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1974 Chevrolet Corvette Overview

1974 was a turning point of sorts for the storied Corvette: it was the last year of the "big block" engine, the last year without catalytic converters (and therefore the last of the true dual exhaust), the first of the Gymkhana suspension, and the first year with rubber bumpers.

The engine was either a 350ci V8, with 195 hp, or a 350ci V8, with 250 hp (L-82). But the wicked 454ci was offered as an option. Being a true 70's machine, seats were available in both vinyl and leather. This one rocks!!!

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Interior Color

I had a 1974 T-top, L-82 with a 350. It had silver leather interior. I was told it was a special limited edition because it was done up in the silver leather. I can't recall what the special occasion...

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I Received An Offer For My Vehicle, But The Person Has Not Contacted Me Sin...

I accepted an offer on my vehicle, two in fact but the persons who made the offer has not bothered to contact me further so we could meet and they could take possession of the vehicle? What do I do? ...

Brake Light Bulb 1974 Corvette Stingray C3 Convertible

Hi. Can anybody tell me how to change the bulb on a 1974 Corvette Stingray C3 convertible? They don't have screws, for some reason the lights were changed for this one year. Thank you in advance.

What Is Special About The L82 Motor

what was different about the L82 MOTOR from the other motor horsepower, etc how can you tell them apart and was there many vettes with the L82 motor in them