Seven Hills Motorcars is very proud to offer this gorgeous 1972
Corvette in excellent condition loaded with options such as A/C, which actually blows cold,
power steering, power brakes, power windows, automatic transmission, and T-tops
with the pop-out rear window. This car looks great, runs
great, and is an awesome driver.
We have this car priced to sell and are offering an excellent
opportunity to own a very desirable Corvette at an unbeatable value. One could easily buy this car now and sell it for more than the
purchase price with minimal work and effort in the years to come. It gets a ton of
attention going down the road and turns heads everywhere it goes.
The low mileage is verified not only by the condition of the car,
but also the clear Ohio title, pictured below, showing the mileage
as "Actual." Please peruse all of the photos, video, and
information below to get a true sense of how
nice and clean this Corvette really is.
While the last six digits of the VIN are not stamped on the
engine pad, it is stamped with "CE" and a sequence
number. A "CE" block usually
stands for Counter Exchange, Chevrolet Engine, or Created
Engine. Basically, a "CE" engine is a replacement engine
that came from a Chevrolet dealer. We do not have
documentation as to when this "CE" block was installed in
this Corvette, but most often the "CE" blocks were installed
as warranty replacements when the car was new. There is a
photo of the engine pad below for any perspective buyer to
make his or her own judgments. The engine
block does have a 3790010 casting number, which was used in
Corvettes from 1969 through 1979.
The 1972 Corvette was
truly the end of an era. 1972 was the last year to feature
chrome bumpers and and "egg crate" grill, it is considered to be the
last year of truly classic Corvettes. Years after were more at
the mercy of insurance companies, fuel prices, and emission
concerns, 1972 is considered the last highly desirable year. It was also
the last year to feature a pop out rear window, and the first year
to reflect the change in the way horsepower was rated, from gross to
the more accurate net. As in investment, the 1972 will always
have an advantage and out perform other years because of its
precedence as the end of a a very great period for Corvette
and muscle cars as a whole.
As a side note, this Corvette is not a dealer auction vehicle.
We hand pick each car after careful inspection. Our
Corvettes come from owners who expect their cars to go to someone
that will give the vehicle the same care and attention as they did.
We invite and encourage you to examine the car in person or have the
car inspected. Please take the time to scrutinize each
picture. We photograph each vehicle to the greatest extent so
you can feel confident about your purchase. If you have a
question about the Corvette, just give us a call.