1973 Chevrolet Corvette Overview

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1973 Vette - - - - - - by djpatd
 — beautiful car, i miss the chrome front bumper but its only a new front clip away. handles beautifully, looks amazing, and has tons and tons of torque but not speed to a certain extent. you can easily ... Read More
Always Wanted One, Have Had It For 7 Years, Never Disappoints by Joe_Bowman1
 — Excellent acceleration for its era, braking is good, handling crisp-- power steering offers no feed back. Build quality- frame, powertrain solid, body looks good after all these years. Exterior is bea... Read More
Hot 73' Stingray by IMADEVLSH1TOO
 — All my driving life I have wanted a "Vette" I always pictured a 78' but I fell in love with my little yellow "RumbleBee" She's fast,sexy and fun as heck to drive. Even when she's grabbing pavement ... Read More

1973 Chevrolet Corvette Overview

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1973 Chevrolet Corvette

The 1973 Chevrolet Corvette featured many small changes from the '72 model that were aimed to help maintain its reputation as a first-class sports car. Little touches, such as a longer front bumper to protect the fiberglass car when parking, made big differences to consumers.

Zora Arkus-Duntov, the car's architect, was very concerned about weight, allowing race enthusiasts to save 35 pounds by buying aluminum wheels. The LT1 engine was gone, leaving in its stead a 350-cubic-inch, 190-horsepower small-block V8 or a 454-cubic-inch, 275-horsepower big-block V8.

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jojomojo
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Need Help Asap Re Purchase Of 1973 Corvette

My husband sold his 1987 Camaro to pay for our wedding and I am looking to purchase a 1973 Corvette Coupe, 454 auto, matching numbers. This is within his model year for vettes, and in pics the car lo...

286 views with 4 answers (last answer 2 years ago)
cwhit1
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73 Vette Sat For Two Years. We Put A New Battery In It And Thair Is No Powe...

The car has no power anywhere.we put in a new battery but nothing. Is thair something I'm missing. Please help.

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tomcat517
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Did 1973 Come Stock With M/t Valve Covers

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REM1973
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What Is The Widest Tire That Will Fit A Stock 1973 Corvette

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Spenser Boucher
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73 Stingray Corvette 350 Cubic Inch

In the back of the engine, there's a very small tube coming from what looks to be the dash of the car. It leads into the engine where it enters a gold cone, this gold cone bolts onto the engine. I...

49 views with 5 answers (last answer 4 months ago)