1972 corvette restomod race car replica

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
Type: Coupe
Year: 1972
Mileage: 38,000
VIN: 1Z37K2S513007
Color: Yellow
Engine: ZZ4 350
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Glen Carbon, Illinois, United States
Power Windows
CD Player

Description of 1972 Chevrolet Corvette

Reluctantly I am selling one of my favorite cars to fund another project. It is a classic c3 corvette replicated to embody the mid 70's road race era. It is war bonnet yellow (basically gold) and black, and fully decaled. The car has been built with the following:
-ZZ4 350 cubic inch crate motor (10:1 compression, aluminum heads, and roller cam)-Tremec TKO 5 speed manual transmission-Griffin aluminum 4 core radiator with twin electric fans-Borgeson power steering box and components-MSD electronic ignition-Demon 4 barrel carburetor-short tube headers with glass pack exhaust (exits just behind the front tires)-Bilstein shocks all around-Plexiglas headlight enclosures-auxiliary fog/running lights-decals for the era correct track or endurance race look (yes, they are removable)-custom front air dam-big block hood-billet style racing mirror was added to the front driver's side fender
A full race cockpit was added to include:
-Corbeau A4 racing seats (fixed position, reclining)-G-Force 5 point harnesses (including the submarine strap)-Sharkbar harness bar mounted just behind the seats-fully charged and functioning fire extinguisher (passenger floorboard bracket mount)-toggle switches with custom plate for engine fan, blower fan, fuel pump, and auxiliary lights (all labeled)-upgraded pioneer bluetooth CD player with Harmon Kardon 3 way dash speakers, and pioneer 6x9 3 way speakers in the rear cargo compartment mounted in a custom enclosure with a 10"sub (great sounding setup, but the car is so loud you'll need it)
I'm sure there are things I am missing, but that's the major features added during the build. It is a t-top car, and 1972 was the last year for the removable rear window. The windows have been tinted to 35%. The chrome bumpers were removed to add to the race era appearance. The vacuum system for the lights and wipers was removed, so the car currently does not have wipers. I don't drive the car on rainy days, but I do keep a layer of RainX on the windshield just in case. All the lights work inside and out, and all new bulbs were installed during the build. All the gauges work with the exception of the clock and the odometer. It shows 38xxx on it, but I am unsure how many miles the car has. The car, as built, has approximately 10k on it, and the tranny has about 1k. It does leak a little oil when its sitting for periods of time, but I'm not sure where from. I never cared enough to trace it down as its not that bad. The car is an absolute blast to drive with just the perfect amount of controllable horsepower and torque to have fun with. The car does not have a full roll cage, nor a fuel cell. It is fully street legal. It is a fast car, and the c3 corvettes are typically very light in the rear end. The car sounds better than any of my other classic cars I have had, and will definitely turn heads! People love to take pictures of it at gas stops, and ask tons of questions. And, in case you're curious, the Standard Parts sponsorship decals were added to match a '68 c10 shop truck I have. Overall, it is a fast, fun, reliable car perfect for speeding through traffic listening to your favorite 70's rock, or taking to a late night cruise. My price is negotiable at $35,000, so feel free to message me, or call or text me at 618-five8zero-eight70four with reasonable offers. If you have any questions about the car, let me know and I will get back to you right away. I am not really looking for any trades, but if you have something vintage and cool, I may consider it. I'll just need to sell one of my other cars to fund my project, so again, just let me know. Clean title in hand. Thanks for looking!