wipers. A vent in the hood by the windshield wipers provided cold outside air for the engine to ingest. The new ducts on the sides behind the front wheels were non-trimmed and consist of just one large hole and some body styling. It was the first year for radial tires on a Vette. Increased sound insulation was added to make the ride more comfortable. A new coolant recycling system recovered overheated coolant into a overflow container for cooling. This coolant was then recycled back into the radiator. The rear window of the '73 coupe was now fixed. It had been decided that taking out the window with the T-tops off caused too much turbulence in the cabin. Even though there was no specific black exterior option it is thought that around 30 cars were painted black at the St. Louis assembly plant. Please contact Kennith Stewart at 1-877-689-6930 for more information.