1973 Corvette Stingray - Numbers Matching 350 V8 Engine, 4 - Speed Transmission, Aluminum Intake Manifold, Chrome Alternator, Aluminum Radiator, Power Steering, Disc Brakes, Air Condition ( Non Function ), AM/FM CD Player, Factory Tachometer, Instrumentation Gauges, 15 Inch Rally Wheels W/ BFG Tires, Dual Exhaust, Urethane Front Bumper, Chrome Rear Bumper, Color Keyed Painted T - Tops, Red Exterior, Black Leather Interior, Very Nice Stingray With High Quality Paint Job, Runs & Drives Great!
1973 started Corvette's transformation from muscle to touring sports car. A Chevrolet advertisement headlined: "We gave it radials, a quieter ride, guard beams and a nose job. Indeed, redesigned body mounts and radial tires did improve Corvette's ride, and interior sound levels were reduced by 40%. The chrome rear bumper was essentially carried over from the previous year. However, the chrome blade front bumper was dropped for the federally required 5 mph (8.0 km/h) standard for a light-weight front bumper system with an inner transverse tube attached to the frame with two Omark-bolts-(special steel fasteners which absorbed energy when a forming die, pushed back by the bumper, was forced down their length), and an injection-molded urethane bumper cover. The urethane nose was chosen over Chevy's other alternative, a more protruding version of the previous metal bumper. The new urethane bumper assembly added thirty-five pounds to the front end