This is a 1972 Chevrolet Corvette. It originally had a LS5 454 engine 5th digit of the vin is "W". I bought the car the way it sits. Selling with no drivetrain. It sat many many years in dry storage and is very solid underneath. All electrical is present and I have tested the lights and power windows and they do work. Alternator is present under the hood. Driveshaft is still bolted to the rear axle. This car appears to have been heavily customized in the 1970's. I'm my opinion this would be a fairly easy restoration back to stock specs and stock appearing bodywork. A complete front clip for a 72 is available from Zips. Located in Princeton WI 54968. I have priced the car low to sell fast, I have accumulated too many winter projects. I would also be interested in tr ading for 2000's era Arca / K&N / race car roller / vintage Nascar / Winston Cup car chassis. If you think you have a race car that I would be interested in, feel free to te-xt msg at nine two zero - two nine nine. six two four eight.
Edit 1/9/21... 4:38pm The frame has a factory welded in trans crossmember and factory style Z-bar mount for manual trans. This is only my 4th 3rd gen Vette and didn't realize that when I made the auction listing. It does not have a clutch pedal, it has the wide brake pedal for an automatic in it right now. I does have its Vin tag on the left side A-pillar which matches the title, but the trim tag is missing from the door jamb which would have the paint and interior codes on it. The original color was said to be green by word of mouth passed from previous owner and the only color green that year is Elkhart green. Green is also stated on the title car the color of the vehicle.