DESCRIPTIONWith a full documentation package from the Sloan Museum, this highly optioned GS Stage 1 is for the muscle car fan who doesn't want to give up, well, anything to get his performance fix. Check out the options list, which added more than $2,000 to the bottom line and brought the total to $5,556.67-dangerously close to 1972 Corvette territory. One of only 66 GS Stage 1 convertibles built in '72, it's exceptionally rare and beautifully restored. The engine is a correct Stage 1 warranty replacement block, while the rest of the drivetrain is numbers matching. With nearly $100,000 spent on the restoration and several national gold awards, this is as nice as A-body convertibles get!
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